Nov 2019: I was very impressed with the staff at campus village. I took a tour with one of the leasing managers and made me feel right at home. Overall campus village has great housing with the pool, basketball court, and a spacious layout. I’m glad to know they have a great staff along with great housing. Review from Google
Oct 2019: Freshman year I came to tour Campus Village and at that moment I knew this was home. This is my second year as a tenet, and I don’t think no other place will have the same cozy feeling. Their slogan is true. Life is better at the village. definitely recommend. Review from Google
Oct 2019: I’ve lived at Campus Village for almost 2 years & I love it! There’s so many amenities for such a great low price. My apartment & the people here make Campus Village feel like home. Review from Google
Sep 2019: If I could, I would give this complex 0 stars. I moved in, in August and so much has gone wrong. I was informed when I signed, in march, that I would have a specific layout. My lease was for what I thought I was getting, but they manipulated the lease agreement by stating it was for a 4x4 and not the specific one I was promised. I also had roommate assignment issues, and after one of my current roommates talked to the manager (because we thought one person talking would be easier than 4 people) but as soon as she read the email and realized what happened. She did not respond. I was also told that on move-in day I would get a key card for all day gym access and didn't get it until a month and a half later. Then, they promised study rooms to always be open, but their lighting system did not work. I also have issues with my AC in my room, as it feels 10 degrees hotter in my room than in the living room Review from Google
Sep 2019: I love living here! I live in a 4x4 and my room is very spacious, the gym is very nice, and the lazy river is lots of fun in the summer! It’s also very affordable considering all the amenities and compared to other complexes in college station! The only down side I’ve had so far is the limited closet space, but since the rooms are large so I was able to get and extra dresser! Review from Google
Jul 2019: bestsafe place to live, and the people are so nice. the service is great, the location is very convenient to school and every where else, I will really recommend living here. Review from Google
Jul 2019: Great place to live. Very nice community. It also has security so its nice to know. The staff is very nice and helpful. If you want to be able to have fun at the pool or just have some quite time in your room this is the place to be at. Also very close to campus, whata-burger, and H-E-B. Review from Google
Jun 2019: Leasing office is full of unhelpful employees. My package was delivered TWO weeks ago and they still cant find it. They some how put the blame on ME and told me I need to keep calling UPS to see where it is. When they literally admit the last name was signed by an employee. I have been back to the leasing office four times, and each time a manager has refused to talk to me, and no one has even owned up to the fact that they MIGHT have lost the package. One of the core reasons on why I am NOT signing here again. Review from Google
May 2019: I have lived at Campus Village for three years and the management and staff has gone so downhill. They don't enforce towing policies for residents who pay extra for reserved spots and the "amenities" rarely work. For example, they have been "updating" the gym for two years now, the hot tub never works and the wifi works about 20% of the time. I called the office yesterday to speak with a manager regarding my lease that is up in July and they wouldn't allow me to speak with one. After going back and forth with one of the college students who works at the front desk (at 3:30pm) he said a manager would be calling me shortly. It is now 8:30am the next day and I still have not heard from a manager. They entire leasing office is completely unprofessional and they do notcare about the residents at all. If you are looking for a place to live in College Station, I cannot encourage you enough to look elsewhere. Review from Google
Apr 2019: This place deserves zero stars but since i cannot rate them zero i’ll give them one. Let’s start at move in, On move in day my apartment was extremely dirty the rooms hadn’t been cleaned and the mirror on the closet door was cracked I was told that the apartment was in perfect condition - also the apartment we were put into was not the apartment style we signed for and there was already a tenant in the apartment that had no clue I was moving in. Our keys on move in day did not work the issue wasn’t fixed for a week and a half so we had to leave our apartment unlocked hoping no one noticed we never locked the door. Three months go by and then i get a notice that I haven’t paid rent since i moved in yet I signed up for automatic payments and the payments were coming out of my bank account but they had no record of me ever paying them a penny - I then informed them of the issue and they only responded with it’s my responsibility to pay and if they don’t have record or haven’t received payment i would be evicted Review from Google
Mar 2019: It is easy to spot how many fake reviews have been posted on Google by staff working at the complex. I am extremely disappointed by the lack of effort Whitney, the leasing manager has made on her part to fix the wifi in our apartment building. The staff wants to place the blame on Suddenlink, and will do nothing to personally help the residents of Campus Village. On top of that, why would management place flyers on doors before a break? That gives criminals a chance to know students aren’t home because they are all still up weeks later. Also, the trash situation is putrid, walls are paperthin, and new staff seem to rotate in on a weekly basis. If I had the time of day, I would write a dissertation examining the extent of Campus Village’s problems. Fix the resident’s concerns, Whitney! God bless Review from Google
Mar 2019: A friend and I came for a tour of the apartments at campus village and were escorted by Josh Phipps, he answered all of our questions, showed great customer service, and guided us through the process of signing our lease. Great overall experience.
