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On Campus Housing for Spring 2022


Information about the availability of on campus housing for the Spring 2022 semester will be posted in late October.  Please check our website for updates. 


Meal Plan Change Week, Oct 25 - Nov 1

Click on your building link below for information about the upcoming meal plan change week

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Housing COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement

For 2021-2022 academic year, all housing students are required to have received the full COVID-19 vaccination prior to moving in.  Learn more about the Housing COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement.


2021-2022 Academic Year Housing Application!

Due to the demand for on campus student housing and our current waitlist, we are no longer accepting applications for our residence hall and apartment communities.   

If you're interested in housing in the area, please review our list of off campus housing resources.


On-Campus Housing at the International House!

Have you considered living in on-campus housing at the International House? The International House is open to U.S. and international students.  Any SJSU student can apply!  Visit the International House for more information about the International House and their application process.

Should you accept a space at the International House and want to cancel your space with University Housing Services, upon receipt of your cancellation request and verification of your assignment at the International House, your contract with University Housing Services will be canceled and you will receive a credit for the initial payment and any additional housing charges ($50 non refundable application fee excluded) paid to University Housing Services.


Updates to Residence Community Policies for 2021-2022

Masks Policy

All persons entering the residence halls and apartments need to wear a mask while in the buildings until they enter their assigned room. 

Face coverings or masks must be worn by all students, faculty, and staff in the residence halls and apartments at all times when indoors, except when in their personal room/suite.. Face coverings or masks should be worn when difficult to maintain at least six feet of physical distance from others. 

Face coverings or masks should be worn correctly when wearing a mask is required.

Prior to having guests over, roommates should discuss what their comfort level is with having guests not wearing masks. If roommates cannot reach a compromise, guests will be required to wear masks while visiting residents. Residents and guests may utilize common spaces and lounges. All persons utilizing the common spaces and lounge areas must have a mask on at all times.

Guests/Visitation

Residents will be permitted to bring one (1) guest into the building beyond lobbies and common areas. Guests must adhere to our policies and procedures. Guests must be with their host resident at all times. Residents are responsible for their guest and the guest's actions. Guests are considered anyone who currently lives in the SJSU residence halls or apartments. Students not living in SJSU residence halls or apartments, nonstudents, and family are not permitted beyond lobby areas without prior permission of UHS staff. Residents may have up to two visitors to assist them with moving in. Visitors are only permitted in the building for the duration of the move in process. 

Residents and guests may utilize common spaces and lounges. All persons utilizing the common spaces and lounge areas must have a mask on at all times. 

Lounges

The residence halls and apartments have lounge spaces.  These spaces can be accessed by SJSU residents. Masks must be worn while utilizing lounge spaces. Each lounge space has a maximum number of residents or guests who may use these spaces at any given time. Residents using the space will ensure that they do not exceed the maximum number of people allowed in the space.