University Housing Services
University Housing Services strives to create a residential community that supports and enhances academic success, fosters the learning and development of our students, and promotes student involvement and civic engagement.
Visit the Housing Application Portal - New Portal Site, Please clear cache and restart browser if you have previously visited our old portal.
Should you have questions or need assistance during business hours, please contact us at email@example.com or at (408)795.5600. Staff at the building front desks are available to assist residents after hours and weekends.
Should you have questions or need assistance during business hours regarding payments, installment payment plans, or billing, please contact the Housing Cashier at firstname.lastname@example.org. or at 408-795-5600.
Don't have time to wait on the phone to talk to someone? Try our Housing Virtual Queue! Just tell us when you're available, whether you prefer a phone conversation or in-person visit, and someone from Housing will contact you during our office hours.
Find out the latest news with University Housing Services! All of our most recent updates and announcements will be posted here.
All students living in on campus housing are required to have the COVID-19 vaccine. Please refer to the links below for information about the housing and campus vaccine requirements and latest COVID-19 response updates.
We are accepting applications for Spring 2023 semester.
You can complete and submit the Housing application at our New Portal Site.
If you have previously visited our housing portal, please be sure to clear your cache and restart your browser before completing the application at our new portal site.
University Housing Services works in collaboration with the Accessible Education Center (AEC) to provide housing accommodations for students with documented disabilities who meet the eligibility and verification requirements. Students requesting an accommodation should review the Housing Accommodations information prior to completing the Housing Application.
Have you considered living in on-campus housing at the International House? The International House is home to U.S. and international students who are freshman through graduate students. As an SJSU housing option, the I-House community provides a diverse and welcoming intercultural living environment. Apply directly to I-House.
The Frosh Live-On Requirement is suspended for the 2023-2024 academic year. No student is required to live in on campus housing. Mandatory frosh do not need to complete and submit an exemption form.
Learn about meal plans and the on campus dining options offered by Spartan Eats.
Due to COVID restrictions, we are not currently offering in person tours of our residential buildings. NEW! 3-D Tours! We invite you to view our tour videos or take a 3-D tour at the links below.
- 3-D Tours
- Tour the Residence Halls and Apartments
- Additional Tours of the Residence Halls and Apartments
Information will be posted here when we resume in person tours.
Find out more about the student and professional staff employment opportunities available in University Housing Services
View our list of off-campus housing resources and properties. We also encourage you to check out the SJSU SAMMY app to connect with other SJSU students looking for off-campus housing.
Learn about the community living policies and guidelines that all residents are expected to follow. Review our Community Living Handbook for more information about living on campus, tips and campus resources.
COVID-19 Testing Information Video
Our special episode of Teddy Talks addresses SJSU's weekly follow up testing throughout the semester.
Spartan Community Promise
The Spartan Community Promise is a voluntary way to show your SJSU family that you care and that we are united.
University Housing Services Residential Community Compact
Please read our compact with the SJSU community in regards to COVID-19 safety and precautions.
Addendum to 2022-2023 Housing License Agreements
See the latest policies regarding the health and safety of our students during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Message from University Housing Services
Learn more about the actions we're taking to address the pandemic and keep our students safe.
Title IX Notice of Nondiscrimination
The California State University, which includes San José State, does not discriminate on the basis of gender, which includes sex and gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation in its education programs or activities.