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Housing Area Previews

Find out about each of UCSD’s seven living areas and what they offer for on-campus housing in 2017-2018. Area overviews and typical layouts are being reviewed and are subject to change.

*Please note that due to specialty housing options, location of space may change. We suggest checking back frequently as the process continues for updated information.

Continuing Student Housing Information Sessions

  • Revelle will not hold student housing information sessions this year. If you have specific questions please contact the Revelle Resident Life Office

General Information

Room Selection spaces for the 2017-2018 academic year will be available in the Charles David Keeling Apartments, as well as some Residence Hall Spaces. The Charles David Keeling Apartments are located in the Revelle Residential Area, and are west of the Revelle Fleet Residence Halls. Each apartment is designed to house 6 students in four bedrooms (two single rooms and two double rooms).

We encourage you to stay up-to-date on all e-mail correspondences you receive from Housing Dining Hospitality and our office. Feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.

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General Information

Room Selection is just around the corner! All correspondence about Room Selection will be conveyed to you only to your UCSD email address! Keep your email box empty and check it often!

You and two of your friends may have the opportunity to live together. All of you must be Muir College registered and have a lottery time and access code, as will be the case if you are interested in forming a gender-inclusive apartment. Applications for gender inclusive housing are available through the Muir College residential life website and are due on Friday, April 7.

Space availability will be in the Muir residence halls, Tenaya and Tioga Halls, and in the Tuolumne and Tamarack Apartments. There may be overflow housing available at another College for Muir continuing students but this location has not been determined at this time. Layouts of all Muir living areas will be posted on the Room Selection website. Tours of the Muir Apartments will be conducted in early spring quarter. Watch for the date and the details!

Tuolumne Apartments

Each apartment houses 4 or 5 students in one double and two or three singles. If there is space available at your Room Selection time, students will choose an apartment and select a specific room in that particular apartment in which to live.

Tamarack Apartments

Each apartment houses 6 students in two doubles and two singles. If there is space available at your Room Selection time, students will choose an apartment and select a specific room in that particular apartment in which to live.

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Informational Meetings

  • Thursday, April 13th from 4:30pm-6:00pm in Angela’s Space

Know what you are looking for in your housing for the 2017-2018 year? Marshall Residential Life has coordinated a meeting for you to Check on your options, dialogue with Student Legal Services regarding off campus housing, hear from Marshall Housing Representative regarding on campus options, and ask questions of continuing students. You’ll gain valuable information about room selection, Gender Inclusive Housing, the legalities of living off campus, and tours of TMC Uppers and Lower apartments. Be informed on how to best continue your Know Check Be for next year while continuing to become a Scholar and Citizen.

General Information

Thurgood Marshall College offers two types of apartments for continuing students. The LOWERS are townhouses (A-F) with two styles: 1) four students per apartment with two singles and one double bedroom or 2) two students per apartment in one double bedroom. The UPPERS are a cluster of six houses (G-M) surrounding a cul-de-sac, each apartment houses five or six students within a single and two double or triple bedroom(s). All apartments are fully furnished with kitchenettes, cable TV, and Internet connections. Both areas have easy access to a mailroom, laundry facilities, and Goody’s. Please check back as layouts and room types may be subject to change.

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Confused about Room Selection? Looking for Roommates?

The Warren Residential Life Office will be hosting a Room Selection Information Session on Wednesday, April 19 from 7-7:45pm at the Warren Student Activity Center. A Find-a-Roommate Social will immediately follow from 7:45-8:15pm. In addition, we offer an informal matching service for eligible students. Stop by the front desk at the Warren Residential Life Office to fill out an interest form and check out information from other eligible students looking for roommates.

General Information

Earl Warren College Apartments consist of four to five students in two bedroom apartments. All units are furnished and include computer data and cable television connections. The Warren Housing Complex features Canyon Vista Restaurant, Earl’s Place (a convenience store/coffee house), the Warren Student Activity Center (SAC), a community garden, basketball and volleyball courts. Two Olympic size pools are located close to the apartment complex. Please see the link below for an overview of the Warren campus. More detailed maps featuring building layouts and apartment locations are available at the Warren Residential Life Office or at: http://warren.ucsd.edu/res-life/neighborhood.html.

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Informational Meetings

  • Wednesday, March 15, 2017 – 7:00 – 8:00 pm; Living-Learning Communities Info Session (Raza LLC), Marshall Room, Price Center West
  • Wednesday, April 12, 2017 – 7:00 – 8:00 pm; ERC General Room Selection Info Session, Middle Earth Lounge

General Information

The ERC apartments feature four different single-story floor plans, each fully furnished with a kitchen, living/dining room, and four single bedrooms. There are no full double bedroom options available in the ERC Apartments, however a limited number of mini-double bedroom are available in Earth North, Earth South, and Mesa Verde. Balconies and terraces are featured only on the top three floors of Earth Hall, North and South. There are a number of apartments designated as “Quiet Living,” specifically for residents looking for a quieter living environment. The ERC apartments contain laundry facilities, study and meeting rooms, mailroom, computer labs, classrooms, and dining facilities.

Overflow housing for ERC is still being decided upon. The exact location has yet to be determined. Please check back in May for updated information as space location at other colleges may change.

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Informational Meetings

  • Wednesday, 4/5/2017, 6 PM in the Sixth College Lodge

General Information

Room Selection space for 2017-18 will be available in the Sixth College and Matthews Apartments. The Sixth College Apartments and Sixth College Matthews Apartment Complex are serviced by the Foodworx dining facility and the Sixth Market.

Students may have a variety of 3-6 person apartment styles, including single, double and triple rooms, to choose from in the Sixth College and Matthews Apartments.

Sixth College will also house the Multicultural Living & Learning Community (MCLLC) and African Black Diaspora Living & Learning Community (ABDLLC), the applications for which are due on March 19, 2017 at 11:59 PM.

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Informational Meetings

  • Wednesday, April 5th 2017; 4pm in Village West Building 2 Meeting Rooms
  • Friday, April 14th 2017; 6pm in Village West Building 2 Meeting Rooms

General Information

Village apartments range from 4-9 person units which include single, double and triple rooms to choose from. Students who are accepted to the Village can select space and additional roommates. Village Theme Housing Communities include:

  • Quiet Scholars *New* - Village West Building 8
  • Bio-Sciences and Computer Science Engineering– Village East Tower
  • Please note theme communities are Pre-assigned (You do not go through room selection).

The Village community includes:

  • 3 Laundry Rooms
  • 1 Game Room
  • 8 Study Rooms ranging in capacity
  • 2 Computer Labs
  • 1 Outdoor BBQ area with lounge seating
  • 2 Outdoor Surfer Showers
  • 2 Ocean Viewing Terraces
  • 1 Mailroom with extended hours
  • The Village Place & Market
  • The Bistro Dining
  • Walking distance to RIMAC, Spanos Athletic Performance Center and outdoor recreation

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