Upperclassman Housing Off-Campus

Description

  • Modern style apartments located off-campus at
    3rd Street and Roosevelt Road
  • Upperclassman housing
  • New in 2013
  • GCU leases 122 beds
  • Fully furnished
  • Single occupancy: 1 student per room
  • 2 floor plans to choose from:
    (A) 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom; (B) 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom
  • Fully-equipped kitchen and opportunity to create
    individualized space
  • Features laundry facilities in each apartment

Requirements*
To live in Roosevelt Point Apartments, you must:

  • Be a GCU returning student or be an incoming/transfer student 20 years or older
  • Not exceed 29 years old
  • Be registered as a full-time student (12 or more credits, at least 8 of which must be taken on campus)

*Requirements vary each year

Furniture Item in the North Rim Apartments

Take a Peek Inside the Roosevelt Point Apartments

What's Included & Room Dimensions

Included:
  • Full-size extra-long bed with a Tempur-Pedic mattress
  • Chest of drawers
  • Desk and chair
  • Leather living room set
  • One end table, coffee table and entertainment stand
  • Four barstools at center island
  • Full-size washer and dryer in unit
  • Stainless steel appliances in kitchen including: refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave and oven
  • Cable with Showtime and high-speed Internet
 

Dimensions:

A Unit (3 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom)
  • Bedroom 1: 11.10' x 9.1'
  • Bedroom 2: 12.7' x 7.11'
  • Bedroom 3: 12.6' x 9.9'
  • Bathrooms: 9.10' x 6.1'
  • Closets: 23" x 9.6'
  • Living Room: 10.6' x 12.4'
  • Kitchen: 10.6' x 14.5'
A Unit
Roosevelt Point A Unit 3D Layout
B Unit (4 Bedroom, 4 Bathroom)
  • Bedroom 1: 9.5' x 12.3'
  • Bedroom 2: 9.3' x 11.10'
  • Bedroom 3: 7.10' x 12.11'
  • Bedroom 4: 9.3' x 11.10'
  • Bathrooms: 5.11' x 9.10'
  • Closets: 2.3' x 6.6'
  • Living Room: 12.4' x 10.6'
  • Kitchen: 9.11' x 14.7'
B Unit
Roosevelt Point B Unit 3D Layout

Roosevelt Point Disclaimer

Roosevelt Point is a remote university housing option. GCU students who live at Roosevelt Point are held to the Community Standards that are detailed in the Student Handbook. Any student who is in violation of the Community Standards is subject to the university's Student Conduct Process. 

Please refer to the Student Handbook for guidelines on this process. Every situation is handled on a case-by-case basis. Sanctions can include suspension from campus housing, removal from Roosevelt Point and if the Student Conduct Board deems appropriate, referral to the Code of Conduct Committee for suspension or expulsion from the university.