Mar 2019: The included internet has had a few outages, the hot-tub was turned off all winter, my building’s computer lab has been closed since I moved in, and you can’t get packages when they’re delivered you have to wait until the office sorts them. The apartments themselves are pretty nice inside, but we get notices every couple of days that someone will be coming into our apartment. If you get in here at a steal, it’s probably worth it. If you get in here at $600 a month each or more, it’s definitely not worth it.
Feb 2019: Love this place! Signing up was super easy, Josh was super friendly and met my price range. He helped me find exactly what I was looking for. I would recommend campus village to anybody coming to college station for school, especially if they are on a budget. Review from Google
Jan 2019: I am have been so happy with Campus Village's staff! Maintenance is very quick and efficient, I've never waited more than a day for a work order to be completed. I've only spoken with the Leasing Manager (Sydney) and the Accounts Manager (Amber) on the management team but they are both very kind and always helpful! The leasing consultants are always friendly when you walk in and are happy to help as well! Overall I am extremely impressed with the customer service that the office staff provides! Review from Google
Nov 2018: They claim internet is 100Mb/s down but it's more like 1.8 at the very most and less than that the rest of the time. Walls are thin so if your roommates like to stay up, even just to chat, invest in a pack of earbuds. Price is the only good part but you bet once the lease ends I'll be anywhere but here. Review from Google
Nov 2018: I have lived at this complex for going on three years and it had been anything but pleasant. We were charged $75 because someone left three trash bags in the hallway next to our unit. The staff was unwilling to remove the charges and very rude. When we moved in in 2016, there was very little parking available for residents. To make it worse, campus village later took many of the spots and made them "reserved." To park in these spaces, you have to pay another monthly charge (last I heard $30). When I get home I usually have to park in the visitors lot in the front of the complex. Also, don't be fooled by the free wifi they offer. It only works about 30% of the time. At 8 pm sitting at my desk I cannot do my homework. Ridiculous. When I ask for answers, I am met with hostility from staff. Possibly the most troubling thing that I have experienced Review from Google
Sep 2018: I did originally enjoy this place, now it is a little eh. The 5x5 is wayyyy too small for 5 people, there is no cabinet space for dishes, food, or spices. Fridge and freezer are small as well. The restrooms for most of the 5x5 are outside of the room so that sucks. The rooms are tiny! Nothing fits, and there is no space to put anything in the room. Review from Google
Sep 2018: I am a recent A&M graduate school graduate and did notenjoy my stay here at Campus Village. I originally moved in 2016 and at first I enjoyed everything. However, there were problems spring of 2017 when a maintenance man told me to get a ladder and bleach to clean the mold that was growing on one of the ac vents in my room. I decided to stay here and notbreak my lease considering I signed to renew my lease November of 2016. I then had a problem with management resolving the issue.
They also proceeded to take $125 worth of latefees for a bill that was not "paid"; the automatic draft attempt failed. I did not receive a notification or a call out of courtesy from management until it was time to pay the following month's rent. I have paid all rent payments on time and they were on automatic draft from an account the 2 years I stayed here.
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Jun 2018: This is a review as a guest.
My brother in law lives at Campus Village. We joined him and some friends at the pool yesterday, and instead found the calmest spot in college station. The pool here features a lazy river and complimentary tubes to float with, a warwefall, hot tub, volleyball and sand volleyball, and a covered lounge area. The scenery is tasteful and clean. The water itself seems to be well maintained. There is visitor parking, but a locked gate keeps randoms out, and staff seemed to be on top of making sure non residents and the unruly were dealt with. Wonderful vibes across the board!
I would rent here for the pool alone! Review from Google
Jun 2018: The staff at Campus Village consists of poorly trained college students who have absolutely no clue what they are talking about. The apartment is very far from campus and you can get a better apartment for a cheaper price, closer to campus (try Northpoint Crossing, Park West, etc.) It may seem fine at first, but Campus Village is notorious for nickel and diming you upon moving out with hidden fees. Be very wary! Also, they bribe their residents with gift cards to write good reviews! I completely regret my decision to live here. Review from Google
May 2018: Great apartment layout and amenities. Staff is friendly and helpful. would recommend to any parent for their college bound graduate. Review from Google
May 2018: My son lived at Campus Village 2017-2018 school year and the manager, Latoya Anderson was great! She is very helpful and responsive when there is a problem. She helped us sub lease my sons apartment for the summer. We had a great experience living here! Review from Google
May 2018: I’ve really enjoyed living here! The staff is super nice, friendly, and helpful. I love that they are pet friendly, and the maitnence is honestly so fast and efficient. The pool is so nice I can’t wait to float the lazy river all summer. Will definitely be staying here for my time at A&M & would recommend it to friends, family, etc. Review from Google
Apr 2018: Love this place, just wish they would do more activities for the residents instead of perspective residents Review from Google