I have never been so depressed in my life I lost 25 pounds from eating the food and I failed multiple classes it was bad. Also I felt like a hamster and the amenities never worked hahaha
it was good. i liked everything but the cafeteria food. the staff is helpful and nice, people surrounding in the community are great and i love how close and convenient everything is
I can’t wait to return. The location is great, the events are fun, I’ve requested my same room so hopefully I get it. I’m looking forward to see if there are any changes to the dining hall menu and if the laundry room is fully functional.
Awful- would saw off a limb before I went back. The place is designed like a prison, rampant drug use everywhere, and staff with the goal to punish instead of create growth for people who break one of their overbearing rules.
My stay at the campus village was awesome. The students together with the RA’s and everyone was friendly. It was also a conducive environment to study.
Love the place, just wish Elauwit would fix the Ethernet issues I had. Also docking a star because the elevator was down for so long. The water temp is sometimes an issue also but rarely. Also someone needs to manage the reserved parking better since people without permits kept parking there. Food is great though.
Good place to live to meet people. It’s nice to be so close to campus as well. Overall though, the foods not great, and it can be a little restricting.
The community was pretty nice and the company was very on top of fixing things when they were broken, though it was confusing at the beginning as it is with any new location.
I enjoyed the amenities, location and everything else. Water was iffy, the AC in my room wasn't the greatest, but overall, I liked the food and the people.
I just really didn't care for this place. Water issues were constant, I paid too much, food was no good, staff wasn't always the friendliest
Campus Village is very convenient since it is super close to campus. However, the often breaks in hot/cold water and the hit-or-miss food quality bring my score down.
I have had the worst experience of my life living here and I hope no other students have to live here, because when help is needed it’s impossible to get help unless you fight tooth and nail
It just needs more nutritional meals. They need to promote events and be accurate. Need to replace carpets and all the fixtures. Need ro replace elevators
It is nice to be close to campus and not worry about commuting. The rooms are nice and I am glad there is a living room space, but there is a lot of noise that comes from all neighbors and there are still some issues with the hot water. Overall, its pretty average but I will be coming back next year.
I think campus village is a great place, the only thing I would change is if the train wasn’t so loud when it passed by, and I wish there were more options at the cyber cafe.
I really enjoy living on campus it is very convenient for going to class and the wellness center. The food at CVA is not the best. Also the water is always having problems which is annoying. I like how the security is pretty good here.
Comfortable community that just lets you be. No babysitting and plenty of fun things to do. Wonderful staff. Great amenities. Always throwing fun events.
It’s okay considering the pipes burst so often but other than that pretty good. I wish the RA’s were more reserved and that the front desk was of more use.
Living at these apartments are alright. I mean there are some good aspects to it but there are many things that concern me. One are the pipes which keep making room flood.which is something that should have been resolved before people moved in.
In campus Village I feel welcome and part of this great community. I enjoy living in the dorm and I want to come back next year. Thank you for allowing me to experience my first year of college with such a wonderful community. Campus Village exceeded my expectations of living in the dorm.
I don't feel comfortable, safe, or healthy here. Food makes me sick and the heat and AC get weird as well as the water and heat of it. It's alright but not what I'm paying for
My dorm is very nice but I do wish that the way to find roommates was a bit easier. I wish there were more events going on and I do wish there was more vegetarian options!
Dorms had ample space, definitely the best part of this complex. The dining hall was fine, there were some very delicious palates provided, there were also quite a few others that were quite lacking. If they had kept Tabasco consistently, that would have been heavily preferred. Great staff, super courteous.
My experience hasnt beeen horrible but not the best. The noise level is absolutely ridiculous! There was supposed to be a noise ordinance but I don't think it's in effect anymore. it's so LOUD! Also there needs to be action taken against people who skateboard through the building. That is also extremely loud
The overall living isn’t bad.
The internet in the fingers isn’t very good which is where I live. The food has improved drastically I feel since previous semesters but still can be more consistent.
Living at Campus Village was a really great experience. It's nice to have spaces to hang out with friends and grab a coffee before class, while still having the ability to go to your own room and shut the door.
The plus sides of living in Campus Village have been getting to connect with others my age, the access to the cafe and work out areas, and the location with it being so close to downtown denver. The downsides have been the issues with the water heater and other maintenance things and some of the staff being rude.
Campus Village is a pretty average place to live. It's nice considering its student housing and people can be loud, but over all its livable. Hot water never seems to exist when showering though .
Community is great with lots of great activities going on to involve everyone, but I wish they would look at the roommate matching a little more seriously as my roommate and I aren’t the greatest match.
It has a nice and cozy environment. One major benefit is how close to the school campus you are. One major downside is that the food in the dining hall is not that great. There aren’t many options and it’s always either a hit or miss. But other than that, it’s a decent place.
I lived in the apartment styled dorms, which is great because I got my own room with a full sized bed. Loved having a kitchen to cook in as I didn’t buy a neal plan.
Friendly community, helpful staff, I feel like if I have a problem they’re able to help me out, and I love the different activities we do as a community.
For a college dorm style living, this is one of the best for the price offered. But the constant maintenance issues, mediocre food, and constant train blaring make for a rather painful experience.
The amenities are good and everyone who works here is friendly and reliable. As far a college dorms go I would say these are the nicest i've seen.
The food in the cafe isn't very good. It's the same thing every day. Some of the staff is rude all the time. And the fire drills are really annoying. Other than that it's pretty good.
Everyone is very nice but the smoke out at the gazebo sucks something and it’s is loud at night every now and then. Quiet would be nice late late and night and the smoking gone would be good but I understand why it’s there.
Residence experience is pretty good, Especially during the fall semester, there’s a lot of events and activities to do. There could be more activities during the spring semester tho
I really like living here. The community is great and the staff is really helpful. The only issues I’ve had are that the food can either be pretty good or very bland. Also, the previous hot water issues were annoying but now they are resolved.
This year living on campus has been way better than I expected in a 3 by 2 minus the flaws of everything constantly breaking I'd say it was great
Not a lot of consideration for residents opinion aside from getting it... really wish they’d listen to residents opinions. Further, it’s way to expensive for living with a roommate. Many apartments are much cheaper.
I really like the apartment-style dorm offered at cva. It is great to have a personal bathroom and full or partial kitchen. My biggest complaint is the food. It is very much like cafeteria/dorm food.
I have enjoyed my experiences as campus village. Their unique location provides vast opportunity to be connected to downtown. I enjoy this facility and staff as they have been a home away from home.
Stable internet, good room size, close to campus. Food is a little coinflip on if it's good, but overall it's been great to live here. The hosted events are a nice touch, but often get minimal attendance.
Its nice to live on campus. But the food in the cafeteria isnt always the best or appetising and the hot water isnt that consistant, nor is the wifi.
Living here has been a huge challenge. There's hardly any social interaction with other residents and it gets extremely lonely and boring. I feel like I'm always trapped in my apartment with nothing to do. Recently, I just walked around the city by myself for over two hours because I almost felt claustrophobic stuck in my dorm. There was barely any hot water for a month. I haven't even seen either of my RA's this entire semester. One of them probably doesn't even recognize me even though I live right next door to them. I hope Campus Village can make the transition for first year students easier in the future.
It has been a great experience here at CVA. It’s so close to walk to class, and even better, the NightRider also drops people off in the evenings at CVA and all around campus!
Great location, great RAs. Building needs work and food plans need improvement. I think the dining hall should be open later and more measures need to be taken to prevent flooding!
Some of the neighbors are inconsiderate, however, a lot of the staff are great. It seems like something is always breaking, there’s seemingly always flooding, the hot water needs maintantence much too often.
The community has been a terrific asset in my academic career. I have been fortunate to have stayed here for four semesters, meet new friends, and continue my education in a great setting.
I have had a mostly positive time living at CVA, but the flood has been frustrating and the hot water is not consistently present. Other than that, I have had a positive experience with my roommates and the location is convenient.
It's been fine overall. Neighbors are noisy, my room is above the sodexo service area and is thus extremely loud multiple times a day, my wing flooded. The repair response to the flood has been significantly better than before CU's maintenance was around, and actually being accomodated is nice.
ITS been alright , my room it’s self is great everything’s pretty new and nice (3rd floor south side) I wish the communication with roomate situations were better tho
I have loved living here, however, recently there have been some issues with communication to residents. This semester, I recently got a new roommate, who is amazing; however, I got an email giving me a heads up an hour before her arrival, leaving me to rush back from my afternoon to clean the entire apartment. I think there should have been better communication between all of our roommates which would have made the process smoother and less abrupt. Also, more often than not, the hot water does not work or takes a while to run before becoming lukewarm.
