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Residence Halls

CSULB has 18 residence hall buildings on campus and a off-site residential complex, accommodating more than 2,400 students. All halls are coeducational, and with the exception of a limited number of single rooms at Residence Commons, the rooms are intended for double occupancy. Students are assigned same-sex roommates, and bathrooms are not coeducational. A custodial staff maintains all bathrooms and public areas.

Residential Learning College (RLC)

Residential Learning College (RLC)

These newly acquired residence halls are perfect for students who are looking for the intimacy of a small, residential college but want the opportunities of a large university.

Los Alamitos Hall

Los Cerritos & Los Alamitos Halls

Closest to campus and classroom facilities are the traditionally designed Los Cerritos and Los Alamitos halls.

Parkside Commons residence hall

Parkside Commons

Parkside Commons consists of nine two-story buildings, bordered on one side by a municipal park. All nine buildings are of the suite design.

Residence Commons hall

Residence Commons

The Residence Commons complex consists of six two-story, carpeted halls utilizing a self contained suite design.

International House residence hall

International House

The International House offers a unique living opportunity. Utilizing a modern lodge design, this two story building includes double rooms in a two or three room suite design with a shared bathroom.

Accommodations

Once you decide to live on campus you can enjoy:

  • Free basic phone service
  • Free cable TV
  • Free Internet access
  • Tutoring by on-campus faculty
  • Low-cost or free programs and events
  • Free admission to regular season athletic events

Room Furnishings

What do you need to bring? Not much. All rooms are approximately 15 by 11 feet and furnished with a bed, dresser, desk, chair, wastebasket, closet and mirror. Pillows and mattress covers are provided.

Residents must provide their own blankets, sheets (twin extra long), pillowcases, bedspreads, towels and study lamps. Refrigerators, microwaves, personal computers, stereos with headphones and compact televisions are also standard luxuries to consider.

Before you decide whether to bring all of these things, you may want to wait until you come to the campus and meet your roommate, and then together, you can decide on what you'll need. Sorry, we don't have storage space for additional items.