Campus View Student Housing
Live Where You Learn for Less
New, beautiful apartments are now available at Highline College. The 2- and 4-bedroom units — complete with furniture — are available only to students attending Highline College, CWU–Des Moines and Kaplan. A private company built Campus View, working with Highline College to include features attractive to students. Only 160 spaces are available, all at affordable quarterly rates.
Find Affordable Rates
Prices are for each student for the quarter. They include all utilities: water, sewer, garbage, electricity, apartment phone and Wi-Fi.
Enjoy Views, Convenience and More
- Common area and laundry facilities on each level
- All units included furniture
- Large rooftop community room and patio with water and mountain views
- Bus stops, restaurants and shopping close by
Take a Tour
Tours of Campus View are conducted every Tuesday at 3 p.m. Meet at the student lobby entrance, located at the south side of the building.
For more information about Campus View, please contact us at email@example.com or (206) 592-3612.
- Application fee (nonrefundable): $50
- Cleaning fee (nonrefundable): $200
- Security deposit (refundable*): $300
*Security deposit will be refunded depending on move-out condition and any fines owed.
When we originally envisioned this new student housing — what is now called Campus View at Highline College — we knew there was a need for housing for international students. Highline has more than 700 international students each year who live in a variety of off-campus locations, primarily in single-family residences with host families. As our enrollment of international students has grown over the years, we saw the need for campus-based housing.
However, most of the students attending Highline live in the community. Like many community colleges, Highline has traditionally been a commuter campus, meaning that students commute from their existing residences. During the development and construction of Campus View, we’ve seen the cost of housing in the area go up — both to rent and to own — and we realized that our local students needed affordable options as well.