News & Announcements

 

  Here are the latest announcements from April 16, 2019

 

Nuts & Bolts

Summer Application Now Open
Want to live on campus for the summer? The Summer Payment Schedule and Application Process are now available online. Students intending to live on campus during the summer must participate in a separate contracting process for summer 2019. Students are not required to be enrolled in classes to apply for summer but only those that have been enrolled for Spring 2019 and who will be enrolled Fall 2019 are eligible to participate in the summer housing program.  Students will be required to complete the online application/agreement, $340 initial payment and obtain TB clearance. (If you applied and submitted TB clearance for 2019-2020, you don’t need to submit a new one.) 
 
Want To Live On Campus Next Year? It’s Not Too Late, Apply Now!
Missed the deadline to apply to live on campus? Don’t worry, you can still apply! You will be placed on the waitlist. Apply now by submitting the 2019–2020 License Agreement online, $340 payment and a new Tuberculosis Screening Questionnaire Form. The application is available on the Housing Portal. The sooner you apply, the earlier your position will be on the waitlist.
 
Room And Board Rates  
Room and board rates are now available online for your review. Rates for the 2019-2020 Academic Year have increased by 15% for room and 5% for dining plans.
 

Landscaping In Housing
Landscapers service the Housing community Monday through Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on a weekly basis. Landscaping will include mowing the grass, trimming bushes, trees and plants.

New Housing Construction Updates
Construction for Student Housing East (SHE) is underway on the Eastside of Phase I and Lots 7 and 7a. The new buildings will incorporate traditional-style housing for first-year and sophomore students. Students are able to view updates regarding construction and noise, photos of the construction progressions, any service interruptions that may affect the community, and information on where and how to report an issue related to the ongoing construction.
 
Residents who live in Phase I, Eastside and face parking lot 7A, please keep your windows, blinds and sliding doors closed to prevent dust and minimize noise from entering your apartments.
 
At this time, you can expect high noise levels due to jack hammering and breaking concrete. For your safety, do not move or cross any barricades.
 
Construction and progress updates are available on the Constructions Updates webpage.
 
If you have any questions, please stop by the Housing Office or call (323) 343-4800.
 
May 2019 Session
Take classes during the May 2019 Session through the Collage of Professional & Global Education. Classes are $320 per unit and will take place May 20 – June 8, 2019. Get more information online.
 

Money Matters

Summer Payment Deadline Around The Corner
Are you staying for summer? Summer charges will posted soon to students’ GET account. Visit our website for summer payment information. Payment is due on May 10.

Don’t Lose Your Financial Aid & Housing
Stay enrolled at full-time status (undergrad 12 units, grad 8 units) and abide by the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy (SAP) to keep your financial aid and Housing.

Events & Opportunities

Now Hiring: Housing Assistant and Marketing Assistant (Graphic Designer)
We are hiring in Housing. More information is available on the Housing Student Employment webpage.
 

HACU Student Delegate Program
You are invited to apply for the Cal State LA 2019 Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities Student Delegate Program. If selected, you will get a full scholarship to a conference in Chicago this October. Visit their website for more information.

The CCC Gets Down: Karaoke
Come release some stress, sing a song and cheer on your community at karaoke. Snacks provided and back-up dancers encouraged. April 17 from 12–1 p.m.  (U-SU, Asian Pacific Islander Student Resource Center)

Take Back The Night
This event will be full of opportunities to reclaim the campus as a safe space and break the silence on gender and sexual violence. April 23 from 5–7 p.m. (U-SU Plaza/Walkway)

ASI’s Farmer’s Market
Buy your locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables at the farmer’s market on campus. Remember to bring your reusable bags. April 10 and 24 from 8 a.m.–6 p.m. (Campus Walkway)

Weekly Emails

We send an email to your Cal State LA email address every week during the semester to keep you in the loop. Here are the most recent emails (including the latest one above):
Questions? Contact us at askhousing@calstatela.edu.
 
Remember to add askhousing@calstatela.edu to your address book so that our emails don’t end up in your junk or spam folder.
 
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