Ready to find out what MSU Denver can do for you? We’ve got you covered.
Below are answers to frequently asked questions from the MSU Denver community:
MSU Denver does not offer on-campus housing. For more information on local housing, property management companies, emergency housing, and affordable and subsidized housing, here’s a link to assist in your local housing search.
Additionally, through a partnership with CU Denver, MSU Denver students can live adjacent to campus at Lynx Crossing. This new University-affiliated housing option allows MSU Denver students to enjoy the benefits and convenience of housing connections through MSU Denver, such as housing and dining contracts based on academic terms and the convenience of packaging housing costs on their MSU Denver student account. Learn more here.
Yes we can help you. For more information on emergency housing, check out overnight shelter options in Denver.
If you need immediate assistance during office hours, contact the Student Care Center at 303-615-0006 to discuss your specific situation with a case manager. If you need help after normal business hours you can call 211 from your phone to receive information on emergency shelters in your area.
As MSU Denver does not offer campus housing, we cannot assist you with finding a place to live. However, our Off-Campus Housing website provides a list of housing options and resources for students to consider as they look for a place to live or roommate.
We encourage students to research the apartment buildings or property management companies they chose to rent from. Here is a link to the Better Business Bureau to review the company.
Beyond these online resources, students who need emergency housing can schedule an appointment with a case manager in the Student Care Center by calling 303-615-0006 or visiting Tivoli 311. We’re here to help!
Metropolitan State University of Denver is a non-residential commuter campus. This means we do not provide on-campus housing to our students.
We cannot directly assist you in finding a roommate. However, you can use the Roommate Search section of this website to find Roadrunners who are looking for a roommate and might provide a good roommate match for you.
For more information on local housing, property management companies, emergency housing, and affordable and subsidized housing, here’s a link to dig a little deeper into local housing resources.
If you want to know more information about renter’s rights and tenant laws, utilities, signing a lease, insurance, or legal services/advice, check out our Helpful Resources page for more information.
The cost of living is different for every student depending on which housing option you choose. We recommend calculating your need and speaking with financial aid to determine the amount of loans you should accept. Below are some links to help connect you with MSU Denver’s Financial Aid office and information on student loans.