Campus village is an overall good place to live. It is very close to everywhere on campus which is very convenient and it has all utilities, sometimes the water heat is a little sketchy though.
Nice space at first glance but water temperature is constantly cold and many things have not been taken good care resulting in not working very well or breaking.
The apartment community are all very nice and helpful. If I ever am in need of assistance, they are always there. I also like all the other students living here as well. Every one here is very friendly and fun to be around.
This last semester at CVA has been my best yet. There is always friendly staff, I love being involved with CUDCC, the events have been awesome, and I love my roommates! So awesome living here.
The staff and management is effective at helping students. The location is convenient and the housing is kept up to date. A nice dorm for the price.
I love Campus Villags at Auraria! It’s as convenient as living gets for a college student. The dining hall and cafe are great. I enjoy both of them very much. It’s also nice having a laundry room at the tip of your fingers. My only complaint is that the showers are often cold.
Campus Village is a great place to live because of its proximity to campus, its variety in rooms to be chosen from, and the availability of food. Everyone who helps maintain the property is also extremely nice and hardworking.
Mostly good! Love the apartment styles and everything works well most of the time. Food is pretty decent and the staff is super welcoming. Overall not a bad experience.
It is nice here and the staff in the kitchen are wonderful. Now the student staff are clearly students because they refuse to do anything about legitimate complaints such as excessive pot smoking or noise. On the other hand though, some are very kind and helpful. Maintenance is fast, internet faster. Not much to complain about, overall 3.5 stars.
I appreciate how secure the building is but the food is terrible and not having hot water consistently is quite agitating. I wish there was a little bit more community engagement though some of the events held during the week are kind of boring.
Pretty enjoyable most times, but there are times when it is frustrating to constantly have water issues or broken items in the rooms. Aside from that, I have no issues.
The benefits of living at CVA outweigh the cons, but not by much. Having a fully furnished apartment with free laundry that is so close to campus definitely saves a lot of money, but rent is too high for any college student to pay, especially when you are in your first year and are forced to pay thousands of dollars for a meal plan that doesn't accommodate most dietary restrictions. The maintenance "crew" is one guy with regular hours so everything is always breaking or leaking and you can never expect somebody to come fix it. The only time maintenance has helped me with anything was when my ceiling was leaking and they took the most invasive and destructive approach to solving the problem. Putting 4-6 high powered dehydrators in my tiny studio apartment while I was in class so that I came home to a 90 degree home and my emotional support animal in serious danger was not the kind of solution I was expecting from a place that I have given so much money to. None of my concerns about the safety of my emotional support animal or damage to my belongings were taken seriously, and it wasn't until I removed the fans from my room myself that I was offered to stay in a different apartment for a few days, which of course stretched to two weeks. As I continue to live here I just pray that there is not another leak because the way maintenance handled it last time completely derailed my life and inhibited my ability to do schoolwork, damaged my personal belongings, and put my animal in danger.
Good food in the cafeteria at each meal. Plenty of quiet for studying and napping, Decent workout facility (no barbells). The staff are very friendly and helpful.
Living at Campus Village is decent and honestly pretty good for a dorm. You don’t have to use a communal restroom like a lot of other dorms in other colleges. The food can get tiring but otherwise it’s like living in an apartment
First semester went well until it all went downhill. My roommates were great until we learned more about one of them and the tree of us are trying to leave that room. One of us has already left and my other roommate and I are looking into other housing options
I choose to live at the campus village because it is close to campus and safe, even though it is a little more expensive than other apartments. But I really love to live here. I met so many good staff and they are all so nice.
Dorms are decently large having access to an oven and most amenities is important. The decent internet and love cable provided is a nice bonus.
Pipes were blown out, showed with cold water for 3 months last year. 2 wings flooded, 10 children received food poisoning on one night and then the chefs got mad at the students as if we had done something wrong for being served dangerous food.
The location is very good and convinient but the train is way to loud and we were told that the train would stop honking after the first couple of weeks but it keeps continuing.
cva is okay but it is also not the best and i am wondering what the heck this service is and why cu endorses it but its okay im just hoping to get some amazon cash
All the staff is super kind and helpful, however there are tons of issues and confusion among the front desk staff about guest parking. Aside from poor availability for guest parking and poor communication within RAs, I have no complaints. Everyone is super nice and the dorms stay fairly quiet.
Food is just not up to high standards but everything else is amazing. It's a very nice community filled with amazing people and an amazing staff
Room is awe full and staff can be rude. Food is always the same four meals and there is absolutely no protein that isn’t breaded. I’m very disappointed in my experience
One of my favorite things about campus village is the size of the dorms. In comparison to other universities, we have massive dorms. I also love having my own bathroom. What I don’t like as much is how maintenance never seems to get around to doing what I’ve requested as well as the lack of choices in the dining hall.
I love how much space the dorms have and that there are bathrooms in each of them however it is a walk from campus and the food makes me a little sickly.
The location is close to the city and provides easy access to RTD stops. I appreciate the accessibility of snacks in the cyber cafe and the dining hall typically does a pretty good job.The dining hall could be improved as far as food quality goes in certain areas, mainly dinner service. Staff is friendly. The trains next to the building are fairly loud, so something to take note of. Overall, I’m relatively pleased living at CVA.
This year had been really fun. All of the staff are very friendly and helpful. I don’t like that freshman are required to have a meal plan, I would rather cook my own food most of the time.
The proximity to campus is nice. The actual location is fine, it's near the light rail but also the loud freight train. When the hot water works it is abundant, but sometimes it will be lukewarm for a couple days which I do not like. The food is not very good and really wish I was not required to have meal plan, because I would much rather cook for myself.
The roomate process was easy to do. the move is was very quick and easy. i like when the RAs host the things when the residents can come in and play stuff. Also all the staff is extremely kind and helpful.
Love my dorm but the price is so expensive for not a lot. Having a 4x2 is nice, the dorms come with a lot, but the maintenance is not kept up with well.
I love how close it is to campus and the dorms itself are great. Having a fully furnished room made moving in a lot easier and less stressful.
The rooms are what you can expect for a college dorm, but the quality of appliances and furniture should be higher quality for what we pay for. The food plans are also very overpriced for the quality of food served, inconsistent.
Overall a pretty darn great place to live. Friendly staff, good RAs, really nice rooms with private bathrooms and full kitchens. Dining hall food is generally pretty delicious too. A few maintenance issues, but nothing too major
We rarely have hot water. The food does not cater to its residents needs, specifically in the lack of vegetarian options, which is unfortunate because the meal plan is required for first year residents. Stuff is also constantly falling apart, and there was a mouse in our room last month. The quality does not match the price of living there.
CVA is chill, lowkey the only problems I’ve had here have been with other residents (which isn’t CVA’s fault). CVA is also really good with giving you a new roommate
Living at Campus Village is extremely convenient. It is located next to two light rail stations and campus is very close. The internet goes out every once in awhile however, it is really fast and works great. I can livestream at 1080p with 30 frames a second.
Great security, consistent amenities, and very convenient for students. The fact that full kitchens are available in units makes it that much better
I have a community of great friends but some services could be improved. The dining hall could use some improvement as well as some other things. There are great activities and resources available right here which is great though.
Everyone is saying that this place is horrible, but it’s honestly not what people make it out to be. It’s a dorm; this is what dorms are like. Yeah the food and staff are so-so, but it’s workable. The train and light rail do run by often but you eventually get used to it, and it definitely won’t wake you up that easily. Sometimes there are problems with the HVAC system so the A/C and showers don’t work and have cold water, but the maintenance people do their best to fix is as soon as possible and it isn’t as big of a problem as people say. They’re being over dramatic. Maintenance fixes things as soon as possible and always respond within a few days. Sure roommate problems always happen, but just try and get to know people. They let you choose your roommates if you do it in time. RAs are always cool, it’s close to campus, and it’s well worth the money.
It has a cozy and comfortable environment. It has a nice modern style in the apartments. It is close to the actual campus which is very convenient.
Overall I enjoy CVA. The staff and maintenance are friendly and helpful. The events are cool and separate rooms are great. We have a lot of freedom here and it’s a great college experience. We’re downtown and have access to almost anything. The things I struggle with are the laundry room and the dining hall. The dining hall quality and options are like high school cafeteria and serving sizes are tiny. I’d expect better quality with the price paid for meal plans. The cyber cafe needs more options as well, it’s all pizza. And maybe some basic groceries: butter, eggs, etc. the laundry room is out dated. The washers break and flood often. The dryers will run without blowing heat and after waiting an hour, my clothes will be cold and damp. Last complaint is I can hear my roommates and the dorm beside mine as if they’re in the same room. Theyre not very loud yet I can hear them clear as day.
