Campus Heights Apartments
Arizona State College at Flagstaff constructed the Campus Heights Apartments to accommodate a student demand for more affordable family housing between 1963 and 2012. The apartments also provided students and their families conveniently located housing and resident-run programs for children. In 2004, Northern Arizona University replaced a section of single-story apartments of the Campus Heights Apartments with McKay Village. The remaining eight buildings contain twenty-eight 1 bedroom apartments and fifty-four 2 bedroom units.
Beginning in 2013, Campus Heights Apartments adopted the name I-House, or International House, and has offered space to international and US students interested in global and cross-cultural issues. The apartments give residents the opportunity to live and interact with a group of culturally diverse people.