Photos by John Eisele, CSU Photography
Move-in started earlier than usual for Colorado State University with the opening of Aggie Village Apartments on Aug. 8. The 980 beds in the redeveloped three-building complex at the intersection of Prospect Road and Centre Avenue are fully leased with a waiting list, according to Tonie Miyamoto, director of communications for Housing and Dining Services.The rest of the residence halls on campus open at 8 a.m. Aug. 18 and students will continue to arrive throughout the weekend. Classes start on Aug. 22.
Aggie Village is a community for upper-class undergraduates, international students, graduate students, visiting scholars and post-doctoral fellows. Housing options include furnished studio, and one- to four-bedroom apartments. Undergraduate students interested in an intercultural experience may be part of the Intercultural Connections Community, a living-learning environment with students and scholars from more than 80 nations.
The Walnut Building in Aggie Village North will offer eight classrooms fully supported by the latest learning technology. Faculty can begin scheduling classes for Spring 2017 in these “Smart Rooms” now by contacting their department scheduler.
SOURCE will be providing extended coverage of the return of the Rams during move-in week, Aug. 15-19, with daily emails capturing the excitement of the beginning of another academic year.