A CSU Global Community at Prospect & Centre

  • Global community for students interested in an intercultural experience
  • Community for upper-class undergraduate students, international students, graduate students, visiting scholars, and post-doctoral fellows.
  • Studio, one, two, three, and four bedroom apartments
  • Furnished apartments
  • To explore other apartment communities, including family housing and additional graduate student and scholar options, visit our apartment map

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Rental Rates

Proposed rental rates include ALL UTILITIES: heat/air condition, internet, basic cable TV, trash, recycling. Rental rates DO NOT include a meal plan - optional meal plans can be purchased from Residential Dining Services.
(Rental rates pending approval from the CSU Board of Governors)

Unit Style Baths

Monthly Rent

Studio 1 $940
1 Bedroom 1 $1,025
2 Bedrooms 1 (2 vanity sinks) $745 per person
3 Bedrooms 1 (2 vanity sinks) $690 per person
4 Bedrooms 2 (4 vanity sinks) $660 per person

Apartment Amenities

  • Kitchen with full-sized stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Air-Conditioning: individual apartment controls of heating and air-conditioning
  • Furnished
    • Common Space: sofa, living room chair, coffee table, entertainment/TV stand, dining table and chairs 
    • Bedrooms: full-sized bed - 54" x 80" (1.37m x 2.03m), desk, desk chair, and under bed storage
      *Desk and desk chair not included in Studio apartments

Community Features

  • Three community centers each with a community kitchen, meeting room, and recreational activities (ping pong, video games, TV, etc.)
  • 19 study lounges and 4 meeting rooms for student use
  • 800 bicycle parking spaces with some covered bike parking
  • Bicycle loan program
  • Car share program
  • Limited car parking on site with purchased permit
  • Remote parking options with purchased permit

Application & Leasing Info

  • Individual leases that match academic terms (semester, academic year, and 12 month)
  • Rent is billed monthly to the students' CSU account
  • Students may request roommate or apartment-mates in the application process

Apartment Floor Plans

 

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Typical Studio Unit

Studio floor plan of the new Aggie apartments

 

Typical One Bedroom

One bedroom floor plan of the new Aggie apartments

 

Typical Two Bed Unit

Two bedroom floor plan of the new Aggie apartments

 

Typical Three Bed Unit

Three bedroom floor plan for new Aggie apartments

 

Typical Four Bed Unit

Four bedroom floor plan for new Aggie apartments

 


Project Funding

  • $111 million project budget funded through bonds
  • Housing & Dining Services is an auxiliary at CSU that is self-funded and does not receive any state, tax, or tuition dollars

Project Timeline

  • Construction is underway
  • The project will be open to student residents for Fall 2016

Sustainability Goals

The project will pursue a LEED Gold certification with several innovative sustainability features being investigated and pursued including:

  • Alternative transportation with easy pedestrian access to campus, the MAX line located two blocks from the project, and bike parking for 80% of the residents; Housing & Dining Services also hopes to provide a car-share program on site
  • The outdoor courtyards so popular in the former Aggie apartments will be re-envisioned in the redevelopment with shared outdoor space a high priority with water-efficient landscaping throughout the complex

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