The Office of Housing and Residential Life at California State University, Long Beach recognizes that learning takes place both in and out of the classroom. We create inclusive communities that foster student health and wellness, personal and social development, academic excellence and good citizenship. In collaboration with our campus partners, we are responsive to the needs of our residents and clients and endeavor to provide high quality service. We are committed to a clean, well maintained, safe and secure environment for the comfort and protection of students, faculty, staff and guests.
CSULB has three residential colleges consisting of 20 hall buildings and 3 dining halls, accomodating more than 2400 students. Check out the virtual tours for each residence hall and dining hall.
If you are interested in university housing and if you have been admitted to the university, we encourage you to apply now!
Room and board costs vary depending on the type of accommodation and food service plan selected.
Read through the frequently asked questions for answers to common questions about housing at CSULB.
First-time freshmen are required (as space is available) to live in University Housing during their first year at CSULB unless they are over 21 years old or will be living at home with a parent(s) or legal guardian(s) during their entire freshmen year.