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Map Pin2400 E. Asbury Ave. Denver, CO 80210
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Map Pin39 mins by public transport to Central Denver
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Student Housing Denver

Denver is home to world-renowned universities, making it an eye-catcher for local and international students to stay there. The quality of higher education in Denver is exceptional and is top-rated compared to other cities. Casita is a student housing company with hundreds of rooms in Denver; there are many options, including en-suite rooms, self-contained studios, and one-bedroom apartments! Casita offers a wide range of student housing in Denver for you to choose from according to your needs, budgets, and preferences. 

About Denver

Denver, the capital of Colorado, is an American metropolis dating to the Old West era. It is a safe city with a very low crime rate. Not only is Denver a practical choice because of the many facilities it has, but it also is a desirable place due to its beautiful landmarks. From a strong job market and a low unemployment rate to a thriving restaurant scene, Denver has become a cultural hub. Denver has a unique perfect culture, and it gives friendly vibes to the point where non-citizens feel as if they are at home.

Denver is also a place where great parks, river access, hiking, and bike trails are found everywhere. We can not forget Denver’s highly educated workforce, as it has the University of Denver, considered the greatest university there. Many other local universities provide the best education and guarantee quality teaching. 

Suburbs in Denver

Denver has plenty of suburbs and areas for students to call home during their study period there. The best suburbs to live in during your stay in Denver include Centennial, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, and Ken Caryl. 


One of the best suburbs in Denver is Centennial, which was only incorporated in February 2001. Despite the suburb being so young, it is one of Colorado’s biggest suburbs. It is located about 20 miles southeast of Denver. Centennial is an adventurer’s paradise with many local trails and parks. This suburb has everything you need; grocery stores, flower shops, hospitals, cafes, and restaurants are all available. 

Greenwood Village

Greenwood Village, which dates to the 1860s when settlers came looking for gold, is only 20 minutes southeast of Denver. It is one of the best places to live in Colorado. Living in Greenwood Village offers residents an urban-suburban mix feel, and most residents own their homes. In Greenwood Village, there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. 

Highlands Ranch

Highlands Ranch is always mentioned as one of Colorado's best suburbs and places to live in Denver because it offers its residents a rural feeling. It has lots of open trails and parks, including some dog parks. One of the things Highlands Ranch is well-known for is the extravagant Highlands Ranch Mansion. The historic mansion has been home to some of Denver's most notable families, including battle barons, oil tycoons, socialites, and political and business leaders.


Located 10 miles south of Denver, Littleton may feel a bit like a utopia with its picturesque views. The city offers nearly 1,500 acres of parkland to explore cultural venues and historical sites. Our student accommodation is a 15-minute drive away from Littleton.

Ken Caryl

Ken Caryl is well-known for the suburb's peace of mind and serenity. Living in Ken Caryl offers its residents a sparse suburban feeling, making it one of the best places to live in Colorado. You can find everything in Ken Caryl; the suburb has many grocery stores, flower shops, hospitals, cafes, and restaurants.

Life in Denver

Denver is a good place to live for anyone looking to live in a diverse U.S. urban area without having to over-extend financially to afford a big city lifestyle. Denver attracts a talented and young crowd. The University of Denver has a vital and diverse undergraduate student population of approximately 5,867 (fall 2021), with a gender distribution of 45% male students and 55% female students. It has one of the largest campuses in the United States. Students are not obligated to live on campus and may choose to live on or off campus. 

We can not forget Denver’s highly educated workforce. Many local universities provide the best education and guarantee quality teaching. This high concentration of academic activity adds to Denver’s vibrant, forward-thinking atmosphere. 

Cost of Living in Denver

The total living cost in Denver consists of your housing rent, food, travel, books and supplies, health expenses, and personal expenses. The average cost of living in Denver for students is $3,150 per month. Living in Denver is more suitable for students studying at the University of Denver

Transportation in Denver

The backbone of Denver’s public transportation has to be the RTD buses. They offer local routes serving cities like Boulder, Golden, Arvada, and Downtown Denver; Regional routes that can get you all the way up into the Rockies (and are reliable even during the snowy ski season); and Express routes that can get you from here to there in a blink of an eye. Altogether, there are 125 bus routes that drive over eight counties in Colorado. There’s also a Park-n-Ride in practically every town, where residents can park their cars and catch the bus to save on gas costs and avoid driving in traffic.

Attractions in Denver

Denver Museum of Nature & Science

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is a municipal natural history and science museum in Denver, Colorado. It is a resource for informal science education in the Rocky Mountain region. It also has a movie theatre chain known for presenting 3D films on a giant screen.

Denver Botanic Garden

The Denver Botanic Garden is a public botanical garden located in the Cheesman Park neighbourhood of Denver, Colorado. The 23-acre park contains a conservatory, a variety of theme gardens, and a sunken amphitheatre, which hosts various concerts in the summer. 