I think campus village is very good. I'm an international student, and i knew the campus village by my friend's recommendation. Actually the staffs are friendly, and the environment is pretty good.
I lived here for the first year and I feel very satisfied. My RA is very enthusiastic, CVA has a lot of activities, which makes me an international student can better adapt to American life.
Living here has been great. They are always great with fixing issues that go on with the apartment! In addition with all of that, they are always super kind and I feel very safe living here.
It’s a really great environment and it can be very private or very social, so it’s very adaptable to your own standards. It’s a great place to be.
The community is very friendly, the hours for the cafe are helpful, the front desk always has someone there, and the rooms are very accommodating.
Great amenities and location. Not a whole lot of other problems besides slight damages to the rooms and bathrooms. Small things. Staff and all are very helpful.
Overall good with just small minor complaints. Rooms are good, dining and food are fine and laundry is ok. Things get fixed when you ask for them to be fixed and the campus of cva is clean
The vision of a single-family home in the suburbs surrounded by a white picket fence has changed into something that looks much different in American society today. Picture this instead: a well-located apartment with luxury (yet affordable) aesthetics and design features, connected technology, and first-class, resort-style amenities. Sounds pretty nice, doesn’t it?
Living here is alright but the food sometimes if awful and it not labeled being someone with allergies it’s scary and dangerous and the hot water at this facility so awfully cold
Campus Village is a good place to live the environment is pretty laid back. The apartment spaces are nice sizes especially for being a dorm basically.
Lots of problems with utilities. Sink has been broken or leaking almost all year. Location is great. Frank on the pro staff is great. My room also has a great view.
It has been a great community to live in while going to school. Great proximity, friends, and staff! I've enjoyed my stay here and I will recommend it to future students!
The comfort of the beds isn’t the best and the food selection isn’t great but I met a lot of spectacular people staying here which is extremely amazing
Our apartment is pretty tight on space, and often crowded. The walls are thin so you can hear pretty much everything in the other rooms. Despite these other things, the amenities are nice for the price, and the food plans are excellent.
Living here has approved so much since last year! Maintenance comes much faster and he food is so much better! Great variety in the dining hall
I love having our own kitchen and bathroom spaces. The staff here are so amazing and kind. I like the layout of the community, and being able to decorate how we want.
I really enjoyed CVA,It was warm and incredibly fun.Theres always something to do and the staff is so nice! They have pretty great food and it’s within walking distance of campus.
Most of the residents, with few exceptions, are really nice. All of the staff are so polite and friendly, however, maintenance requests are submitted but very few of the problems are ever fixed.
A lot of random roommates... no warnings about them or other people in my room (cleaners) from campus village. Kind ladies that work at cyber cafe. Great RAs.
I enjoy living here. I get tired living on the fourth floor and being the furthest away from the elevator so I have to take the stairs every time. My clothes stink after eating at CVA which upsetting sometimes. I like the fun events and I wish I could go to some of them but I have finish my homework. But I try to go to them as often as possible. RAs are chill.
I love the living space, and my roommates are fun to live with. Being so close to campus makes going to classes easier. I would not want to live anywhere else for my first year.
Pretty great!!! The only issue is the train, but everyone here who works here is super sweet and all the residences are amazing as well. I love my experience
The location of Campus Village is probably the best aspect of the community because I am so close to classes, as well as, downtown Denver and different amenities of the city.
the food is ok, the noise is ok, nothing amazing though. i wish the food was better tasting and that the online menu actually functioned. but proximity is really good.
nice location in downtown right near the Auraria Campus , good food, really like the parking option,
nice location in downtown right near the Auraria Campus , good food, really like the parking option,
theres a lot that needs to be improved. But the location is nice. once the maintenance that gets done to avoid water issues and some things that are needed to make it more accessible it might be a lot better
I just really dont enjoy the amount of things that are broken/doesn't work/damaged in some way and the time it takes for repairs to happen. Last year we had a broken drawer they never bothered to fix, but they fixed the sink within a day of the order. This year there are burns on the counters and windowsills and our door doesn't close right but nothing is going to be done about those.
It’s a good experience since I’m away from home. I really like the vents but I think they should get more supplies because they are always running out. I look forward to hopefully another fish night.
living in Campus Village has been great, there are just some things that I would change. The food is not worth the 2 grand I am paying, and the dorms are nice, but a bit snug when there are three people in one room. I honestly don't use all my meal swipes in a week and I feel bad for the cost I'm/ my family is paying. The food is always dry, overcooked, very fatty, and a lot of bread other than the salad bar. I would just change some of the food. I also heard that the food is reused if they don't run out of it, so we are all eating old, days old food. Which was something I was not too pleased to find out.
Overall a good option for housing on a budget. It’s close to campus and downtown, and offers furnished rooms at a decent price. Friendly staff and cool events.
The WIFI can seem to be non-existent at times which can make homework difficult. We also never seem to get hot water at any time of the day.
Campus village is pretty good as far as dorms go. They’re kept clean, and the staff here is friendly. The wall to campus from them might seem a little long at times but it’s worth it in the long run.
I have loved my experience living at Campus Village. There is no shortage of fun social events and I really appreciate the vegan/vegetarian options at the dining hall. ( The only thing that comes up short is the freight train's honking; however, I've grown used to it.
It’s quite and chill, what more can I ask. The people are nice and down to Earth. The food is decent and repetitive but good. The laundry room is always hepatic and dusty, clean after yourself people. But other than that it’s chill.
The front desk people are very nice and helpful. The room are spacious and have great amenities. Walking to campus from campus village is a mile walk.
Living in the north wing is pretty loud (my room is above the first floor service room by the elevator, can't be helped) but it's managable. Food is good but needs variety. Staff are very helpful.
Living here is so convenient because I'm so close to campus and the light rail. I love meeting new people who I go to school with!
It sucks though when there's a football game and access to the building is totally blocked off.
I love living at campus village and having an on campus expirience. There are a few issues like maintenance and parking, overall it’s good!!
I really like it but the food can be a bit lacking and the train can be annoying but everyone is nice and we always have stuff to do. The cafe is always a nice choice for a replacement dinner.
I live living here. The food is good. The staff are nice. But the work request not being done and having to reput the orders in is really inconvenient.
I like it. It is fun. It is a beautiful campus and a nice place to live. Also there is a rewards system and by doing this I will be able to get $5 to amazon. Yippee
Clean rooms, good location, and friendly staff overall pretty good. The dinning hall always has good food, however the trains that run at all hours are very loud.
I enjoy living here. However, being one of the rooms close to the train tack can be very burdensome. I appreciate the efforts to enforce the quiet zone, but I still hear trains honking their horns as they pass.
Campus Village is pretty cool, I do hate when the front desk workers see your hands are full and pretend they don't see you so they don't have to open the door for you.
CVA is great! I love living here. The staff are always so friendly, it's always a super warm and positive environment that is well-maintained.
Rooms are very nice, problems with plumbing and dining hall food is a little bland sometimes - but the overall building is good clean, new enough.
I have really enjoyed my time at campus village. Great place to stay with easy access to everything denver has to offer. I love the community aspect, the events, and all the amenities.
I enjoy campus village, especially after living here for my second year. The updates to the facility are really nice. Plus the train horn not going off anymore is amazing!
Close by to classes. Convenient food options. Clean rooms and easy move in. Helpful staff. Enough space inside the rooms with decent furniture.
My overall experience at Campus Village has really made me realize how fortunate I am to being able to meet new people everyday, and having that support system that I need. It has been a learning experience for me, and it a is a huge stepping stone towards adulthood.
Everything is great except the parking. The community is very nice. Free laundry is cool. Also, the workout space is convenient. So it’s nice overall
Although the apartment itself it is nice, the noise coming from nearly every diction becomes jarring & distracting with not only the train, but also from living right across the elevator.
Friendly people, great staff, lots of activities. Very close to downtown amenities and activities. Quick responses to service requests and complaints.
I enjoy living at Campus Village because of the close proximity to campus and that it also has cheaper gated parking. The rooms are quite spacious if you have your own room and the whole place comes with a spacious living room and a full kitchen!
Wonderful and friendly staff and no issues with maintenance. The biggest problem lies in other neighbors who are often very loud with no concern for others. The internet is speedy though for sure.
Employees are great and super responsive and helpful. Dining hall could have better options. Dining hall could have more variety in the food they cook. Overall a great experience.
I had a decent time here. They always have problems with hot water which is annoying and other than that life was pretty good. The Ras are great.
