“Success Lives Here”—that’s the motto of Student Housing at CSUN as our residents take advantage of the tools, resources and relationships that help them make the most of their college careers. CSUN Student Housing residents enjoy the independence of living on campus combined with the benefits of belonging to a diverse, learning-centered residence hall community. Student housing amenities include:
- Gated complexes
- Key card security
- Ethernet and wireless Internet (University Park)
- Recreation facilities, including a basketball court, volleyball court and three swimming pools
- Patrols by University Police
- Easy walking or biking to campus
- Staff support for life and academic adjustment and success
The Suites at University Park are a unique living concept designed for first-year students. Each suite is a furnished, comfortable two-person bedroom with a semiprivate bath. Every group of 16 suites has its own “hub” of living and study lounges.
The Apartments at University Park feature furnished two-bedroom apartments complete with living and dining area, kitchen or study area, bathroom and private balcony. The Apartments at University Park are excellent choices for first-year or returning students.
The University Village Apartments provide housing for students with dependent children and/or a spouse. Located in a park-like setting at the north end of campus, these unfurnished one- and two-bedroom apartments offer convenience, comfort and peace of mind.
Meal Plans: A variety of meal plan options are available through CSUN Dining. Students who choose or are assigned to an apartment without a kitchen are required to purchase a meal plan. Any student living in an apartment with a kitchen is welcome to purchase a meal plan, but it is not required. For more information on meal plans, visit The University Corporation website.
Tours: Arrange for a tour of living facilities by contacting Student Housing at the number listed above. A virtual tour is also available online.
Living Learning Communities (LLC) and Themed Living Communities (TLC): LLCs and TLCs are available exclusively to CSUN housing residents. Students live in halls and on floors designated for their communities. Your roommates and neighbors share the major, interest or defining life experience that makes you all members of your community. Each community offers its own scheduled events, academic support and social activities.
Residential Life Program: An extensive residential life program, coordinated by a professional staff, promotes the academic, personal and social growth of resident students through the implementation of many different programs and activities. A variety of paid leadership positions are available in the Office of Student Housing, such as resident advisor, academic mentor and office assistant.
Resident Halls Association (RHA) and Park Councils: Residents can develop their leadership skills through involvement in the Residence Hall Association and Park Councils. The organizations provide students with the opportunity to participate in residence hall governance.