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IMPORTANT HOUSING INFORMATION

 

University Housing Services has been approved by the Chancellor’s Office to house 250 residents for the Fall 2020 semester.  For the safety of all residents, assignments will first be offered to Renaissance Scholars (former foster youth programs), those students identified by the Disability Resource Center, Kellogg Honors scholars, international students and students experiencing housing insecurity.  As space allows, consideration will be given to students that have a demonstrated need, have daily activities on campus or have a large distance to come to campus. 

 

University Housing Services is adapting our room configurations and community guidelines based on the recommendations of local/state and Department of Health Officials through-out the 2020-2021 academic year. This will limit the number of students that we can have in each room, and as such our availability of spaces throughout next academic year. Due to the uncertainty and limited occupancy, we CANNOT guarantee students will be offered a space. As we are able, we will open more spaces and adjust the policies throughout the year. 

 

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Due to COVID-19, during the application process, students may elect to defer their housing initial payment.  The initial payment will be included in the first Fall housing installment due on August 12, 2020.
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Future Residents

Future Residents

Studies show that living on campus can greatly improve your academic and social successes. Students that wish to apply and live on campus may complete the housing application.   

 

UPDATE: No Housing Requirement for 2020-2021 Academic Year

At this point, it is unclear how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact our operations in student housing and residential life during the 2020-21 Academic Year. University Housing Services (UHS) will work with state/local authorities and Department of Health to adapt our Fall 2020 room configurations and community guidelines.

Due to the uncertainty and likely limited occupancy, Cal Poly Pomona will be suspending the Freshmen Housing Application requirement for the 2020-2021 Academic Year for ALL first-year students. UHS will remove all applicable holds and check lists items from affected students accounts. Students that have already applied have until the first day of school (August 20, 2020) to cancel their application without any financial penalty.

UHS will be communicating with students as information becomes available and plans for the academic year are finalized.

Current Residents

Current Residents

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Residence Life

Residence Life

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