Housing Assignment Office:
Sproul Hall, 360 De Neve Drive (310) 206-7011 https://housing.ucla.edu
Single students contact this office for information and application for both on- and off- campus University-owned housing. On-campus housing consists of four residence halls, two residential suite complexes, and four residential plaza buildings. All rooms on campus are fully furnished and are shared either by two or three students. A variety of meal plans are available. Housing contracts are for the academic year.
Off-campus housing includes seven apartment buildings managed by the University and located within walking distance of campus. Apartments are furnished and house mostly transfer and upper division undergraduate students. Bedrooms are usually shared by two and sometimes three students. Each apartment is furnished and utilities are included. Housing contracts for individual students are for the academic year.
University Apartments South:
3200 Sawtelle Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90066
(310) 398-4692 Student Resident Handbook
Provides married family student, and single graduate student housing.
UCLA Community Housing Office
360 De Neve Drive (lobby of Sproul Hall)
(310) 825-4491 https://housing.ucla.edu/community-housing
A free service for UCLA students, the UCLA Community Housing Office provides rental listings through our online database. Our database includes vacant listings, sublets and roommate needed listings. Students may also visit our office for our rental rate survey, neighborhood profiles and more!
University Cooperative Housing Association (CO – OP)
500 Landfair Ave. (310) 208-UCHA
Houses students in three student-run buildings two blocks from campus. Accommodations include one- , two- and three-student rooms with private or semi- private bath. Placement is based on seniority. Four work hours a week are required plus four hours per quarter. Rates start at $315 per month including 19 meals per week.
Dashew International Center for Students & Scholars:
106 Tom Bradley International Hall
(310) 825-1681 http://www.internationalcenter.ucla.edu
Hours: 8:30 am-5:00 pm (Mon-Fri) (Except University holidays)
The Dashew Center provides services and programs for the international community at UCLA, including nearly 3,200 non-immigrant students. These services include: immigration and visa counseling, employment advising and strategies for cultural adjustment and personal matters. The Dashew Center is particularly alert to actual or planned legislation and policies relevant to acquiring and maintaining non-immigrant visa status.
If you are a non-immigrant student, you must bring your passport, other immigration documents, and any UCLA admissions materials to the Dashew Center upon your arrival on campus.
The Dashew Center also offers programs and services to help international students and scholars adjust to life on campus and in Los Angeles, and to build bridges between UCLA’s international and domestic communities. The Center offers an orientation program during the summer, English programs, Discovering LA trips, International Connections Program, conferences and workshops, language clubs, Food Club, and special events. Volunteer opportunities are available.