Summer 2019 -Housing Application

Student and Intern application for the summer. 
Thank you for choosing CSU- Pueblo Residence Life and Housing for your Summer accommodations. Please find important information below.
Interns/ Non- Students: Room charges can either be paid in total at the beginning of your stay or can be paid on a monthly basis.
Students: Current CSUP students charges will be posted to their student accounts after their stay is completed.
Residence Life and Housing will assign roommates based on their classification (students with students, interns with interns). 

Summer students (taking classes)  will be given preference for the Walking Stick apartments. Interns and overflow will be placed in the Greenhorn hall.

The charges are as follow:
Anyone that is not a current resident must pay a $50 Non- Refundable Application Fee (Must be paid before the room is reserved). Current residents who have paid the application fee DO NOT have to pay this fee. 
$100 per week-Triple in Greenhorn (limited spaces available)
$125 per week-Walking Stick apartment rooms &  double spaces in GH (students registered in the Summer/ Fall of 2019 will have priority to live in the apartments)
$150 per week- WS apartment for non- students and private rooms in GH
Move in date is Wednesday, May 8th.
Move out date is Friday, August 9th by 5:00 PM.
If you need to cancel your request please email at least 24 hours before your requested move-in date. 

Summer Break Housing Applications must be submitted 72 hours prior to moving into Summer Housing. Please remember Residence Life and Housing is only open M-F, 9am-5pm. Applications received on the weekend will not be viewed until the following business day.


For assignment purposes; please select your sex? *
For assignment purposes; please select your gender? *
For assignment purposes; please select your age group: *
Will you be a resident in the halls this fall? *

SUMMER INTERNSHIP INFO (answer only if this is applicable to you)

Supervisor Information:


Our recreation building is open and available from 05/06/19-08/09/19. Are you interested in purchasing a pass for $75 access the entire summer? Visit their website for more information *





*If you select yes, please be aware that you might have to submit additional information to the Dean of Students Office.


Colorado State Law requires the following information to be provided to each new student residing in student housing, or, if a new student is under the age of eighteen years, to the student's parent or guardian. The vaccination is voluntary; the decision to vaccinate is one the student, parent(s) or guardian(s) should make in consultation with their family health care provider.
Meningococcal disease is a serious disease.
Meningococcal disease is contagious, but a largely preventable, infection of the spinal cord fluid and the fluid that surrounds the brain.
Scientific evidence suggests that college students living in dormitory facilities are at a modestly increased risk of contracting meningococcal disease.
Immunization against meningococcal disease decreases the risk of contracting the disease.
Vaccinations may be available through your family health care provider or your county health department. Please check with your health insurance to see if the vaccination is covered by your policy.
I have reviewed the above information on Meningococcal Disease and: *


This information will be given to medical personnel and the individual listed as the emergency contact may be notified in case of an emergency.


The University is required to give each student the option to identify an individual to be contacted in case the student is determined to be missing. Upon receiving information that a student cannot be located and may be missing, the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office at CSU-Pueblo will begin an investigation to determine whether the student is missing, and may contact the student's confidential contact person as part of the investigation. Once it has been determined that a student living in University owned or leased housing has been missing for 24 hours, the University will notify the student's confidential contact person within 24 hours; however, the University may act sooner. If the missing student is under the age of 18 and is not an emancipated individual, the University will also notify the custodial parent or legal guardian.

Please Note the Following Information:

• Residents must comply with Residence Life and Housing Policies and the University Code of Conduct. 

• Residents are responsible for providing food and any cooking utelnsils.

• Dining Services will have limited availability on campus during the summer semester. However, Greenhorn Hall has a full kitchen available for use at any time. We ask that you clean up after yourself after using the kitchen.

• Each room in Greenhorn Hall comes fully furnished which includes: a bed, a desk and chair, a microfridge with microwave, and closet. The bathroom does not come with its own shower curtain so you will need to provide that and other toiletries.

• Greenhorn Hall front desk is staffed 24/7 and staff members can assist you if you need anything.

By checking these boxes you agree to the following: *
I have submitted accurate information and agree to all of the terms and conditions of living on campus over the summer.