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On Campus Housing

Campus View Village (CVV) is comprised of seven Northwest-style apartment buildings. Made up of 34 units, with four single occupancy rooms per unit, CVV is an excellent housing option if you would like a close, convenient location while you are attending Skagit Valley College’s Mount Vernon Campus.

Focused on supporting student growth and development within a safe environment, students from all across the globe find themselves within Skagit Valley College’s on-campus living and learning community.


About Campus View Village

Campus View Village provides attendees of Skagit Valley College a safe, supportive, and affordable housing option during their time as students.  Nestled in a wooded, park-like setting on the northwest border of Skagit Valley College’s Mount Vernon Campus, CVV provides many benefits to its residents.


Individual bedrooms with common living spaces.

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Affordable rent with lots of extras, such as furniture, cable TV, wireless internet, heat, electricity, water, and garbage included.  Multiple payment plan options to best fit the needs of a diverse population.

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Knowledgeable, on-site professional and student staff dedicated to providing programming, safety, community development, and general support

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Just steps away from classrooms, computer labs, and campus resources like the library, campus theatre, gymnasium, financial aid, and more!

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Campus View Village Mission

Campus View Village (CVV) is a safe and inclusive residential community that offers students unique living and learning opportunities focused on developing the whole person.


Campus View Village Goals

Campus View Village commits to supporting the mission of Skagit Valley College by:

  • Welcoming and supporting all students;
  • Upholding accountability to safe and healthy student behaviors;
  • Maintaining clean and modern facilities conducive to the academic and personal success of students;
  • Developing meaningful leadership, engagement, and support strategies for students;
  • Collaborating with campus and community resources relevant to diverse student needs.

The Skagit Valley College Foundation owns and operates CVV in support of the College mission and Strategic Plan. As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the Foundation operates CVV as a self-supported entity with budget considerations in place to support ongoing maintenance and repair.


Campus View Village Residential Mailing Addresses

If you are having items mailed to you, please use the information below to make sure you are providing the correct address. In the sample below, the “XXXX” should be filled in with the number of your apartment house listed below.

Your Name
XXXX Sigmar Lane Your Apartment Number and Letter
Mount Vernon, WA 98273

XXXX Codes:
Jack Henriot = 2220
Ben Root = 2300
Schumaker = 2310
Cedar = 2320
Alder = 2330
Maple = 2400
Birch = 2410


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Interested in living in CVV? Click here to learn about the application process.

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