The College does not supply housing accommodations; we do not have dormitories. A listing of possible living accommodations for students in the nearby communities may be obtained in the Office of Student Life. The college, however, assumes no legal responsibility for providing or supervising off-campus housing facilities for students. Rooms for rent are posted on the Housing Resource Board, located across from the ASCC Office on the 2nd floor of Building 2300. The College does not provide housing for students but does offer information and referral to agencies for emergency housing and rental rights. To list a rental, visit or contact Office of Student Life (OSL.)
International students usually rent a furnished room in a home nearby or rent an apartment, either alone or shared with other International Students. Rent charges vary according to location, size of apartment and facilities in the complex. One bedroom apartments may cost $900 to $1200 per month and the rent of a furnished room (room and board) ranges between $600 and $900 per month. This price usually covers all utilities and kitchen privileges. There is usually a separate telephone line in the room, and students will be responsible for the payment. Students will be responsible for their own personal matters, such as cooking, laundry, etc.
Each new student should plan to arrive in the area at least 2 weeks before registration. Early arrival is necessary to provide adequate time to locate housing and become familiar with the area. Students should be prepared to spend the first few nights in a local hotel or motel, ranging in price per night from $75.00 to $110.00.It will be necessary for the student to make living arrangements before arriving in the country. Students seeking housing may want to contact the International Student Program Office for more details and cost.
Non-International Students should contact the Office of Student Life at 510-723-6914.