Campus housing offers the ultimate in convenience and a supportive environment that helps students succeed in their academic goals.
Students who live on campus have a 10 to 15 percent better chance of doing well in college than students living off campus. On-campus students have better grades, take more units, and are more likely to persevere to achieve a university degree. - American Council on Education
A Variety of Housing Options
Many communities and housing options are available to choose from, including college apartments and residence halls, The Village, and the University Town Center.
Log in to Student Housing Online (studenthousing.ucsc.edu ) during the Priority Housing Application Period, April 15-22, 2013 (applications are accepted 24/7 so don't miss out!). Your chances of obtaining university housing are excellent if you apply during the priority period.
Housing Selection and Assignment Processes
Students who apply for Fall 2013 university housing during the priority period will be eligible to participate in the room selection processes or will be assigned housing by their Housing Coordinator.
All Campus Supplemental Room Selection – Thursday, May 23 – eligible students, who have not already selected a space at their applied-for-community, can log in to Student Housing Online to choose from any remaining spaces at other communities …
Community Staff Assign Wait List Students – beginning Friday, May 24 and continuing throughout the summer – once the student room selection process ends, the Housing Coordinator for each community will assign students to rooms or apartments as spaces become available …
Contact the Campus Housing Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (831) 459-2394