Summer Session

Housing Information

Parmelee Hall

Parmelee Hall provides convenient, suite-style room and board accommodations for students attending Summer Session. As part of our ongoing response to COVID-19, all rooms for summer 2020 will be single rooms with connecting bathrooms shared with just one other student. All rooms include wireless and wired internet service. A laundry facility is located in the building. Parmelee Hall is under the supervision of trained hall personnel run by a Residence Director and student staff. Parmelee Hall is located on the north side of campus on Plum Street. Parmelee Hall, like all the residence halls on campus, is a non-smoking, alcohol and drug-free facility.

Students staying in Summer Session Housing only pay for the days that they stay ($27/night, which equals $189/week). For Summer 2020, priority is given to students who are enrolled in Summer Session classes, but students who were enrolled in Spring 2020 classes will also be accepted. Please contact Christie Mathews, if you are seeking housing and you do not fall into the above listed categories.

Summer Housing will open Saturday, May 16 and conclude Saturday, August 8. Students remaining in campus housing for the Fall will have the option to remain in Parmelee until they can move to their Fall assignment.

University Apartments

Colorado State University provides apartments for student families and couples, single undergraduate, graduate and non-traditional students. Application for an apartment may be made only after admission to the University has been granted. Apply early! Priority on the assignment list is determined by date of application.

Go to housing.colostate.edu/apartments to learn about rates, community, room details, and locations.

What To Bring

Rooms are furnished with these basics (one item per student):

Mattress (twin extra-long*, 39`` x 80``)

Bed (lofted upon request)

Desk and Chair

Closet/Wardrobe

Trash can and recycling bin

* Residence halls offer a limited number of extra-extra long beds, which need to be requested through the University Housing (Assignments Office) at (970) 491-4719. All rooms are equipped with window curtains

You will need to provide your own:

Bedding & bath supplies

You may wish to bring:

Computer/laptop

TV

MicroFridge (or small microwave and refrigerator)

Surge protected power strip

Desk lamp (halogen lamps are not allowed)

Helpful Tips:
  • Parmelee Hall has a laundry facility in the building
  • All laundry is included with your room and board fees
  • To practice social distancing and limit exposure for both students and staff, students will be responsible for cleaning their own bathrooms for summer session (CDC-approved cleaning supplies will be provided and you may wish to bring your own supplies)
  • It is your responsibility to clean your room (some supplies are provided at the front desk and you may wish to bring your own supplies)

Move-In Hours

Students provide a move-in day on their application, and they can move in to Parmelee Hall between the hours of 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. on the day they indicate. Rooms are assigned on arrival.

First Year Students

Living in the Residence Halls for summer session (minimum 8 weeks) will qualify as one academic semester toward the first two consecutive semesters in the University Living Regulation, but summer housing is not required.

Parking & Transportation

  • While on-campus operations are virtual, parking regulations for regular parking spots on campus will not require a permit.
  • Parking in undesignated or restricted areas will still be enforced and parking fines and/or towing may apply (parking is still prohibited in ADA spots, service vehicle lots, fire and bike lanes, extended periods in loading zones, etc.)
  • If/when regular campus operations resume this summer, summer school students will be required to purchase a parking permit at pts.colostate.edu/students/parking/

Need a car? Borrow a Zipcar! Colorado State University has partnered with Zipcar to bring self-service, on-demand car sharing to the area. To use Zipcars, students and employees should register as a Zipcar member, reserve a car online or by phone, use your Zipcard to enter the car, and drive away. zipcar.com/universities/colorado-state-university

  • 800 West Plum St – Lot 180 (2 cars)
  • Aggie Village (2 cars)
  • International House (1 car)
  • Westfall Hall Lot (1 car)

View more parking and transportation information at housing.colostate.edu/services/transportation-parking/

Summer Session Housing Application

  • An application must be completed to be assigned a room
  • Suite Style Double rooms are $189* per week, plus meals. A meal plan is required for summer session housing
    *If a student stays part of a week, the amount will be prorated to reflect the time actually spent in housing
  • Each room houses one student with a sink in the room and a connecting bathroom shared with a maximum of one other student in the room next door
  • In recognition of COVID-related travel limitations and similar restrictions, for Summer 2020 students will not need to be registered for Summer Session classes to remain in campus housing
  • If students do take classes, they can stay in Summer Session Housing beyond the time they are in class

You must have a CSU eID (“electronic identity”) to register for housing.

Dining Information

Students can choose the Weekly Meal Plan that fits their schedule. A weekly meal plan is required for each week a student lives in the residence hall; you may not ‘opt out’ of a meal plan. Meal plans will be charged as a lump sum at the beginning of the summer session and will be refunded on a prorated rate if you don’t stay for the full summer session or choose to move out early.

  • Summer 10 (10 Meals per week): $ 115.00
  • Summer 14 (14 Meals per week): $ 161.00
  • Summer 21 (21 Meals per week): $ 241.50

All meals will be served in Durrell Dining Center for summer session. As part of our ongoing response to COVID-19, all meals will be to-go only. Students are asked to practice social distancing when you get to-go meals: spread out and avoid congregating.

Breakfast: 7:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Lunch: 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Dinner: 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

For specific dietary needs, complete the form Residential Dining Services – Dietary Information. The information you provide will be confidential and is not linked to any individual respondent.

Have A Question?

Contact us at housing.colostate.edu/contact/