Campus Housing and Residence Halls

In partnership with other university departments, we continually enhance our facilities, services and programs in order to provide a safe, inclusive living community and to create learning opportunities that support the holistic growth of each resident.

Ask any current Torero resident or the scores of alumni who once called Alcalá Park home—they will tell you their number #1 reason for living on-campus is/was the sense of community that comes from living among your peers. Nothing can compare to the fun and excitement of living in an environment where the learning never stops and lasting memories are waiting to be made.

2018-19 Returning Student Housing Sign-Ups

Interested in housing next year? The housing sign-up process closed February 28, 2018 at 4PM. The 2018-19 application is available April 16 at 12noon through the portal. Please note that housing is limited and not guaranteed beyond the two-year residency requirement.

If you have a specific room or roommate request please provide that information as soon as possible to housing@sandiego.edu. 

The housing sign-up process for new incoming first year and transfer students will not begin until mid-May.

2018 Summer Housing

Interested in staying in San Diego this summer? You do not have to be taking classes or working on campus to live on campus this summer as long as you are a continuing USD student.

If you are interested in living on campus for summer 2018 please complete the summer housing application, which is now available. Applications must be submitted to USD 5 business days prior to your requested move in day to avoid a $65 late application fee.

Summer housing will be offered in Manchester Village Building One, the University Terrace Apartments, Presidio Terrace (grad/law and continuing students only) and San Antonio de Padua.

The daily rate for a shared room is $36 and the daily rate for single room is $44. Your student account will be billed based on the dates you provide on your application.

Transitional housing is available at the daily rate for spring 2018 and fall 2018 residents only.

To learn more about summer housing please visit our website. You can also contact Residential Life by housing@sandiego.edu or 619-260-4777. Our office is located on the garden level of Missions Crossroads 125.

Second Year Residency Requirement

The University has completed a significant study focused on recreating the success of the first year experience and duplicating this for second year students. Learn more about on campus housing for second year students. Living on campus offers the perfect balance.

Renter's Insurance

Living on campus is a great opportunity but please consider pursuing Renter's Insurance or asking your parents about their home owner's insurance. Residential Life does not exclusively promote a particular provider but there is important information about your housing agreement and liability considerations.

The Apartment Experience

Learn more information about living in on campus apartments at USD from the student perspective. We offer fully furnished apartments with full kitchens.

Take a tour of the Residence Halls

Are you interested in taking a virtual tour of our residence halls? Join Torero Life as they take you through two of our residence halls for first-year students and second-year students!

USD Fix My Home

If you have an issue in your room or apartment, please use our new convenient online work orders system to submit your requests. The entire process is moving to a paperless process to save the environment and get your requests addressed faster. You can submit a work order through our new system. If you have any questions please contact us at (619) 260-4777 or via email at housing@sandiego.edu.

2018 Spring Move Out Dates

Law Students move out date is no later than noon on Sunday, May 13, 2018.

For all graduate residents, move out date will be 24 hours after your last final or noon on Thursday, May 24, 2018, whichever comes first.

For all undergraduate residents, move out date will be twenty-four hours after the Resident’s last examination or noon on Thursday, May 24, 2018, whichever comes earlier.

For all students who will be graduating on the weekend of May 26-27, move out date will be no later than noon on Monday, May 28, 2018.

Please review the closing memo (will be posted by April) for check-out instructions.

2018 Spring Housing

The housing application for both new and returning students is no longer available for the 2018 spring semester.

If you are still in need of spring housing please contact Residential Life at 619-260-4777 or at housing@sandiego.edu with your request as soon as possible because housing is limited.

Incoming First Year Students: Living Learning Communities

The University of San Diego has a two-year residency requirement. Please visit the First-Year housing webpage for more information. 

Residence Hall LLC Room Types
Camino/Founders Cultivate and Illuminate Double (limited), triple and quadruple rooms.
Maher Collaborate Single (limited), double (limited), triple and quadruple rooms.
Missions A Advocate Single and double rooms.
Missions B Innovate Single and double rooms.

Incoming Transfer and Returning Students

Transfer/upperclassman housing is VERY limited and not guaranteed for students that are not a part of the two-year residency requirement.

The University of San Diego has a two-year residency requirement. Please visit the Transfer Student Housing and Second Year Housing webpages for more information. 

If you would like to be connected to off-campus housing resources, please contact Residential Life at housing@sandiego.edu

Incoming and Returning Graduate/Law Students

Housing for graduate and law students is VERY limited. Additional resources can be found at the off-campus housing website. Please email housing@sandiego.edu to be added to the interest list and our office will contact students based on availability.

Information on Emergency Preparedness for our Resident Students

Learn about emergency preparedness for resident students.

FAQ's

Have a question? Check out our FAQ Page.

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