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Housing and Residential Education


Transfer Living Community

Exterior of Transfer Living Community House

The Transfer House, home to the Transfer Living Community (TLC) is located in the center of campus to the east of the Driscoll Student Center. With easy access to academic buildings, the Anderson Academic Commons and the Ritchie Center for Sports and Wellness, residents of the Transfer House will quickly get acclimated to the DU Campus.

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Rates for 2017 - 2018 (*per resident)


   Quarterly Rate (per resident)       Academic Year (per resident)

Single Room     



Double Room    



Triple Room



TLC Residents must also subscribe to a meal plan.

Rates for 2018 - 2019 (*per resident)


   Quarterly Rate (per resident)       Academic Year (per resident)

Single Room     



Double Room    



Triple Room



TLC Residents must also subscribe to a meal plan of at least 100 block or higher.


  • Air conditioning
  • Extra-long twin beds that can be separate or bunked
  • Bedrooms are carpeted
  • A laundry room in the basement floor of the building
  • First floor TV lounge
  • Dressers measure 19"x30"x30" with drawers measuring 19"x30"x5 1/4".
  • Desks measure 22 1/4"x 42 1/2" x 30" with three drawers measuring 15 1/2"x12 1/2"x5 1/4" and one drawer measuring 15 1/2"x20 3/4"x 2 1/4".
  • Closets measure 98" tall x 45 3/4" wide
  • Residential floors will have restricted access for residents only
  • Residents will have access to the kitchen (a meal plan of at least 100 block or higher is still required for all Transfer House residents)

TLC Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the TLC program housed?

TLC participants will live in the Transfer House (formally known as the Kappa Sigma Fraternity House). The address of the Transfer House is 2201 E Evans Ave. Denver, Colorado 80210. For more information about the Transfer House and its facilities, please visit

Will the Transfer House have a Resident Director and Resident Assistants?

No, while living in the TLC house, a House Manager will live on site in order to supervise the residents. The House Manager will report to an Assistant Director in the Campus Life & Inclusive Excellence Division. Contact information will be given on the first day of move-in with important phone numbers/emails.

Can I work while attending the Transfer Welcome Week?

No, the Transfer Welcome Week is a full-time/all-day commitment from September 3rd to September 8th that requires your full participation.

Are parents invited to any portion of Transfer Welcome Week?

Parents are encouraged to help their students with the move-in process on September 3rd, however, the remainder of the workshops and activities are for students to experience independently. If parents are interested in participating in their student's experience, we recommend that they participate in Parent and Family Orientation from September 3, 2018 to September 4, 2018. Please visit for more information.

What furniture/items can I expect in my room at the Transfer House?

Each student will have one bed, one dresser, one closet, one desk, and one chair. Refrigerators, microwaves, and wastebaskets are not provided and thus, students are encouraged to coordinate with their roommate if applicable or bring their own.

Will the Transfer House be open during breaks?

Accommodations for lodging during Winter break will be handled on a case by case basis. If you are interested in staying on campus during one or both breaks, please email

Will I be able to continue living in the Transfer House beyond the 2018-2019 Academic Year?

Unfortunately, this is only a year-long pilot program and thus, students will need to explore other housing options for the following academic year.

The Transfer House has a kitchen, does this mean I can bring my own kitchenware (pots, pans, coffee maker, etc.)?

The Transfer House includes a kitchen with limited supplies such as microwave, fridge, toaster, stove, dishwasher, and a basic set of pots and pans, plates, bowls, and utensils. There is limited storage space in the kitchen for personal items and all appliances stored (coffee maker, etc.) will be subject to public use. With that in mind, students are able to bring and store their own kitchenware, however, the TLC coordinators and House Manager will not be responsible for lost or stolen items left unattended in shared spaces. A labeling system will be implemented for all items stored in the fridge/freezer. Management and upkeep of common areas including the kitchen will be discussed at the first community meeting on September 3, 2018.

What are the cleaning procedures and house regulations for shared spaces (such as TV room, eating area, etc.)?

Management and upkeep of common areas will be discussed at the first community meeting on September 3, 2018. Custodial staff will sweep and mop all common area floors as well as maintain the public restrooms/showers.

When can I move in? / Can I move in early?

If students are participating in an early move-in program such as JETT, residents can move in to the Transfer House as early as August 31st at 8:00am pending pre-approval. For everyone else, move-in will be on September 3rd between 9:00am and 12:00pm.

Where can I park during move-in/orientation?

There is a street directly behind the Transfer House with limited space that will be available for unloading purposes during move-in. Once you have unloaded, you will be instructed to move your car to Lot L or another lot of your choosing. Parking passes will not be enforced/required on move-in day. If you would like to purchase a parking pass for the academic year, please visit Lot L is the closest lot to the Transfer House.

How can I receive personal mail?

Each resident has an unsecured mail box in the Transfer House mail room organized by last name. Your mailing address is: 2201 E. Evans. Denver, CO 80210. Packages delivered through USPS will be brought into the house, packages delivered through any other carrier will be left on the doorstep of the back door. We encourage you to sign for all of your packages or have them held with the carrier to prevent theft.

Public Transportation

The Denver area has a highly accessible and convenient public transportation system known as the Regional Transportation District (RTD). All students will be given a RTD eco-pass upon registration, which will allow you to ride RTD buses and the RTD Light Rail free of charge.

Will there be cable (television) access in the Transfer House?

DU enables students to access cable via one of two ways, the first being through the XFINITY On Campus website and the second being through XFINITY Stream on a Roku device or Roku Smart TV. More information on these TV-Streaming Services can be found here. Starting Fall 2017, DU Housing and Residential Education will no longer provide cable boxes for residents. Any questions about cable/streaming services can be forwarded to the IT Team at 303-871-4700 (please have your DU ID# ready).

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