At campus village, there’s a lot of activities and it feels like there’s always something to do. The food here is good and they have a lot of options. I just wish they had a menu to look at beforehand
The community is very nice and the entire place as a very comfy, and safe environment. The staff is very nice and attentive, and the food is good quality.
The RAs are really nice! Even though I don't go to the community events, its really nice to see that they are doing creative events for the residents. I also had a lost packaged that was recovered. The desk assistants that helped me were very polite and prompt.
Very friendly and competent staff. They answer all questions accurately and promptly in addition to being adroit at completing any requests.. Food is quite delicious and healthy as well.
I go back and forth with CVA. Having apartment style dorms is what I like the most about it. I like the freedoms we have and the lax atmosphere. The events are fun, I wish some of the more enjoyable events would repeat througout the semester and not just be in the beginning of it. The staff is always friendly and willing to help. The cyber cafe is convientent although I wish there were more options. I like all the different study areas and game rooms. I like that cable is included. Free stuff and food is always a good time. What I struggle with is the quality of the complex. The walls are super thin, the AC could be better, the trains are way too loud (think that’s changing tho), half the washers and dryers don’t work, and I haven’t really enjoyed a meal at the dining hall since I’ve been here. I’m so tired of pizza. And my room is considerably smaller than last year, however I now have a full bath tub and a bigger sink area so I guess it’s fair trade off. I like CVA but the quality could be better.
My only complaint is keeping the water and A/C working. Other than that I am pretty satisfied about my experiences. I love the RA's for sure, they were always helpful.
I love living here. It's close to campus and my room was really clean when I moved in. You all are so helpful whenever I have any problems. Thank you!
So far, everything is great. Moving in was a bit stressful and maybe could figure out a better way to do this but that's all done now. Thanks again.
Move in was smooth, but as always, there are a few issues concerning my room. No plugs/ outlets are working and the door that leads to the living room doesn't open properly.
Everyone is very nice, they work hard to make sure your needs are met. Everywhere is pretty clean and the maintenance people work hard to fix what needs fixing.
The cybercafé was super helpful and I really liked the flex cash, although I wish there was more places to spend it. The dining hall food wasn’t good and there weren’t many good options.
AFTER MOVING OUIT I HAPPY TO BE GONE. SINCE BEINGN HOME I WAS ABLE TO COMPARE STORIES WITH FRIENDS I HAVE RELIZED THAT I WAS ABLE TO MOVE OUT IN A MORE CONVENIENT WAY THAN OTHER SCHOOLS. I AM BLESSED TO BE ABLE TO HAVE STAFF WORKERS THAT WERE THERE WHENEVER I NEEDED THEM. I WAS NOT THE HAPPIEST PERSON LIVING THERE WITH THE PROBLEMS OF THE BULIDING BUT IT COULD HAVE BEEN WORST. THANK YOU FOR NTY FIRST COLLEGE experience.
Overall, my experience at CVA was pretty good. It’s not the absolute best place to live, but the convenience of location combined with the method of payment and amenities provided make it worth any of the downsides of living there.
Great place to live! Close to downtown and very accessible to campus! I love the staff and living in a community that is truly progressive and beneficial to each and every student.
Good place to live. All the community facilities so nothing to complain about. Off campus/on campus housing features with everything included is worth it.
Campus village this last year was a lot of fun. I like the apartment style dorms and the freedom. Pretty much everything you need is located within campus village. Although when it comes to furniture and appliances in the dorms and the laundry room, things need to be upgraded. All together I enjoy living there and can’t wait to return
For the most part o enjoys my stay at Campus Village. I so think that some improvements need to be made. The occasional not water in the fall semester was not cool. It is hard to get in contact with the pro staff when you need something or have a question. Also, the Wi-Fi works when it wants and that is hard to work with when majority of the srudents have homework to do online.
Not too bad. The trains suck and always woke me up in the middle of the night. Rooms aren't all in the best condition. Overall it was decent.
The location is great and I liked most of the people. Honestly it's a bit to expensive, sometimes the staff is rude, and the food quality varies greatly.
Living here was definitely an experience. At first, I hated everything about it, but it grew on me. The food is medium, sometimes super good.
I enjoyed staying here for the most part. Once conflicts were settled and the plbing and heat we're actually working. The dining hall food was either okay or awful depending on the day. Dessert was usually less of a risk to try out. I wish it wasn't so expensive to live there for the experience that I got though.
The front desk has always been helpful in finding my mail and appropriately handing it to me when I come up to ask for mail. The only problems I had were when I asked to put a letter in their USPS drop off. It never made it to its destination.
Love living here! My only problem is with the application process for living here again next year! I wish you all would make that easier for us
The best thing about cva is the location. Everything is cheaply made and breaks easily (my A/C has never worked well) the food is the bare minimum.
I have never felt like such a little kid before in my life here. Thats how they treat you here at campus village. Signing a lease here is not worth it.
I understand that it is a dorm... but, there were many people who didn’t respect the noise rules. Plus the hot water/ internet weren’t there
I love the convenient location, as it’s close to campus. I like having the Cyber Café, as I often use it to print and eat. The cafeteria is nice, too.
it was good, a bit expensive but I guess worth it in a long run. Although we did have some problem with hot water quite often. I wish CVA did like a compensation or gift card or like anything that would help make the stay better.
Honestly, I have really enjoyed my time as a resident here and am moving in again next year. Aside from the few but still inconvienient plumbing issues, I have not had a hard time living here. I’ve met amazing new people including the staff and new residents. The community sense that the RA’s establish is really fantastic. I know that I will have lifelong friends just because I have lived here and made connections here.
CVA is okay. There's a lot of work that needs to be done, but my overall living has been fine. I would suggest having better maintenance of the building because I don't want it to crumble while I'm living there.
Overall, my experience has been very good. The staff is nice and it's an enjoyable place to live. Once in a while problems would come up such as water or outlets not working, but they always got fixed in the end. I would recommend living here with the people that I know.
Hot water was a big issue. The food got very repetitive and it wasn't very good. The RA's were amazing. Lexi was the best RA I could have asked for.
The only really good thing about living here is the location. It's close to light rail stations, and campus which makes it easy to get around Denver.
campus village dining hall is awful. there are no healthy options. the gym is small and insufficient for a good workout. overall campus village is not that great but i will say the apartment style dorm is desirable to a standard double bed dorm room that doesn't have a living space or kitchenette
The people are mostly nice. Many people smoke weed so it does not smell great. The food is average. The walls are thin so you can hear everything.
This app won't let me upload a bad review because it says it looks like spam, so that's bullshit, so just know this is a bad review on Campus Village Denver.
Its kinda not great. Food isn't good, shower didn't work half the year, and having to show my id every time I walk in the door is ridiculous. I am planning on moving out next semester unless this is drastically changed.
My experience with CVA wasn’t the best. My room flooded twice. I didn’t have hot water for a while semester. The food isn’t very good and it’s unhealthy.
There have been a lot of maintenance issues and the food at the dining hall is usually terrible. Overall, the RAs and the employees here are very nice.
This place is nice but I just feel really old here. Campus village is for sure more for freshman. Dorm life is not the life I wanna have anymore. This place did give me some great memories over these 2 years though.
The CVA dorms is an amazing place to live. The RA’s are the kindest people, the dining hall food is getting good, and all of the staff is amazing. When putting in for matience it usually gets done pretty quickly. The only downfall so far was during repairs there was no hot water.
Very convenient but there are many underlying issues that are never solved when confronted. I enjoy living there but I have asked for help on different things and they do not get addressed or they get addressed after multiple confrontations.
The floods and the dining hall are less than optimal. I am a vegetarian and I can't find hardly anything to eat. Additionally the dining hall dinner hours could run to later times for some students with later classes. The rooms are great.
This apartment complex was an easy transition, had a welcoming staff, and a great community. It is definitely a place to call home. The campus is ten minutes away, the people are awesome, and the place is beautiful.
The staff here are super nice, but that is pretty much the only redeeming quality CVA has. Maybe I would be more forgiving if there was hot water 100% of the time, but I've had more cold showers that hot ones since I've lived here. Also, every where you go there is a new, not very pleasant, scent. My room has a terrible smell 50% of the time, and nobody, (maintenance and our RA) can figure out why. It's so bad that we have to open a window, even though it is literally freezing outside. AND MY APARTMENT WASN'T EVEN AFFECTED BY THE FLOOD. I am spending too much money here for what I am getting, but as a freshman in college, I feel like I need to experience living in a dorm. I just didn't know that dorms come with an egg smell. I realize the question was about the community, which is fine, but honestly, the community could be fantastic, and I wouldn't even notice because of the cold water and the egg smell.
