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Campus View Student Housing

Live Where You Learn

New, beautiful apartments are available at Highline College. The 2- and 4-bedroom units are fully furnished and available only to students attending Highline, CWU-Des Moines and Kaplan.

Find Affordable Rates

Priced per student per quarter; or save costs by signing your agreement for the academic year. Your rate includes all utilities: water, sewer, garbage, electricity, and Wi-Fi.

2021-2022 Housing Scholarship

Campus View Student Housing is happy to announce the offering of a Housing Scholarship for the 2021 – 2022 Academic Year. Please see the linked documents below for Scholarship offerings and terms and conditions. Please contact the Campus View office with any questions. Thank you.

Enjoy Views, Convenience and More

Unit Amenities:

  • Private Bedroom furnished with twin extra-long bed, closet, desk, and desk chair
  • Full Kitchen with stove, microwave, refrigerator, and dishwasher
  • Common area furniture includes sofa, chair, coffee table, and counter top stools

Building Amenities:

  • Roof top lounge overlooking water and mountains
  • Lounge areas
  • Coin and Credit Operated Laundry
  • Wifi and IPTV included

More questions or want to take a tour?

Call 206.592.3612 or email us at housing@highline.edu to schedule your tour today.

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Resident Portal

Campus View Residents should register for this portal to enter maintenance requests, view bills, etc.

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Payment Portal

Current or Prospective Residents can use this portal to make payments toward their Student Housing Account.

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2021-2022 Frequently Asked Questions

Campus View continues to operate under the WA State Higher Education safety guidelines. Under these guidelines, residents are currently restricted to 1 outside guest visitor at a time and common area lounges are restricted to 5 people at a time, with social distancing.

There will be no restrictions regarding occupancy assignments for housing. All 2-bedroom and 4-bedroom units will be assigned to full occupancy as necessary.

Campus View and Highline College will continually check for updates from the Governor’s office and will make adjustments to policies and procedures as appropriate.

Per Highline College policy, masks or face coverings continue to be required when in public areas of the building. This means that while you are outside of your apartment, you will be required to wear a mask or face covering until you have exited the building or are outside on the rooftop patio. Masks or face coverings are not required while inside of your apartment.

General Frequently Asked Questions

Summer Quarter, 06/25/21
Fall Quarter, 09/24/21
Winter Quarter, 01/07/22
Spring Quarter, 04/01/22

At this time, we do not offer family housing.
Apartments come with basic furniture. In the living room, there is a couch with matching chair, coffee table, and an eating bar with chairs. Each bedroom has a twin extra-long bed with mattress, closet, dresser and desk with chair. Students need to provide their own dishes, drinking glasses, silverware, cooking utensils, pots and pans, and other kitchen items.
Rooms are rented by the quarter or the academic year. Each student is responsible for their own rent.
Rent is due on a Quarterly basis, at the start of each quarter. Specific dates are listed in the Resident Guide or Housing Agreement document.

Liability Insurance: Campus View registers ALL residents for Liability Insurance which covers damage to Campus View property (walls, floors, furniture, appliances, etc.) from incidents of major damage (ex. fires or floods) and protects the Resident from injury to others due to the Resident’s actions. This Liability Insurance policy is through a company called “Grad Guard” and underwritten my Merkel Insurance, with monthly premiums already included in the cost of housing. This policy does NOT cover any damage or theft to a Resident’s personal belongings.

Renter’s Insurance: Campus View does not require, but HIGHLY recommends all residents purchase a Renter’s Insurance policy to cover their personal belongings from damage or theft as well as incidental damage repairs while living at Campus View (ex. broken window, drywall repairs, etc.). Per the Housing Agreement, Campus View assumes zero liability for a Resident’s personal belongings from damage or theft regardless of responsibility. Renter’s Insurance coverage is available through “Grad Guard” or many other insurance carriers. For further information regarding a policy through “Grad Guard,” please contact the Housing Office.

The following fees are paid only one time:

  • Application fee (nonrefundable): $50
  • Administration Fee (nonrefundable): $200

If you move-out and then wish to return to Campus View, you will be required to re-apply and re-pay all applicable fees.

