University Housing

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All students living on campus are REQUIRED to complete the COVID-19 Vaccination Self-Certification form on their portal. This self-certification provides the campus with critical information needed to maintain a safe campus environment. Housing applicants who fail to complete the COVID-19 Vaccination Self-Certification form will NOT be assigned to a space in Housing.

The main University Housing administrative office is located in the Commons Building of the new Residence Hall (building 72 on the CSUDH campus map).  

Our office hours are as follows:

  • Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: CLOSED

Our main (310) 243-2228 telephone line is open from 8:00am-5:00pm Monday-Friday (holidays excluded). You may also contact us via email at

If you are a current resident in need of assistance AFTER HOURS or on weekends, please contact the RA on Duty. If you have any difficulty reaching our staff, University Police dispatchers are also available 24/7 at (310) 243-3639 to assist in reaching our call staff in Housing.

New Housing Residence Hall 

Welcome to University Housing

University Housing provides a safe, inclusive living experience for CSUDH students that promotes independence, maximizes their educational experience, and facilitates their personal development. Below are links to helpful information about the various aspects of on-campus living.


If you plan on living on campus, apply for housing as soon as you can as we have a limited number of spaces. It’s convenient, safe, and affordable. University Housing is available for admitted or currently enrolled, degree-seeking CSUDH students only.

Spaces are still available for Fall 2023, so you may still apply to live on campus for the 2023-24 Academic Year.

Spring 2024 applications will open on Friday, October 27, 2023. 

Housing Data Pursuant to California Education Code 66014.6

Data as of June 30, 2023

Number of Enrolled Students

Existing campus inventory, including, but not limited to number of available beds on campus

Number of students on campus housing waiting list

Number of students who have removed themselves from the waiting list since the last report

Number of students who request campus-owned, campus-operated or campus-affiliated student housing

Number of incoming freshmen, transfer students, and international students requiring campus-owned, campus-operated, or campus affiliated student housing






292 incoming freshmen
101 transfer students
38 international students




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