Spring Move Out Newsletter 2015

SF State’s Housing  Spring Move Out newsletter is now available. Please see our newsletter for information regarding Move-out basics, important Financial Aid information, Commencement, Summer Housing and much more!


Summer 2015 Housing

Information for Summer 2015 Housing is now available. Please click here to reach our information page.


Orientation Accommodations

Accommodations for Orientation will be arranged through the Office of Conference Services.
For basic Orientation information, please see the Orientation website. For accommodations, please see the Conference Services website.


2015-2016 Academic Year Application

The SF State Housing application for 2015-2016 is now available. Applicants will need to apply for the University before applying for Housing, as the SF State ID number and password are required to access the online Housing application. Once you received your student identification number, it may take 24 hours for your student identification number to register in our system. We recommend that you wait a day or so to process your application. For more information, please see our application information page.


Returning Resident Process 2015

Current residents: If you might be interested in living on campus again for the 2015-2016 academic year, please read our Returning Resident Process information, available now! The Process begins March 2!


Intent to Vacate

Any student who want to leave at the end of the semester for any reason must submit an Intent to Vacate form. For more information please visit our Current Resident page.


Housing Payments

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.


Student Feedback

Student Concerns & Complaints

San Francisco State University believes all feedback, whether positive or negative, is valuable in order to successfully assist our student body. The Division of Student Affairs has created a unique website providing students with resources concerning grievances and problem solving. We encourage all students to utilize these resources.