Dorms are great, the cafeteria is ok, utilities are easily accessible and the staff and residents are nice. I have no complaints about the dorms
I would enjoy living here but they have flooded twice and so the second floor smells like mildew. The food also sucks and I never have any decent options for dinner.
The RA and RD are wonderful people and will do anything they can for you(that is in their power) the pro staff above that need to figure everything out a lot better. I have sent several emails over months and have never heard back from people. They don’t seem to have much concern about living environments. The food is absolutely disgusting. There is only one person who works in gr kitchen who knows how to cook and that is Allen and unfortunately he doesn’t work 7 days a week. There is no need for pizza at every meal of everyday, and if there is going to be pizza the pizza should at least taste good. The food is not always cooked fully or have enough seasoning! The Mail system is ridiculous as I often get other people’s mail, as I wouldn’t want someone to else getting my mail. Brad from maintaine is a wonderful person but unfortunately is stretched to far out and can’t do everything but I am grateful for all of the hard work he puts in. An employee in the cyber cafe that works late nights on the weekdays is incredibly rude to everyone for no reason and it makes people want to go in there. Things really need to
Change if people are expected to come back.
I’ve enjoyed my time at campus village for the most part except for the water heater issue it’s a pretty cool place to be as a student theres resources and all kinds of cool people.
The environment is awesome, but the apartments are unkept and were unsanitary when we moved in with many problems in them. The internet is slow and our cable doesn't work, but I love my roommates and the way that we got to pick them.
I feel the price for rent is slightly high, given you are between a freight rail line and they are very liberal with the use of the horn. I found building administrative staff to be slow with their responses and late for meetings. Between the hours of about 7:30 am and 12:00 noon the water is lukewarm at best. On top of that the water pipes break year after year. Given the condition of my apartment on move in day it became clear that they do not do the room inspections or preventative maintenance that they promise in the resident agreement.
its been lit, I had fun got to do things I never thought I would do. Its nice not living with my folks, and I can go out whenever I want but I also made so really great friends and connections.
please do something different because what you are doing now isn't working. there are horrible staff who are rude, and the building has flooded not once, but twice.
The food was always a surprise. When I came home from break I missed the Coco-Cola machine. The hot water went out twice and there was a flood. Living by the light rail was very convenient.
It's a really friendly place. There is a lot to do since CVA is so close to downtown. I have also met a lot of fun and friendly people here.
Everything is usually very solid, food and hot water could be better. I enjoy living here however, I have met some very cool people. Overall good experience!
Campus Village is a diverse community ranging in people of all races and ethnicity’s. What I enjoy is the love and availability of the staff 24/7 regardless of the situation.
The people are awesome and the dorms themselves are really nice to live in. The RA's should hold more events for students to participate in to get to know other residents.
They seem to be open to new ideas and are overall great people. Hardworking but like to have fun and chill. Quite a few music people which is great for collaboration.
Good rooms. Good location and great staff. I enjoy going to events here and wish there were more of them.
I wish dinner was offered later for students who need to stay out late.
so im a super big fan. super great place I would def say I like. totes most def a super duper place.like wow. just wow. so great. 10/10 really. so great.
My resident experience was pretty good overall. I liked living on my own with the opportunity to have help if I needed it. I would recommend this place to others.
Overall Campus Village has quite a few things that it does well. The staff are all very friendly without fail. There are many amentities provided to students etc. there are areas that need to be improves such as Maintenance with hot water
The security and the appearance of the rooms are the only positive I have found in living at CVA. I do feel safe and I believe the enforcement of policies is done very well as is. The issues I have ran in to with Campus Village are with the actual housing and the food. My room has flooded multiple times. Our toilet rarely works, our sinks are all clogged and every time we try and repair it ourselves it does not work. The food has given myself and many of my friends something like food poisoning. It is also unhealthy, every time I eat in the food hall I feel sick afterwards.
I really enjoy staying here for my first year. The foods not bad and the gazebos pretty lit. I wish you didn't have to use your room key to open the front door though.
I love the staff and RA’s. Always super welcoming. Even though CVA, has had some problems, they always let residence know about what’s happening and that’s always appreciate!!
The is super friendly and is really good at adapting to your personal needs. My only complaint is the inconsistency with the hot water. Aside from that I love living at CVA!
The place itself is a fantastic environment. There are great food choices available both in the cafeteria and when feeling lazy, the Cyber Cafe. The only problems is that our dorm room came equipped with more than a few problems that needed to be addressed and it was stressful at times. Luckily though, the maintenance guys were super kind and fixed the problem fairly quickly.
Overall it's a really decent place to live but the noise from the train going all night is really unfortunate. There's also very little variety in food but that's about what I expected anyways.
my first 3 months at Campus Village Apartments has been overall a good experience. The apartment itself has been a great space and I have made a lot of memories here.
I like living at Campus Village a lot. I enjoy the convenience of the Cyber Café, the cafeteria, and free laundry. Living at Campus Village really fosters a sense of community, and I really appreciate that. I've met some wonderful people living here that I probably wouldn't have otherwise gotten to know.
My only complaint is the sometimes fickle nature of the hot water. Sometimes it's very hot, and other times it's lukewarm, which can be a little disappointing. I've been informed that there are some issues with the hot water heater, which has had to be shut off temporarily.
Overall, however, I would say that living at Campus Village has been an excellent experience, and I even plan to extend my lease through the summer.
It’s a nice place, however, our work orders haven’t been taken care of and I don’t like not being able to take Togo food. I’m at work and class all day.
The water is never hot in the mornings and there is always a terrible smell in the hallways. The only upside is that my RA, Lexi, is really great. She's kind and very helpful.
Campus Village offers a convenient location (if you don't mind loud freight trains passing by regularly) and a great way to meet people you go to school with!
I enjoy the events held at the Campus Village, and the time I spend with the people there is nice. I’ve made multiple friends in the complex that I wouldn’t have encountered in other ways.
Campus village is great! I️ have a great view of Denver from my room and all the space I️ need. The hot water can be a bit finnicky sometimes but that’s my only complaint!
Apartment got flooded due to pipe bursting but other than that it’s a cool place.. food is pretty alright and staff is friendly. My RA is nice too
I have had a great experience living at campus village. I love the staff, RAs, and all the things CVA has to offer. Can't wait for another year at University of Colorado Denver.
i love living here! the cyber cafe is awesome and the rooms are really nice. they come with nice furniture and we got a great view! however, there isn’t always hot water and there has been a couple floods.
It is a good place to live without thinking too much about meals while going to school. However the flooding was annoying to deal with but my room wasn't hit too bad.
The apartment community is quite good. The food is above average normally, and occasionally slips into delicious. The RAs are excellent, and the support and response to issues is fixed quickly and efficiently. The exercise room could you some updates, but overall the community is a solid four stars.
There are constant problems. The dorms keep flooding, hot water is always going out, and the rooms weren't fixed like they should have been.
the food has not been the best.other than that it has been good. I like the dorms they are really nice well taken care of. I'm glad we have heating and cooling.
Had neighbor problems the first week. There is never really any hot water to take showers. The food downstairs could be better with how much we are paying each. 2 pipe burst since being here. Without a water heater for 2 days. Wished rooms without the stoves had better storage.
This place is amazing to live, very near to the university though it has all the positive points the main negative point is the food that they serve its not good and they serve the same almost daily
The people that work in the cyber cafe are rude sometimes. The water is usually just warm; it doesn’t get hot. Markus Rickman never replies to emails.
Flooded. I live with a junkie. He makes life hard for everyone else in the dorm. Everything else is great though. Cyber cafe is convenient and fast.
Campus Village is in a great location in proximity to CU Denver, MSU and CCD as well as two light rail stations which is great for students in the city. Unfortunately since moving in there has constantly been issues with the water systems, heating, as well as just over all maintence.
The apartment isn’t bad, and is fairly spacious, but there are some drawbacks to living in such a cheap place with a bunch of other college students. The cyber cafe is great, but the dining hall isn’t very good.
Everything is really nice and most of the people who work the front desk are very nice, the food is good most nights but sometimes it’s not and that’s disappointing and why isn’t the dining hall open over break that’s wack
I think CVA is a great community. The dorms are nice and the staff is friendly. The coal train is a bit annoying when I'm trying to sleep, but other than that, no complaints!
Excellent. Everyone is friendly, the staff is great, and the dorms are amazing, certainly better than any other dorms I looked at. only problem I've had is with the hot water heater breaking a few times this year.
I think CVA is a great community. The dorms are nice and the staff is friendly. The coal train is a bit annoying but other than that, no complaints!
