Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ
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About Papago Apartments
Papago Apartments opened in 2014 and consist of two buildings. There are two floor plans to choose from. The apartments feature a large shared laundry facilities on each floor, an open lobby for community, and an outdoor pool.Gender: CoedResidents: Undergraduate Student
Amenities at Papago Apartments
- Recreation room
- Air Conditioning
- Laundry room
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Resident Reviews of Papago Apartments
- Freshman | February 26
Living in the Papago Apartments is one of the best things about this school year at GCU! It is the reason i met my best friend who lives one floor above me and now we do everything together. It also is a great location that is central to campus so everything is not too far! There’s also a gym, amazon lockers (which I have definitely taken advantage of), student disability services, and the health clinic!
- Senior | February 26
This is an upperclassman apartment right in the middle of campus, it’s all brand new & honestly feels like a hotel it’s so nice. I have my own room & share a bathroom with one other person. I love how quiet it is but close to fun things Papago is!
- Junior | March 13
Room Types at Papago Apartments
- Studio, 2-person
The studio at Papago Apartments contains two bedrooms and one bathroom for two students and are unfurnished. Each room contains one twin extra-long bed and mattress per student, as well as a microwave and a small refrigerator.
- Apartment, 4-person
Papago Apartments contain four bedrooms and two bathrooms for four students, and are unfurnished. Each apartment contains one twin extra-long bed and mattress per student. Apartments contain a living room and a fully equipped kitchen.
- Apartment, 1-person
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- Studio, 2-person
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