Fall Move In Day 2015
Students who have been confirmed for Fall 2015 will move in on August 20, 2015 after 10am. On July 31, the Housing office will send out emails to our confirmed students with a suggested time to move in. An FAQ page will be available at the beginning of August for students and parents to review.
2015-2016 Housing Application Closed
Due to an unprecedented number of housing applications received, SF State Housing is no longer accepting the $800 Initial Payment as of 5pm PDT Friday, May 15, 2015.
Students are still welcome to apply and complete the online License Agreement to be added to the non-paid waiting list. The application requires a non-refundable $55 application fee. When a space becomes available due to a cancellation, the applicant will be asked to pay the $800 Initial Payment to be confirmed for the space.
Summer 2015 Tours
Summer 2015 Housing
Information for Summer 2015 Housing is now available. Please click here to reach our information page.
Spring 2016 Application
The Spring 2016 application will be available in September. The License Agreement and Initial Payment will be available in November. We will provide further information later during Summer 2015.
Students on the Fall 2015 wait list can change their application to Spring 2016 by emailing the Housing Office.
*Please note that changing your application to Spring 2016 will cancel your Fall 2015 application and License Agreement, and remove you from the wait list.
Housing installment payments are due the first of each month, September through April. For the Fee Schedule, Installment Breakdown, and answers to your payment questions, please see the Paying for Housing section of our website.
Payments must be made by 5pm on the 5th of each month to avoid the $20 late fee.
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