The SDSU Housing and Residential Education Website offers on-campus housing for undergraduate and graduate students. Students choose to live on campus for a variety of reasons including convenience, proximity to campus, meeting friends, and fully experiencing the U.S. college tradition.
The demand for on-campus housing usually exceeds the spaces available, so you should apply as early as possible.
Most students move into their residential communities the weekend before classes start. However, as a new international student, you may need to move in earlier. To apply for Early Arrival Housing, visit the Housing and Residential Education Website.
How to apply for on-campus housing
For information on how to apply for on-campus housing at SDSU, please visit the Housing and Residential Education Website.
Your first night in the U.S.
On-Campus housing does not provide pillows, sheets, blankets, and towels. If you plan to arrive in San Diego at night, we recommend staying in a hotel so that you do not need to bother with purchasing these items after your long flight.