Saint Paul’s bustling Ramsey Hill neighborhood and historic Summit Avenue encapsulate the CVA campus. The former, a Saint Paul Heritage Preservation District and the latter, a National Historic District, are both known for the historic houses, churches, synagogues, and schools that are scattered throughout neighborhoods marked by broad boulevards, parks, and lively corner businesses. Here, students rent apartments that are near the campus and only steps away from unique restaurants, bookstores, galleries, coffee shops, boutiques, and music and sporting venues. Here are some examples of where CVA students are living.
CVA makes every effort to connect students with area apartment owners, managers, and local residents willing to sublet. Many students currently reside in apartment buildings in close proximity to the college facilities. The Office for Student Life will provide roommate assistance and current housing information upon request and facilitates Housing Day.
The following are examples of where some of our current students are living. Additional housing options can be found through the Office for Student Life.
CVA Students have priority status when applying to Ashland Apartments. The application deadline for priority status is Saturday, June 23 for a move-in date of September 1, 2011. After June 23, apartments will be rented based on availability. A CVA work-study student will reside in the building and offer peer support to incoming students.
Across the street from the Blair Arcade Building where Foundation classes are held.
In the building adjacent to the Blair Arcade Building where Foundation classes are held.
CVA Housing Contact
Kristina Mooney, Housing Coordinator