On Campus Housing
Campus View Village is a cluster of contemporary Northwest-style buildings nestled in a wooded, park-like setting on the northwest border of Skagit Valley College, Mount Vernon Campus. The village is just steps away from Skagit Valley College's classrooms, library, computer labs, campus theatre, gymnasium, and other campus services. The village also adjoins jogging trails and playfields.
Campus View Village residents come from around the world and provide broad cultural diversity. The living environment becomes a learning environment as roommates and neighbors interact with one another through casual discussions or organized events. Because of the diversity of programs offered by Skagit Valley College, Campus View Village has become a true "melting pot" --- where students in various age groups --- from various backgrounds and cultures discover the common value sets necessary to function as roommates, neighbors, and as a community.
Safe Living Environment
The primary goal of Campus View Village is to provide students with a living environment that places high value on personal improvement through education. In support of this value set, Resident Assistants are escorted by security personnel during "Quiet Hours" as they walk "rounds"; this ensures residents that the "volume of the complex" is kept down at night to allow for studying or a good night's sleep. Quiet Hours exist between the hours of:
10:00 p.m. through 9:00 a.m. each night, Sunday through Thursday
Midnight through 9:00 a.m. each night, Friday and Saturday
In addition to providing support for the RA staff each evening, Skagit Valley College Security makes regular sweeps of our area and patrols our parking lots to ensure that Campus View is as safe as possible.
More Than Just A Place to Sleep
One of the goals of the Residence Life Staff is to provide a positive living and learning environment for students. Leadership and educational opportunities are available through social and informational programs.
Due to our close proximity to both campus and the local transit service, many residents find it unnecessary to own a car. The local public transportation (SKAT) bus stop is located close to the village. Students may purchase a rider card for transportation service to just about anywhere in the Skagit Valley.
Fall 2012 Through Summer 2013!
Pay your Campus View Village rent and fees online via the SVC Student Toolbox Secure Online Services (STSOS):