Denver Zoo

Denver Zoo is an 80-acre non-profit zoological garden located in the City Park of Denver, Colorado. Founded in 1896, it is operated by the Denver Zoological Foundation and funded partly by the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District in addition to ticket sales and private donations. Denver Zoo is home to a baby aye-aye, one of the rarest animals in the world.

Top Universities in Denver

University of Denver

The University of Denver is a private research university in Denver, Colorado. Founded in 1864, it is the oldest independent private university in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States. Casita has 2 accommodation options close to the university.

Regis University

Regis University is a private Jesuit university in Denver, Colorado. Founded in 1877 by the Society of Jesus, the university offers more than 120 degrees through 5 colleges in various subjects, including education, liberal arts, business, nursing, and technology. Our accommodation options are within walking distance to the university.

The University of Colorado at Boulder

The University of Colorado Boulder is a public research university in Boulder, Colorado. Founded in 1876, five months before Colorado became a state, it is the flagship university of the University of Colorado system. Casita’s accommodation options are all within walking distance of the campus.

Nearby Cities

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Denver, Casita offers student accommodation in these USA cities as well: Centennial, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Ken Caryl, Colorado Springs and Fort Collins

Frequently Asked Questions:

Check out these answers to common questions and go to Help Centre for more details.


When should I start looking for Denver student housing?

Starting your search for student housing in Denver early is recommended. The earlier, the better. Also, Casita is there to help you with most of the steps; the room type, the amenities provided, the location, and the proximity to your university.


Are there short-term stays in Denver?

Yes, but you should check the availability of your Denver student accommodation of choice during your desired period. You can also refer to a Casita accommodation expert to help you find accommodation that accepts short-term stays.


How much rent does a student pay for accommodation in Denver?

The average monthly cost for student housing in Denver, specifically an apartment, is around $1,688. Other room types, like en-suite rooms or studios, may cost more depending on the provider.


How do I pay for my student room in Denver?

Payment can be made via net banking or through your debit card. We also have our own payment portal at Casita, where we can assist you with the entire payment process!


Can I pay my Denver student housing rent in instalments?

Yes, you can pay your rent in instalments. However, some providers may require you to have a USA guarantor. Refer back to your accommodation expert for further help on the matter.


How do I complete my booking?

Once you enquire on our website, one of our accommodation experts will contact you to proceed with booking your room of choice or offer you alternatives if the room is unavailable for your dates. To enquire, simply choose a room and click on the "Enquire" button, then fill out the enquiry form you see in front of you.


What should I look for when booking Denver student accommodation?

While searching for student accommodation in Denver, you want to look for places that offer all-inclusive bills, as well as fully-furnished accommodation options, accommodation close to your university of choice, and student homes that have the basic amenities you might need, including Wi-Fi, secure parking, and on-site laundry facilities.


What are the best areas for students to live in Denver?

Denver has a variety of suburbs that are close to its numerous university and college campuses. Students can easily find good and affordable student accommodation in Denver in areas like Centennial, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, and Ken Caryl.


What different housing types are available for students in Denver?

The types of student accommodation in Denver vary, ranging from PBSAs (Purpose-Built Student Accommodation) to private lets and co-living spaces.


What are the different available room types in Denver?

The available room types in Denver student housings vary from single, double, triple, and en-suite rooms. There are also private flats, apartments, self-contained studios, and penthouses.


Can I get a furnished student room in Denver?

Using Casita’s services, you can easily find fully-furnished rooms in Denver that are fitted with the essentials of a bed, a wardrobe, a study area, a desk, a chair, a bathroom, and a fully-equipped kitchen at affordable prices.


Can I see the property before moving in?

Yes, you can. Almost all Denver student housing options allow students to see the property either through online viewings via Skype or Zoom or through virtual tours of the property so you can take a look at your new home before moving in!


What’s the best mode of transportation in Denver?

When booking student accommodation in Denver, you can get around the city through its various transport links. You either use the train, take the bus, hail a cab, or cycle.


Can only students book with Casita?

Yes, mainly students can book with Casita. Students over the age of 18 can easily find a fitting student accommodation in Denver, while students under the age of 18 can also book with Casita but might require guidance from accommodation experts to find a fitting accommodation.


Can my parents or guardian stay for the first few days when I arrive?

While some Denver student apartments may allow for parents or guardians to stay over, every student housing in Denver has its own set of rules and regulations regarding hosting outsiders. We recommend you either check with the provider or contact an accommodation expert to get all the information you need.


Can I stay with a friend at my student housing in Denver?

This mostly depends on the provider and the specific accommodation you choose. In most cases, you can rent an apartment with your friends. You may be charged a small fee to do so, or you can rent a dual occupancy unit.


What if I don’t like my accommodation after moving in?

At Casita, we try our best to find student accommodation that meets all your priorities and preferences. If you happen to not like your accommodation due to any unforeseen or unexpected circumstances, referring back to the provider is recommended, as cancellation policies vary from one provider to another.