The deadline to apply for housing for students admitted to Cal for Spring semester 2014 is October 1, 2013. There are many housing environments to choose from within the residence halls; traditional highrise residence halls, suite environments, single gender living, and theme programs. Each one has a unique style and amenities that make it special. When you live in the residence halls, you will have a meal plan, the Academic Services Centers, security monitor programs, live-in health workers, computing centers, tutoring, advising, in-room data lines, and a community that cares about you and your academic success!
As a one-year pilot program, we are proud to offer a housing guarantee to new freshmen spring semester admits coming in January, 2014.
RESIDENCE HALL HOUSING
Begin by reading the descriptions of the halls below and then apply for your choices (remember to select only doubles or triples, as the chances of first year students getting a single room are extremely slim).
Clark Kerr Campus: 900 students, 22 staff — co-ed residence halls and single gender suite environments. Single, double and triple rooms in residence hall buildings mixed with single, double and triple rooms in suite buildings.
Foothill: 791 students, 21 staff — co-ed and single gender suites, single, double rooms and triple rooms in suites.
Bowles: 192 first-year male students, 5 staff — quad rooms with shared common area for studying and 2 adjoining small rooms with bunked beds.
Stern: 267 female students, 7 staff — single, double and triple residence hall rooms and a few double rooms in suites.
Unit 1: 1434 students in 4 high rise halls and 2 mini suite buildings, 31 staff — 4 residence hall towers with co-ed and single gender floors, single, double and triple rooms and a few triple rooms in suites, and 2 mini-suite buildings .
Unit 2: 1435 students in 4 high rise halls, 1 mini suite, 1 apartment building, 31 staff — 4 residence hall towers with co-ed and single gender floors, single, double and triple rooms, and a few triple rooms in suites, 1 mini-suite building with double and triple occupancy bedrooms, 1 apartment building which houses upper-division students.
Unit 3: 1240 students in 4 high rise halls, 1 mid rise building, 27 staff — co-ed and single gender floors, single, double and triple residence hall rooms and a few triple rooms in suites.