What are the living and dining options for graduate students?
Upperclassmen students are allowed to live in any hall on campus, however, there are several options available specifically for those students who are at least 20 years old or have more than 20 semester credit hours completed including:
- Lawrenson Hall - This residence hall houses 438 students from many different nationalities in furnished and air-conditioned units on West campus.
- University Apartments - For upperclassmen students, these apartments are located just 3 blocks east of Central Campus. This complex has 98 furnished and unfurnished two-bedroom apartments.
- University Owned Houses - For upperclassmen students there are several single-gender and co-ed houses located within one block of either Central or West campus that house a range of 5-12 students per house. For additional information and to check on availability, please contact the Assignment Coordinator at 970-351-2721.
- Arlington Park Apartments - managed by Allen & O'Hara Education Services, Inc. in partnership with the University of Northern Colorado, this facility is located just 2 blocks from West campus and offers a variety of floor plans for upperclassmen students.
Dining options for upperclassmen include a 17-Meal Plan, 15-Meal Plan, 14-Meal Plan, or the new 175 Meal Bear Plan, the 200 Meal Plan as well as the traditional 19-Meal Plan. There are additional Bear Plan options for those students living in Lawrenson Hall, a University Owned House, or Arlington Park Apartments. Please call the Dining Services office at 970-351-2652 or visit their webpage for additional information.