Campus Village is a great place to live. It is very safe and a chill environment. The only think I would recommend is putting more grab n go meals and day to day necessities in the Cyber Cafe!
It stays relatively quiet and peaceful. The RA's work on creating different events for residents to give opportunities to socialize and relieve stress. Campus Village is not a bad place to live.
Live here is a fantastic choice when I study in university of Colorado Denver. From the beginning here is a good place to communicate with the school and it is very safe. I like the night rider best.
Keep doing what your doing, this has been an awesome experience. The community and safe is friendly and the over all experience of the place is great!
I have no major complaints about living here. Being able to walk to campus is very convenient as is being near a light rail stop. I also like the food in the dining hall.
It's been a good experience. I do not like that they changed the parking system, it does not seem very fair. They are very good with work orders.
its pretty cool , the location is really really nice and convenient. My biggest complaint is the location of my room in the building, the freight train is suuuuper loud at night.
The only interest is the need for more handicap accessibility needed and some maintenance around the building. Other than that I enjoy living here for the need of school
My room's AC was frequently broken in the beginning of the year. Also all of the window screens in my apartment were torn when I moved in. The location of the apartment is definitely the best feature.
So the food is good and the people that work here are also super nice. The only problem is that a lot of your awards and other things are really vague and like, planning and some communication is lacking.
Location is good since it is close to school and near the light rail. The apartment is comfortable and has what you need. It is calm but the only bad thing is the train being noisy but besides that, I like it here
Excellent experience staying in campus village. Friendly staff, convenient to talk and resolve any issues. Never faced any hassles while staying here.
I like my apartment but I thought they were all the same. This year my studio is more expensive and it’s smaller without a Bathtub. I have emailed about this without response
While Campus Village does offer good qualities such as proximity to campus and good options for roommate situations, the rest of the community is mediocre at best. They are great at treating the residents like children, imposing rapid arbitrary rules and regulations which they utilize to scam the residents out of even more money, and they are almost entirely lacking in substance. They employ students who try their best but with almost entirely useless professional staff behind them, little can be accomplished and morale is often low as a result.
It is a comfortable placebfor student like me to stay. The security is good. The service that I've received is on point. There are many activies in the campus, and I feel that CV is really care about the resident
I love the location of CVA, that is one of the main reasons I have continued to stay living here and it is my third year. It is a really good way to make friends and i love having all of my friends live in the same building as me. I think there is room to improve the maintenance team, they still haven't came in and fixed the base boards after the SECOND flood to hit my room in the past 5 months.
Campus Village has a lot of pros and cons. It is close to campus which is convenient but everything is always broken and sometimes the staff isn't the nicest. But it is a nice place to live as a student.
CVA is a place where you can make plenty of friends with residents and staff alike, I was happy to come back for a second year! :) Keep doing what you're doing!
I love it here. Campus is very easy to get to and everyone here is so nice. And no, I am not saying this just because I work here. I think this place is actually nice.
The rent at CVA is a good rate for apartment size, although the overall quality of furnishings in the apartments could be better. Living here makes it easy to go to school.
Very friendly staffs and RA. They helped me a lot about move in and change the room. Also when I have some question, they helped me a lot too.
Maintence is very slow, the train is horrible, noise from people around the dorm is pretty bad too. Food has gotten a lot better from last year.
I love the roommates that I was given. They did a good job on matching us. The kitchens aren't super modern but very functional and very useful.
I have lived at Campus Village for the past three years, The experience has been pretty good for student housing. Once CU-Denver took over the housing complex the maintenance, and overall quality of the building has improved. More events and interesting stuff going on all the time.
everybody seems nice, haven't met everybody though. The apartment is a tad small, but overall a nice looking place to live. Glad to be here.
I'm very excited to move into Campus Village Apartments and I appreciate everything that has been done by Campus Village to make everything at the Curtis run smoothly
Campus village is a good place to live and currently i have to stay in a hotel because my room flooded but they are making sure we get what we need
I love my apartment community. Everyone there is cool, and the community I overall very sweet. One thing that could be better is the noise. f
its good. I like the gift card system and stuff, I'm going to use it to buy stuff for my Nintendo 64, I just don't like that it's not a physical card
Good lifestyle living, great atmosphere! Dining is amazing and the events are great as well! Recommend living here 10/10! Couldn't ask for a better place to live!
Simple and easy to use! Great way to be compensated, despite the 7-14 day waiting period. Big fan of the layout and the content of the site.
campus village is a very nice place and i like how the dinning hall is close to the dorms. the cyber cafe is also very handy to have. there are a lot of washing machines and dryers.
I am kind of confused this app is kind of confusing me, and I don't understand how to claim my rewards and stuff but this is a cute idea and a cute app.
The people here are super nice. The staff is very helpfull and I have not had a single bad interaction with them. The food is very good. You dont get bored becuase there are alwasye different options.
I recently moved here from Florida, and I swear I've never been more in love with an apartment complex. Looking for apartments - especially out of state - is stressful, but my leasing agent Sarah made it extremely easy. She was super responsive to all my emails and even made the move-in process more comfortable than I'd imagined it was going to be. The staff in general is extremely friendly and welcoming, and I'm impressed they recognize my face every time I pick up a package from the leasing office.
The biggest thing that sold me about Denizen was its proximity to the light rail station. I literally leave my apartment, walk downstairs, and hop on the train. You'd think it would be loud with the train so close by, but living here feels pretty quiet! I don't hear the train coming by every minute nor do I hear footsteps upstairs. I don't know how that worked out, but I'm definitely grateful to have found this place.
Other big advantages of living here: the community feels incredibly safe and secure, it's walking distance to Safeway, and it just feels like home, really.
Keep up the good work! Keep making your website more friendly to use so that people are aware. Making the whole experience easy and friendly is your best bet!
My experience has been great so far. The temp living at the hotel is not a problem at all. We have been fully accomadated within a very short time period. I'm also very satisfied with the short amount of time I'm at the Village during the day.
I haven't been to the dorms yet, since ours were flooded, but I'm going to assume that they're pretty nice. Everyone is nice, helpful, and friendly
I really like the Curtis Hotel. Wi-Fi is great, beds are greats, and most importantly, the breakfast is one of the best hotel breakfasts I have experienced
The staff at Campus Village Denver always do their best to get the job done in a way that suits the needs of residents. There are a large number of amenities available that I do not think other student housing or apartment options offer.
The community was fun and I met a lot of friends that I hope to keep for many years to come, staff was also positive and lively. Can't wait to come back next year.
Campus village staff is unhelpful. Rooms are dirty even at their cleanest. RA's are nice but aren't informed by staff on how to actually work or solve problems
Campus Village wasn't too bad of a living experience. There were A LOT of maintenance problems due to the huge pipe burst incident and the air conditioning unit breaking down during the last week of the semester, not to mention that the printer in the Cyber Cafe was broken a lot but that was probably due to student misuse. Breakfast and lunch in the cafeteria was good but dinner could definitely use some work. The staff are all very friendly. My biggest complaint would be that the staff needs to be more strict when it comes to noise complaints. The people who lived above my room were extremely noisy. I complained about them at least 5 times yet they continued to be rowdy. Definitively need to be more strict when it comes to noise.
I love the staff and residents! Everybody is so kind all the time. It's very convenient as well because I can walk right over to my classes!
Maintenance is slow. Food is 5/10. Now im just going to fill up the 140 character minimum, which is knda dumb to be honest cuz its just aski
Maintenance is extremely slow, location is awful with it being next to the train, things break easily, the cafeteria is hit or miss. People here are also very loud and the doors are so thin you can hear everything.
Repairs are finally happening and that's good, but I wish they had told us when they were supposed to happen instead of keeping us in the dark for a month about it.
I enjoy the Campus Village gym, and I enjoy having the option to get food at the Cyber Cafe. However, I wish there was more of a variety of foods in the cafeteria. Also, some of the door nobs in the stairwells are falling apart and difficult to open.
Everyone is in their own business and it's quiet even during the day. It is really nice if you study late at night because even though it's quiet it still feels safe
You're doing alright. As well as possible I guess. Apartments are good and comfortable. Cafeteria employees are great, one particular cyber cafe employee is off the rails. Good experience overall. Haha
The staff is really nice! The building is decently clean, occasionally there are weird smells and stains. Good location in relation to the colleges and downtown Denver.
The Apartment is a great location, there are consistently people to answer questions and help out. The food here is a little lacking in variety. And the rooms become crowded very quickly though they are well kept.
i love the community but hate the train, but that can't be helped. the staff is always very friendly and helpful, especially the cyber cafe and cafeteria staff. the food is alright but the dessert is always on point. the chocolate chip cookies are incredible.