Campus View offers residents two options for parking personal vehicles:

1. Highline College East Parking lot is available on a first come, first serve basis. A Highline College parking pass must be purchased each quarter. While overnight parking is normally prohibited, Campus View residents are afforded specific permission to park overnight.

2. Garage Parking is available on a per quarter basis with limited availability. The Highline College Public Safety Office oversees the billing and management of the parking garage; Campus View only provides the names of approved residents each quarter. The Public Safety Office charges $150 per quarter (no prorated rates available) which will be charged to the resident’s Highline College Student Account. If the interest in garage parking exceeds the number of available spaces, Campus View will conduct a lottery to determine the recipients of the available spaces.

Campus View and Highline College have NO authority over the parking spaces located in the front of the building. The spaces in front of the building are specifically for the use of the retail businesses on the first floor of the building. Residents who park their personal vehicle in the front spaces do so at their own risk.

Yes, each apartment is a single gender.

Pets are prohibited, except for fish in 10-gallon aquarium or smaller, or when a verified disability warrants the possession of a service or emotional support animal. For service or assistance animals residents should please contact Campus View Student Housing Office for further information.

Students who are under the age of 18 are allowed to live at Campus View, provided they have a parent or guardian co-sign the lease agreement. No students under the age of 17 are permitted to live in Campus View.
No. All Highline College students — and those attending Kaplan and CWU-Des Moines, both located on Highline’s campus — can live at Campus View.
The Guarantor is a legal parent, guardian, or sponsor that authorizes Highline College, (or their designee), to use reasonable and necessary means to obtain payment from the parent, guardian, or sponsor in the event the resident’s financial obligations have not been fulfilled. Unless changed by the resident, the Guarantor will remain in place for the duration of residency, including the renewal process.
You do not need to know someone to live in Campus View. We match you with other students who are also looking for roommates. It is a great way to meet people and make new friends.
In order to guarantee a space at Campus View Student Housing, all parts (4) of the application process must be completed. The four parts of the application process are: 1) Submitted application, 2) Paid $50.00 Application fee, 3) Signed Housing Agreement, and 4) Paid $200.00 Administration fee.
If Resident is applying financial aid and wishes to delay payment until financial aid funds become available, Resident must make arrangements with the Housing Office. If Resident’s pending financial aid is less than Highline College tuition/fees plus the balance due under the Residential Housing Agreement, the difference will be due per the standard payment.
While furniture and appliances are included, we recommend you bring the following items with you: shower curtain, liner, hooks, bath mat, towels & rags, toiletries, pots & pans, cooking utensils, plates, glasses & silverware, garbage can, small appliances (i.e. blender, etc.), television, and bed linens (twin extra-long).

Move In Checklist

Residents requesting early move-in should request this when they sign their housing agreement. Early move in is based on space and room availability and not guaranteed. Residents will be charged a weekly rate of $175.00 – $275.00 depending on the date requested.

Beginning Summer 2021, each Campus View apartment will be allotted $100 of free monthly electricity usage. If the monthly electricity use exceeds $100, the overage will be evenly distributed between all residents of the apartment and charged to their Campus View account. Please see the Resident Guide for further details.

Have questions or would like to take a tour?

Call (206) 592-3612 or email us at housing@highline.edu if you have any questions or would like to schedule a tour.

Campus View Videos

Campus View Video Tour

Campus View Drone Footage

Campus View Cares

Video showing steps being taken to keep students healthy and the building sanitized.

Apartment Renderings

Renderings are intended only as a general reference. Features, materials, finishes, and layout of unit may be different than shown.

The 2-bedroom unit features 1.5 bathrooms, full kitchen and living room.

Campus View 2-bedroom unit layout

There are four, 4-bedroom unit configurations. Each features 2 bathrooms, full kitchen and living room.

Campus View 4-bedroom unit layout

Campus View 4-bedroom unit layout

Campus View 4-bedroom unit layout

Campus View 4-bedroom unit layout