Aggie Village Apartments

Single-Student Housing

Overview

Aggie Village, which opened in 2016, is home to single undergraduate and graduate students, post docs, and visiting scholars interested in an academically focused intercultural living experience. Aggie Village residents benefit from the convenient location (the only apartment complex on CSU’s main campus), fully-furnished apartments, all-inclusive rental rates, individual leases, study rooms, and staff support and community programs.

Apartment Features

Housing for Upper-class Undergraduates and Graduates, Post-Doctoral Fellows, & Visiting Scholars

Furnished Apartments (linens, cookware, small appliances not included)

All Utilities Included along with cable tv and wireless internet

Studio, 1, 2, 3, & 4-bedroom Units

Washer/dryer, dishwasher, stove, and full-size refrigerator in each unit

Air-Conditioning

Resident-Focused Programs

Wheelchair-accessible Units (limited)

Only Apartment Complex On Campus

Zipcars Available

Community Bikes Available

Within Walking Distance of Classes & Near Bus Stop

Limited On-Site Permit Parking

Apartment Parking Permits

Customer first service front desk

*This 360 tour is an example of an Aggie Village two-bedroom apartment. Actual room features, floor plan, and design may vary. TV in model room not included.

Aggie Village Floor Plans

Typical Studio Unit

  • Furniture includes full XL bed (54”x80”/ 137.16cm x 203.2cm/ 1.37 m x 2.03 m); kitchen table w/ 2 chairs; rolling kitchen cabinet; television stand (TV not included); occasional end table 2 living room chairs

Typical One Bedroom

  • Living room furniture includes sofa; coffee table; television stand (TV not included); kitchen table w/ 2 chairs; rolling kitchen cabinet
  • Bedroom furniture includes full XL bed (54”x80”/ 137.16cm x 203.2cm/ 1.37 m x 2.03 m); two-piece desk w/ 1 chair

Typical Two Bed Unit

AV 2 Bed
  • Living room furniture includes sofa; coffee table; television stand (TV not included); kitchen table w/ 3 chairs; rolling kitchen cabinet
  • Bedroom furniture includes full XL bed (54”x80”/ 137.16cm x 203.2cm/ 1.37 m x 2.03 m); two-piece desk w/ 1 chair

Typical Three Bed Unit

Aggie Village 3br
  • Living room furniture includes sofa; coffee table; television stand (TV not included); kitchen table w/ 4 chairs; rolling kitchen cabinet
  • Bedroom furniture includes full XL bed (54”x80”/ 137.16cm x 203.2cm/ 1.37 m x 2.03 m); two-piece desk w/ 1 chair

Typical Four Bed Unit

Aggie Village 4br
  • Living room furniture includes sofa; coffee table; television stand (TV not included); kitchen table w/ 4 chairs; rolling kitchen cabinet
  • Bedroom furniture includes full XL bed (54”x80”/ 137.16cm x 203.2cm/ 1.37 m x 2.03 m); two-piece desk w/ 1 chair

Mailing Address

Each apartment has a mailbox with corresponding number in the mailroom of each community. Mailboxes are shared by the occupants of the apartment. Mail and packages should be addressed in the following manner: 

Cottonwood
[Student Name]
511 West Lake Street [Apt #]
Fort Collins, CO 80521

Lodgepole
[Student Name]
521 West Lake Street [Apt #]
Fort Collins, CO 80521

Walnut
[Student Name]
501 West Lake Street [Apt #]
Fort Collins, CO 80521


The U.S. Postal Service is responsible for delivery of mail to resident mailboxes and University Housing staff does not have access to apartment mailboxes. Any concerns or inquiries related to U.S. Postal Service delivery should be directed to a local post office or usps.com. 

Outgoing letters may be placed in the “OUTGOING” slot located in the community mailroom. 

Do Not: 

  • Use “Colorado State University,” your building’s name, or the University zip code “80523” in the address. This will delay arrival. 
  • Address the mail/package to someone who does not live in the apartment (such as a parent, friend, or using a nickname). A photo ID is required to pick up packages and this will result in the package being returned to sender. Ordering items under an alias or fictitious name is considered mail fraud. 

Karina Brum

Resident Manager

Lalo Velazquez

Assistant Resident Manager

Lisa Keeton

Office Manager

Transportation Options on Campus

Bike

Bicycling is a sustainable, easy, and affordable way to get around campus! CSU is a designated “Platinum Bicycle Friendly University” with convenient trails, bike lanes, rack space, and a fully functional bike shop known as The Spoke.

Bus

Your RamCard doubles as your bus pass. Ride any Transfort route in the city, via bus, MAX, or FLEX. FLEX is a regional bus with direct stops to and from Loveland, Longmont, and Boulder. Another service, Bustang (no discounts are associated with your Ramcard), provides service to Denver, Colorado Springs, and the I-70 mountain corridor.

ZipCar

An affordable, sustainable alternative to bringing a personal car and purchasing a parking permit. CSU has four ZipCar rental locations on campus and student membership starts at $15.

Personal Vehicle

Parking on campus is limited and permits are required year-round. Parking permits are available for purchase through Parking & Transportation Services.