Nice service. The RAs are very nice, and will help you to the best of their ability. Only complaint is the noise. People like to be annoying and mess with things on doors.
i have really loved my experience at the campus village apartments in Denver. I have been satisfied for the most part. I think there are some delays when you request a work order. It also can be hard to get supplies you need such as a vacuum (also most of the vacuums do not work) or a broom or mop.
My first year at campus village has gone pretty well so far. I just wish the food had more healthy options. The food is my biggest pet peeve so far.
The staff is really nice and if I have a problem, they help to take care of it. They are understanding with any decisions you make with your living situations.
Great stuff truly great stuff unless we're talking about CVA Athen is rough but what can you do oh well I don't know how you can make things better tho it's rough
I love Campus Village. It's an extremely friendly environment and there are amazing people who work here. It's easy to make friends here and I absolutely love it.
Quiet living space. Cafe and food are always attainable and convenient. Ra's are all extremely friendly and helpful. The trains are a downside.
I think everything is great! I enjoy the food, staff, and other students. However; I think that there are problems with parking at times because on the south side of the building where all the RSVP parking spots are only like five are constantly used and the rest always remain empty. So if a student actually reserves a spot than they need to use it if not those parking spots should be open to all CVA residents.
The rooms are fine, but the food isn't the best in the world. This is my second year here and I've noticed that the shower heads keep dripping after a shower too.
Safety earns 5 stars from me! Additionally, the friendliness of the RAs is 5-star-worthy. However, I wish the dining options were better. I would like to see more fresh fruit and vegetables in the Cyber Cafe, and I would also like to use more than one meal swipe per meal period so that I could get a Starbucks drink in the morning and take a lunch to-go since I have classes until the late afternoon all the way at the edge of campus towards 16th street.
Really good place to live. Close to school and also close to the light rail stop. Walk about 15 minutes to campus. Staff are really friendly and they help me a lot.
The staff is all really nice and I enjoy all of the events put on. I like how they celebrate birthdays, you can always talk to the desk staff, and the meal plan is really great. My only complaint is my bike was stolen from the community racks.
Location is great of course, however i really appreciate how well everything is kept up around the building! There is never a lot of trash and all of the cigarettes are always cleaned up.
Living here is good, life is good, cva is good, noise is good, rooms is good, furniture is good, carpet is good, school is bad
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I really enjoy the community here and how they host events here. The RAs are extremely nice and you can really feel comfortable around them. It's a very welcoming environment. However, doing laundry is sometimes a pain because there aren't enough dryers or washers and food could be improved.
Living here is pretty good. It's quiet, safe, and comfortable. The food is okay, and rent isn't too bad for downtown Denver. Plus, fee internet and cable is good too.
Need more activities such as ultimate frisbee, hiking, etc. cafeteria needs to stay open till 8:30 every day my last class ends at 7:15pm and I hardly ever make it to dinner
Great place to live! Staff are welcoming and caring. The only reasons I give 1/2 a star is due to the freight train. CVA needs a concrete wall.
Food is mostly good (except it suffers on weekends), apartments are good, maintenance has been good each time requested. My only problem living here is the people.
You guys are doing great. It's unfortunate that I do have roommate issue but that's an individual problem. Overall, beside roommate and sometime the food, the staff are really nice.
It's going pretty okay so far! The WiFi isn't very good sometimes, but it's comfy and has everything I need. The laundry room is great and convenient and it's awesome to have free printing.
Doing pretty good! Not much to complain about besides living right next to the very loud train... Closeness to light rail and campus is wonderful.
The rooms are nice and I like how it is close to campus but I don't like having to sign people in and how strict the rules here are. I am paying a lot of money to live here and I don't want to be treated like a child. The food is good. Staff are nice.
I love things here, The RA's are great and the people are great. The food could be better and I would like a bigger selection of things to choose from in the cyber cafe however
Its been pretty good a few things in my apartment need maintenance and I'm a little short on time to schedule an appointment to get them fixed but, other than that the food is pretty good, the staff is friendly, and its been fun to live here.
It's better experienced when you live with less than 5 other people. Everything is better now that the building is owned by the university instead of an outside company.
Best place I could wish to live! The staff is very friendly and very easy to get along with. All of the free perks are really nice too! Thanks Campus Village!
Been great so far. Love the community and the gazebo area. The cafe is super convienant and the location of CVA is prime for attending school and visiting downtown.
You guys do a great job at trying to create a social life however, the consistency and quality of the Internet is sub par. It is very hard and takes almost 15mins to log onto the wifi. The wifi on my cell phone is also extremely unstable. It is constantly connecting and disconnecting. If I didn't have unlimited cell data, this would be a very big problem as I know it is for other people. For me, it's extremely annoying
This place is great for what it is- a bunch of almost adults learning how to live alone. A little pricey but I enjoy it here. And there's the added benefit of being able to pick your own roommates.
I like living at campus village. There some changes that need to hapen. But not very many.Like the matience request need to be a little faster.
There are always events going on which is a lot of fun when I have downtime for it. The front desk is always helpful and courteous, just sometimes it can be reaaallly busy up there. Food is usually pretty good! I love the flex cash! I almost always run out before the new month.
The train is awful at night and if I had known it would be so loud, I would have requested a room NOT directly beside the railroad tracks. Having a fire drill at 9 in the morning on a Friday is equally awful. Everything else is okay though. I appreciate the help of the staff in trying to switch rooms and move in with a friend of mine who doesn't currently live here. As far as dorms go, my apartment is pretty nice.
It's nice to live so close to campus, and most of the time, this place is clean. Most of the people working here are also very nice too. Sometimes, it's annoying that the cafe and cafeteria always seem to be running out of stuff that they should have. Also, sometimes people can be extremely noisy. Sometimes it seems like the RA's and other people don't do anything about it. Overall though, it is a decent place to live. Thank you.
I absolutely love the openness of some of the residents and how easy it is to get to everyone's dorms! The living rooms are big enough to host anywhere from 5 to 25 people- a small group talking or a big card game. :D
Everything has been pretty good so far. Move in was very easy, the RA hosted activities and events are ok, I wish they were a little more varied and different from last year.
So far in the three weeks that I've lived here, I haven't had any problems with any of the staff or other residents. It's a pretty good place, good security. Nice front desk employees. Close to campus, so it's great.
campus village is a great environment to live in, it's a save place. get to meet new people made friends with others. to me campus village is a great place to get people together.
The living situation is great! I love the room and all that. It's just a little boring sometimes, maybe some more physical activities. Dodgeball was a good idea!
There were a lot of things that needed to be fixed in my dorm room and I am still waiting on some stuff, however I do enjoy the cyber cafe and the cafeteria and the distance between my classes to my dorm.
I feel like Campus village is providing a lot of tool to be able to succeed in college. I have felt very at home and I appreciate everything this place has done
This place is pretty chill. I can't complain. I think it's super cool how you guys throw events almost everyday. I mean, you really can't beat free food :-D
The living environment is great but, wished for more up cafeteria food. Also, to have a stronger wifi network that could let me be on the internet longer.
Eh. Good for location and the events seem nice, but we had an entire year of noisy neighbors above, below, and next to us. RA's never really did anything to really stop them regardless of how many complaints there were.
It's been a blast for all 5 of my years!! The staff is really great and they have made my transition from home to college seamless. I truly feel blessed to be a part of the CVA community.
The staff and RA's are so friendly and supportive! The freshman triple was too small for six people. I also feel that the roommate matching wasn't very good.
My roommates kinda made my last few months not so great but its all good. I don't like that there's no privacy and that m still missing money from when my room was entered without y permission and torn apart.
I really like the employees at Campus Village; they are nice and do the work. I have problems with the releasing process because I find it strange on how difficult it is made to get the same room and stay.
I've had a great time at campus village. The events were awesome, the food was great, and the people here were awesome. It felt like a home away from home.
The place is god awful. I hated it. The RA's don't do anything! They treat you like crap. The food made me so sick and I was forced to eat there. This place got sued, everyone should really go to regency.
I think that Campus village apartments is the worst excuse of quality housing. The staff is undertrained, the maintenance is lazy,crappyfood
This is a very nice and respectable dormitory. Very easy to make friends here as well! The staff are awesome and the amenities are good too.
I love CVA, and almost never have complaints. Although some rooms/areas in the facility aren't as great as others. Overall I enjoy CVA and feel lucky to live here instead of typical dorms rooms
If you need maintenance, they never actually fix the problem. They NEVER tell you if you have a package. Their entire package system is flawed.
The experience of this year has been fantastic. I have bonded with my roommates and a few close friends more than I ever thought I could when I moved here. The Campus Village offers us a great Denver location to make our way while supporting us when needed.
