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Student Accommodation in Fort Collins

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Located a short drive north of Denver, Fort Collins is a vibrant town full of local eateries, coffee shops, and boutiques. With 300 days of sunshine, snow-capped mountains, idyllic lakes, and clear-running rivers, it is hard to deny that people like to get outdoors here all year round. 

Fort Collins is home to fabulous recreational opportunities, diverse cultural attractions, a vibrant nightlife scene, and family fun. 

Why Book Student Accommodation in Fort Collins?

When it comes to higher education, Fort Collins is proud to be the home of Colorado State University; the second-largest university in Colorado and enrolls 31,725 students each year. It is also home to other recognizable higher education institutions such as the IBMC College and Front Range Community College.

Colorado State is consistently ranked in the prestigious top tier of the U.S. News and World Report’s rankings of “America’s Best Colleges and Universities,” providing affordable, world-class education to Colorado students. CSU is 58th among America’s public universities in 2015.

Fort Collins is a veritable paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. If you want to enjoy a few open-air adventures while earning your college degree, this city is for you. The Rocky Mountain foothills are just a few minutes to the west, where you can go boating on Horsetooth Reservoir, hike up Horsetooth Rock, camp in Bobcat Ridge Natural Area, and go mountain biking through Lory State Park.

Universities in Fort Collins

Colorado State University

  • Casita’s accommodation options are within walking distance to the university.

  • More than six bus stops are close to the university; Laurel Station is just a 3-minute walk away.

  • Both Fort Collins Municipal Railway and Old town Square are within walking distance.

Front Range Community College

  • Casita has accommodation options within walking distance to the university.

  • There are five bus stops close to the university; 3800 Block W 112th Ave is just a 2-minute walk away.

  • Westminster City Park is just a 5-minute car ride away.

 IBMC College

  • Our accommodation options are all within walking distance of the campus.

  • More than 7 bus stops surround the campus; Horsetooth Station is just a minute walk away.

  • Swetsville Zoo is just a 13-minute walk away from the campus.

Student Life

What are the students like at Colorado State University?

Colorado State students frequently describe their peers as “down to earth and energetic.” They’re also “respectful, kind, and full of CSU pride.” And although undergrads here might appear “predominantly white” as you stroll through campus, many students assert that it’s actually “a pretty diverse place.” These undergrads also know how to carve out a good work/life balance. They understand when it is time to sit down and work really hard, but also know when a break from the work is needed.

Is Fort Collins a good place to live?

Fort Collins is one of the best places to live. In 2020, Fort Collins ranked first on Livability’s “Top 100 Best Places to Live” and ranked fourth on Livability’s “10 Best Places to Raise a Family.” From a strong school district to a fantastic selection of craft beer, the city has a lot to offer.

Must-Visit Places in Fort Collins

When in Fort Collins, you will get to experience world-class whitewater rafting on the nationally designated “Wild and Scenic” Cache La Poudre River (the best whitewater rafting near Rocky Mountain National Park). Explore the fanciful creatures at the Swetsville Zoo with your family. In addition, Fort Collins prides itself on the plethora of restaurants and outdoor activities, as well as a picturesque downtown. The city rates very favourably on lists of towns that offer exceptional outdoor adventures. It is nearly impossible to explore all of the trails, lakes, and streams in the surrounding foothills and mountains. Fort Collins is always full of things to do, no matter the season. 

Transportation in Fort Collins

There are many solutions available to get you where you need to go in and around Fort Collins. Bicycling is big there. Fort Collins is an award-winning “Bicycle Friendly Town”. The city has a bicycle co-op, bike share program, bike parking, bike lanes, and more. 

Transfort is Fort Collins’ public bus system with more than 20 regular bus routes and over 500 bus stops. It offers residents a safe and convenient alternative for commuting and transportation. It also provides riders with a number of options for accessing bus information. Also part of the Transfort system is MAX Bus Rapid Transit. MAX combines many features of rail transit with the flexibility of buses. It follows a transit-only guideway, or in other words, its own road that runs parallel to the BNSF Railway between the South Transit Center just south of Harmony Road and Downtown. It links with Transfort bus routes, Park-n-Rides, and the trail system with 12 stations and stops.

Nearby Student Accommodation In Colorado

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Fort Collins, Casita offers student accommodation in other Colorado cities as well. Two of these cities are Denver and Colorado Springs.

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