Copper Beech IS A LIVING-LEARNING ENVIRONMENT, MADE ESPECIALLY FOR STUDENTS!
Copper Beech Townhomes in Bowling Green, Ohio is the best place to live for BGSU students who don’t just want to settle for the ordinary student apartment complex. At Copper Beech, students get to connect with other Bowling Green State University students without living in a cramped dorm room. Our residents enjoy multi-floor living, private bathrooms and individual leases.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are utilities included?
Internet, cable and trash pick-up are all included in the the monthly rent.
Is Internet included?
Yes! High-speed internet is available in every bedroom!
Is cable TV included?
Yes! Cable is provided with a full lineup of channels in each unit.
Are there washers and dryers on the property?
Yes. Every apartment comes equipped with a washer and dryer.
Are meal plans required in Copper Beech?
All apartments come with a full kitchen, which includes a dishwasher and full size refrigerator. So, you can prepare your own meals without the means of a meal plan. However, meal plans are offered on campus if you are interested in purchasing one.
Are pets allowed?
Please call our friendly associates at your Copper Beech location to find out whether or not your pet can live with you! Please remember that the size and weight of your pet must be approved by the Property Manager at your Copper Beech community.
What's the difference between Copper Beech lease-agreement and other apartment leases?
Most Copper Beech locations offer individual leases, per person, rather than per apartment. Please call your local Copper Beech office to ask about their lease agreement!
Are the apartments furnished?
We offer furnished units that come with full size beds, a desk, chair, dresser, dining set, sofa, loveseat and table. We also offer unfurnished units as well.
What if I need maintenance in my room?
Copper Beech has its own maintenance staff. You can request maintenance by email, by calling our office or in person at the Clubhouse.
Can I choose my roommates?
Yes. Along with your lease agreement, you will receive a resident profile card. You can write in the name the roommate you want to live with, and we'll make sure you are assigned together.
Are any students given preference or priority in Copper Beech?
No. Copper Beech is leased on a first-come, first-served basis. Therefore, it is important that you lease as soon as practical to secure accommodations for next year.
Can I have overnight guests?
Yes. As long as you have discussed your guest's stay with your roommates, you can have overnight guests for up to three consecutive nights. Please make sure your guest parks in guest parking.
I'm graduating in December. Can I get out of my Copper Beech lease-agreement?
Copper Beech does not allow people to get out of their lease agreements. Copper Beech does allow tenants to find someone to take over their lease agreements for them. The responsibility however is that of the tenant to find a replacement. Contact Copper Beech directly to find out ways to make finding a replacement a little bit easier!
Is there parking on site? Do I have to pay to park?
Yes, there is parking on site. Please contact one of our Leasing Associates to find out if there are any fees for additional parking.
Is there a curfew at Copper Beech?
No. Copper Beech is an apartment facility and offers students a lot of freedom in an academic setting. However, residents are expected to behave in a mature, responsible and courteous manner while living in the community. You are living here with hundreds of other residents!
Can I request a specific room or building in Copper Beech?
Absolutely! We will try our best to accommodate all special requests. These requests can be made on the resident profile card as well as the application. Keep in mind that we operate on a first come first serve basis at Copper Beech so it is not always possible to grant you all of your preferences!
Is smoking permitted at Copper Beech?
No. We do not permit smoking in the units or inside the clubhouse. If you need a puff, go outside.
I'm getting ready to move in. What should I bring?
Here is a list of smart items to get you started? Shower curtain, plunger, toilet paper, toilet brush, bath mat, shower caddy, toothbrush holder, bathroom towels, mop and broom, vacuum, cleaning supplies, laundry basket, laundry detergent, bedding, hangers, dishtowels, sponges, dishes, utensils, pots and pans, first aid kit, trash can, coasters, alarm clock, iron and ironing board, bulletin board or dry erase board, pot holders, drain board, light bulbs.