Campus village is a decent place to live. I like being so close to campus and downtown. But I really dislike how we need to check guests in and can't have people stay over for more than 48 hours. I realize it's a safety concern but I'm an adult and don't appreciate having my guests screened. Also, the temperature level in our shower is inconsistent. And I'm a vegetarian and my food options are a little limited.
Campus Village is a great location to live. I love the service and the help it provides 24/7. I am glad I took the decision in living at Campus Village and I recommend it to others.
I like it here, awesome environment, nice staff, good installations, many different opportunities, they are always wanting to help you, regardless the time
I love the convenience of CVA, but I wish the food were a little better. I love how everything is a flat rate and I am a fan of the free laundry!
Campus Village has mostly been a positive experience. The roommate selection process defnitely did not go the way I was hoping, however. I definitely did not get the roommates I was asking for. They were alot younger than me and they are far from being tidy, clean, people, which is what I insisted on on my app.
I really like living at Campus Village! The food is great, and the staff is amazing. It's a little expensive though. But good experience overall!
Nice for its proximity to campus, and all things considered it really is the best price for apartment housing in the Denver downtown area, but at the end of the day it's still student housing that is starting to get worn down. It sucks having to move out and back in if you renew your lease although they have begun to streamline that process. Bottomline, it's great for your first year or two of being on Auraria, but you'll probably want want something different after that.
Things are going well at campus village. I sleep here and I eat here and I walk to my classes from here. Sometimes I have friends come over and we play.
The events peter out near the end of the year and I don't even know who my Resident Assistant (RA) is. The cafeteria food is awful but the cafe has great variety (although it doesn't have berries or cooking ingredients). The security system is irritating also.
Campus Village is an incredible place to live with a friendly staff and overall community! The dining options are especially varied, especially as a vegetarian.
Really nice living spaces, friendly RAs and great location! A little pricey, but spacious and clean for the most part. The apartment style layouts are excellent!
As my first year of being a resident, I have really enjoyed my time here. I am planning on staying here for next year. Campus Village is very convenient for me because it is close to campus; and the Light Rail is very accessible from Campus Village.
the atmosphere of these apartments on campus is very fun and entertaining. The security the building has is very nice and makes me feel very safe and secure
It's been an okay experience. The RA's are always willing to help with anything you need. The only complaint I have is the food in the cafeteria. It gets left out throughout the day. Isn't really fresh or tasty.
Living at CVA has been awesome so far. It's great to be so close to campus and have the cyber cafe, I use it all the time. The rooms that we live in are awesome and I love that they are like apartments. The only complaint I have is the CVA cafe food, I wish there was more common meals being served.
Campus village has been a great experience thus far. Although I have not particularly enjoyed the food, the proximity to school is specifically beneficial. There are also so many advantages of living here. The study material we have is of great benefit.
Overall really good experience. Decided to stay here again next year but in the two person apartments. Everyone is always super nice and helpful.
Campus Village is doing a good job and the experience has been great. some improvements can be made with how sedxo does there meal plans and food.
I've enjoyed living here! I've been able to meet great people and I like the security enforced here. Definitely larger than other dorms that I've been to.
I moved into cva this past fall and i was very skeptical because of the reviews online but campus village is a great place to live. It has many perks.
CVA has a great location at the Auraria Campus and really satisfying meal plans. But the maintenance team has done a pretty bad job responding to claims. My mail box lock was broken for 2 weeks since I submitted my claim, plus I had to remind the front desk about the issue almost every second day.
Campus Village is awesome and convenient with the distance to the campus, I'm glad I chose campus village to live at for my first year of college!
CVA is the best student housing building that I have ever lived at. I love the staff and the RA's are amazing! Would live anywhere else.CVA is the best!
Pretty good living experience. RAs are really cool people who I can get along with on a regular basis as well as have some fun with them. Meal plan is pretty overpriced and living here shouldn't cost as much as it does seeing as we're right next to an industrial train line.
While Campus Village does offer the location that many students desire, the atmosphere of the apartments is often shrouded in discontent. The programs that the RAs put on can be exciting, however there is often a stigma about them. Overall, the value is decent, but there is definitely room for improvement.
Eh, it's alright. I just wish that the resident assistants weren't so nosy all the time. It seems like I get one up in my business on a weekly basis.
Overall, I feel Campus Village was a good choice for me. I really appreciate all the workers there, because they are so nice and willing to assist me with anything I need.
Campus Village is doing fine, however there are some things people don't like. Such as how long maintenance takes to come help replace or fix something or the endless ID checks most of the staff are familiar with you and know you live there. But overall, cva is good.
Besides the non-variety of food that sometimes I face in the cafeteria, my experience here at Campus Village stays pretty much as when I arrive few months ago, outstanding! :)
Living at CVA is great the only thing you guys can do better is with the quality of the food. I feel like sometimes the food is a couple days ago.
Very clean and nice dorm near by the school!
Facilities are clean, and staffs are really nice and friendly. It is safe, and cafeteria foods are also great!
Campus village is great, one of my main problems is that the printer in the cyber cafe and the washer/dryer machines break a lot and take a while to get fixed.
Maintenance and administration are very difficult. The building has numerous problems that only seem to get worse. There are many thing that CVA does not find themselves responsible for but they are.
I'm definitely getting the "dorm" experience here. The food in the cafeteria is super great and I love how close it is to campus, makes for easy transportation.
So far so good. I love the RA's and don't feel like anyone is watching me like my mother would at home. Feels more like an apartment than a dorm which is exactly what I wanted!
The staff are generally nice and helpful and the rooms are spacious. However, the food leaves so much to be desired. The wifi is horrific in the fact it stops working and disconnects from devices at random. The RA's are nice but they do not fulfill there duties to keep noise down and to stop that halls from smelling like weed.
The staff is really nice and dorms are pretty spacious. The main problem I have experienced throughout the year is the wifi. Also, its kind of a long walk to campus but its doable.
The rent is a little high, especially considering the other dorms and the benefits of other places. I love the place itself. The meal plans are good, and I love being engaged in the community. I just with it wasn't $1200 a month. Then I might consider living here again.
I like CVA, the rooms are super nice, and the different options for apartment set ups give good variety. The food is good, the amenities are great, and the staff is usually quite friendly. Really the only downside to living here are the train and lightrail making noise 24/7, but you get used to it. Plus it's very close to school, so it is a great place to live for first year students getting used to the city life.
Campus village has improved significantly over the last year. I think the prices are high, but I'm glad I'm able to get a comfortable living experience.
Campus Village has been great so far. I have no complaints. It's proximity to campus is a huge plus as well as it's proximity to light rail. The flexibility of the meal plan is also really great.
CVA isn't the best quality. Parts of it break often. And people take lots of time to fix the problem. For an example, the heat hasn't worked since I got back from Winter Break. But the food is the worst part. There isn't a lot of protein. There is only carbohydrates.
The apartments here are nice to live in. The reason I gave this a 4 star review is because the food in the dining hall is hit and miss on quality.
train is loud but its a cool place with a excellent location. Drink machines are kinda random, and laundry machines are sometimes flooded or whatever. excellent staff and help. Marcus is amazing, and so is nick
I love it here. The RA's are very friendly and helpful and it's a great place to live in downtown. I also like the food and the staff is always willing to help.
Close to perfect! Everybody is so nice and help me out whenever I need help! The staff is super polite! I'd love more variety at the cafeteria though!
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It has been a great year for me so far. The people working here is great, the food is good (breakfast awesome), and the overall facilities are quite perfect.
The cyber cafe does not have much variety, there is only sandwiches and bagels for lunch. If there was some frozen burgers or hot dogs that are there for lunch or dinner that would help for those who do not like dinner that night. There have also been a few minor incidents in the room with a late response by the maintenance team.
Campus Village Apartments is a really great place to live. We have a tight knit community that interacts all of the residents with programs and friendly staff. I love it here because of the people I get to know.
I have been here since the beginning of the school year in last August, and I have been really enjoying it. It is really nice being this close to campus.
Campus village is usually pretty good. The rooms are decently sized and in good condition. They don't get back to requests very fast though whether it's maintenance or lease change related.
Love the staff and the environment here! Rooms are very nice. The staff here makes you feel at home. Only complaint is the food. But like all dorm food you get use to it
I love living here at CVA. The staff are really nice, and the events are always fun to go to. I've made so many friends here, just by getting to know some of the RA's. I find it nice that if I don't want to study in my room I can go to my floor's class room or sit at one of the tables in the corridors.
Overpriced for the living situations but everything you need to be successful in your day to day college life. The staff are friendly, mostly student workers