Student Housing & Residence Life
Residence Life: A Living & Learning Community
Colorado Heights University’s rich international community enhances dormitory life. Educating global citizens from a place of deep appreciation for diverse cultures is a founding principle of the school.
Students from all over the world come together to live on the Colorado Heights campus, creating our “Living & Learning Community.” Residence living goes deeper than classroom experience to create community and encourage academic success.
Students living on campus inhabit spaces in Marion, Walsh or historic Pancratia Hall, which can house up to 250 residents per hall and are coed by floor. They typically live one or two to a room, sometimes with a roommate from a different country.
Common areas include lounges, where students can relax, watch TV, or play Ping-Pong and foosball; a kitchen; laundry facilities; a computer lab; and a study room.
The greater school community is an important part of residential life. Living & Learning advisers are always present in the dorm to help foster a safe and happy student body, and students enjoy full housing amenities, weekend outings, and in-school events throughout the year. CHU ensures that students will learn about new cultures and have an American college experience.
Residence Life Mission Statement
Residence Life supports the mission of CHU by providing a diverse community environment that enriches students’ personal, academic and professional lives.
Central to our mission are:
- Providing a safe, clean and secure Living Learning Community geared toward academic success
- Developing an inclusive community that celebrates diversity
- Offering programs and opportunities that meet the developmental needs of our students
- Creating intentional community that encourages active student engagement
Once you are accepted as a student at CHU (and have a visa, if necessary), you can apply for on-campus housing. To complete your application, Click Here.