Transfer Student Housing Preference Questionnaire

Living on Campus as a Transfer Student

Western State Colorado University greatly values the on campus living experience. For this reason, all first-year and second-year students live on campus in a variety of residence hall and apartment options. Upperclass transfer students also have the opportunity to live on campus, and many choose to do so. Living on campus is a great way for students to meet new people, get involved, and stay connected.

It has been shown that students who live on campus are more likely to persist to graduation, interact with professors, have improved interpersonal relationships, become involved in extracurricular activities, and experience a higher overall satisfaction with their college experience. In other words, students who live on campus are more likely to stay enrolled, graduate on time, and feel connected to the campus community. 

Your residence hall or apartment community will play an important part in helping you adjust to your new college life. One top of that, the friendships that you build with roommates and neighbors can provide a strong support system during your time at Western.

Due to the high volume of applications, you may submit this form ONLY ONCE.
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