Healthy eating isn’t always easy at school. Students might find that they don’t have the money to buy well-rounded meals, or the cafeteria food might not check all the boxes.
Have It All and in One Place
Modern, social, and efficient environment, that caters to your needs as a busy student.
Cottages at Greensboro offers you a variety of options for your home away from home. All 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, and 4 bedroom apartments are leased by the bed, so you don’t have to worry about paying someone else’s rent. Our student packages include the details you need to live, study, relax, and have fun as a student on your own.
A Complete Student Lifestyle
A stylish apartment, a relaxing retreat, a tricked-out space where you can study, swim, and socialize… all this and more awaits you at Cottages at Greensboro. From a computer lounge to vibrant outdoor spaces to on-site services like the fitness center, everything you need to organize, elevate, and live the student life of your dreams is in one place.
Short Walk to Campus
BBQ Grilling Areas
42” Flat Screen TV in Every Apartment
Fast and Free Wi-Fi
Full-Size Washer and Dryer in Every Apartment
At the Heart of Campus Living
Cottages at Greensboro is a short walk from North Carolina A&T State University. We’re right next to the new Aggie Football Stadium, which comes in handy on game days – Go Aggies! The campus bus stops right by us, and it’s just a five-minute ride to downtown.
Around the Neighborhood
Greensboro is a student city where someone is always biking, running, skating, hiking, and hanging outdoors in scenic parks, and on nearby lakes. When you live at Cottages at Greensboro, you live near the best of everything Greensboro has to offer, just steps away from the best dining spots and within walking distance to groceries and household items.
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If you are unsure about what to bring to college, figuring out what will stay and what will go with you can seem like a daunting task.
There’s no doubt that college is expensive! The broke student stereotype exists for a reason, and many students live this stereotype each year.