Make Campus Your Home.
Living on campus is a jumpstart to students' learning and growth during their college careers at SDSU; residential students have everything they need to live, learn, and succeed conveniently located. Find which on-campus housing option is the best fit for you!
New and close to campus, the Southeast University Neighborhood offers apartments and townhouses.
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Choosing where to live is a big decision. Find additional information such as residency requirements and housing and meal plan costs.
Need information about living on campus at SDSU? Find details on room size information, description of what our staff do, ADA information, and FAQs.
Housing and Residential Life strives to accommodate all student needs in collaboration with the Office of Disability Services. Several residence halls have ADA accessible rooms, including Jackrabbit Village, Caldwell Hall, and Meadows.
Housing and Residence Life plays an important role in students’ learning, whether supporting the formal academic process or informal “life lessons.”
Stay up-to-date with important dates for housing and residential life throughout the year!
As a residential campus committed to the education of the whole person, the residential experience is considered an integral part of a student’s education and the SDSU experience.
From applications and release requests to housing contracts and policy handbooks, find important documents.