CSU’s newest set of residence halls, LV is comprised of three buildings: two residence halls and the Pavilion community center. Alpine and Piñon Halls house 615 first-year, upper-division, and transfer students, many of whom participate in the College of Natural Sciences Learning Community. On the north side of campus, both halls feature a mix of community-style and suite-style rooms with shared and private bathrooms. Laurel Village has no space open for general assignments (for students who would like to live in the halls but not be connected to a specific community).
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.
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.
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.