Ingersoll Hall

Overview

Ingersoll houses 415 students on the south side of campus, with a mix of first-year and upper-division students from all different majors. Ingersoll features community-style double rooms (residents in each corridor share a community bathroom), as well as a recently renovated lobby with loads of community space. 100% of the hall is available for general assignments.

Hall Features

Community-style double rooms

Near Ram’s Horn Dining Center

Near Campus West shops & restaurants

Near on-campus stadium

HD Digital Cable/Wi-Fi

Student community kitchen

24-hour front desk

Laundry facilities

Lounge/recreation space

Large event space for programs

On-site parking at discounted rate

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Participates in Game Day Repark

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Room Furnishings

one per resident

Bed

(height adjustable - lofting upon request)

Extra-Long Mattress

(39`` wide by 80`` long)

Study Desk and Chair

Wardrobe or Closet

2-Drawer Dresser

Trash Can & Recycling Bin

* Curtains are provided for all windows

Ingersoll Hall Floor Plans

Community-Style Double

2 people per room with centralized bathrooms on each floor

Community-Style Double

Mailing Address

Each room has a mailbox with corresponding number in the front desk area of each hall. Mailboxes are shared by the occupants of the room. Mail should be addressed in the following manner:

[Student Name]
[Room #] Ingersoll Hall
Fort Collins, CO 80521

Do Not:
  • Use “Colorado State University” 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 room (such as a parent, 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.
Amy Gooch

Residence Director
Amy.gooch@colostate.edu
970-491-0639

Maddie Turnquist

Assistant Residence Director
970-491-3856

Kristen Erickson

Community Desk Manager
970-491-5878

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 or MAX. FLEX is a regional bus with direct stops to and from Loveland, Longmont, and Boulder. Bustang 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. Starting Fall 2017, students with residence hall parking permits must park in specific lots reserved for them on the six Saturdays a year when the Rams play at the on-campus stadium.

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