"Lived here for 2 years and it was a great experience. I lived in the upstairs units, which are very spacious and more private. This is a nice place to live if you can afford it. It is very close to campus, which is also a bonus. The management staff is very polite and friendly. Cali does a great job tending to all the residents problems and making sure that their accommodations are met. The people at the front desk are also friendly and helpful when it comes to questions, or even just picking up your mail. The maintenance team is also friendly and helpful, and they will certainly get to your repair requests quickly and efficiently if there is a problem. Also, the security guard, Lou, is one of the best. He makes sure that the students are safe, and comfortable. Overall, this is a nice place to be. There are a lot of great people who live and work here, and who are a pleasure to be around. Definitely consider living here if you want to be close to campus."
"When looking at the surrounding housing around Penn State Harrisburg, I was looking for beds bigger than a twin, a shower with a tub, and a place where I didn't feel overwhelmed with noise. CH not only was the most secure option but one that met all my needs. With their full sized beds and full sized bathrooms I was a happy camper! For the last 3 years campus heights has been my home away from home. Between the amazing accommodations and the friendliness of all staff, such as those awesome student reps we interact with the most and the really nice manager. I have felt beyond welcomed from the beginning. I'm really sad to leave. I would recommend Campus Heights to anyone who is looking for a home away from home while attending Penn State Harrisburg. Don't forget to get to know your neighbors by going to all the awesome events they throw and the free giveaways they have!"
"I lived at Campus Heights all four years I've been at Penn State Harrisburg. Even though it is off campus housing, it still feels like your on campus since there are so many students that live there. It becomes a small community of its own with residents making friends with others in their building and surrounding buildings. It's a nice space to hang out with just your roommates, invite your friends over, or go into your private room to just be with yourself to study or relax after a long day of classes. It definitely doesn't hurt that the apartment includes a full kitchen, two bathrooms, and cable in every room. And don't forget to be on the lookout for fun giveaways and events that the leasing office will host! I couldn't have found a better place to call home for the last four years."