Five different Campus apartments are available for junior, senior and transfer undergraduate students. All apartments have wireless internet access and are cable ready with satellite TV hookups. Some transfer students may be assigned to the Missions A complex which offers suite-style living. Several faculty and Resident Ministers reside in the campus apartments along with area Community Directors, Assistant Community Directors, and Resident Assistants. Each resident has a chest of drawers, desk, desk chair, plus all units have a sofa and chair, dining table and chairs, and kitchens that include stoves and refrigerators. No small appliances, dishes, pans or utensils are provided. The room rates for all the apartment complexes include the cost of utilities.
With a wide range of student housing options for upperclassmen as well as graduate, transfer and law students, you’re sure to find that perfect place to call home. Add in the fact that you’ll have convenient access to resources and support from resident assistants, faculty and University Ministry staff who share your living space, and it’s clear why so many Toreros choose to stay on campus after their first-year living experience.
Interested in learning more about transfer housing. Click here to learn more about the different housing options and we look forward to you joining our campus community. USD requires that all unmarried freshmen students, under 21 years of age and not commuting from the primary (i.e. full-time) home of their parent(s) or legal guardian, must live in university housing. All contracts are for the full academic year, which consists of both fall and spring semesters, or if entered into after the beginning of the academic year, for the remainder of that academic year. These policies apply to any freshman and transfer students who enter USD with less than 30 credit units.
Home of the Second Year Experience, Sitting adjacent to the Sports Center Complex, residents of the Alcalá Vista Apartments live less than a two-minute walk to the student fitness center, pool and tennis courts. This Spanish Renaissance-style complex features three elegant courtyards for residents to relax in. The three-story complex has 192 apartments, designed to accommodate up to four residents each.
Next to Manchester Canyon Field stands Manchester Village, which offers a more personalized living experience. Students may choose from one, two or four bedroom apartments.
Coed by floor, the Missions A Complex offers suite-style living, as each floor having a semi-private shower and bathroom, with furnished lounges
Across from Missions Café and Fitness Center in the area known as "The Valley" are the San Antonio De Padua apartments. The San Antonio de Padua offers units consisting of studios for two residents and large one-bedroom apartments for three residents. A laundry room, study/computer lounge and recreation room are located on the ground level of this three-story building. A swimming pool is located at the south end of the building.
Adjacent to the Missions Café and Fitness Center in the area known as "The Valley" are the San Buenaventura apartment complexes. San Buenaventura is USD's newest residence hall, and features apartments with larger rooms and bathrooms. The building also has a plethora of study rooms, multipurpose rooms and even a classroom, where several classes are held each year.
Located just across campus, the University Terrace Apartments (UTAs) offer one of the most spectacular views in San Diego. Overlooking Mission Bay, residents of the UTAs get a front row seat every evening to the sun setting over the Pacific Ocean. Each of the 38 units offers a furnished living room, full kitchen, and a spacious patio. The UTAs have two bedrooms and can house three to four residents.
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