Housing

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Secoya  Halls

First Year Living

First year communities are located in the Residence Halls and the Traditional Halls. All first year residents have the opportunity to request placement within our College Themed Communities, which ties the academic experience with residence life. Both communities are all within walking distance of classes, library, bookstore, food establishments and other resources. Amenities include a local fitness center, satellite television, high-speed Internet, reserved parking areas, laundry facilities and more.

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Residential Suites

University Housing Services offers transfer, returning and graduate students the opportunity to live at the Residential Suites. The community highlights privacy, comfort, and convenience. Each of the three floor plans has one interior entrance leading into a living room and kitchenette area, with bedrooms offering additional privacy. Combined with other amenities that include air conditioning, private balconies, elevators to the upper levels, an on-site cafe/convenience store, large study room areas, high-speed Internet access in all the rooms with wireless access points in study areas, satellite television service, and a convenient location on campus, this community guarantees a secure and comfortable living environment.

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Suites - Del Sol
Center for Regenerative Studies  - Riverfront

Center for Regenerative Studies

Limited housing is offered at the John T. Lyles Center for Regenerative Studies (CRS) in partnership with Cal Poly Pomona. CRS, located near the Farm Store, offers sustainable housing to students who have completed 36 units or more, or to graduate students. The Center's hillside setting offers a peaceful environment surrounded by scenery of water gardens and fruit bearing trees. The CRS is conveniently located within walking distance or a quick shuttle to other academic units on campus, the library, computer labs, dining areas.

 

These facilities have a laundry room, study areas, recreation room/TV lounge, mailboxes and community kitchenettes. Satellite television service is provided in each room. Both of the buildings are co-ed.

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College Themed Communities

The College Themed Community program provides residents an opportunity to create meaningful connections with students, faculty, and staff. Communities are created based on college, class level, or student experience. Residents who participate in College Themed Community events will engage in events and support services planned in order to help students be successful in college. Students learn about topic areas critical to their success (wellness, diversity, career) and engage in programs meant to promote community building amongst faculty, staff and peers. Students will leave with a better understanding of themselves and what it means to be a member of a community.


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Housing Communities

Residential Halls

Residence Halls

Sicomoro and Secoya are first-year communities located on the south side of campus. The residence halls are close to the Center Pointe Dining Commons, library, and Bronco Student Center. Each hall offers single, double, and triple spaces with assigned, community restrooms located in each wing.

Montecito Hall

Traditional Halls

The traditional halls are first-year communities located on the north side of campus. The four, red-brick buildings (Encinitas, Montecito, Alamitos, & Aliso) are conveniently located near the colleges, library, and Bronco Student Center. Each traditional hall offers single, double, and triple spaces, with communal restrooms located in each wing.

Residential suites

Residential Suites

The residential suites are suite-style communities designed with privacy, comfort and convenience in mind. Offering beautiful views of the campus and the San Gabriel Mountains, all suites have balconies, an interior entrance leading into a living room and kitchenette area, with individual bedrooms.
Students at the CRS

Center for Regenerative Studies

The Center for Regenerative Studies is located on the 16 acre site near the Farm Store with an easy walking distance or a quick shuttle ride to the academic buildings, library, computer labs, dining areas, student union, and parking lots.
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