24-Hour Quiet: From Now Until May 19
Time to study for your finals. 24-hour Quiet Policy is in effect now through May 19.
Need To Stay Beyond May 19?
The deadline to submit a request to stay beyond 2 p.m. on May 19 was due Monday, May 7. If you missed the deadline and are graduating, working commencement or have a final exam on Saturday, May 19, come to the housing office with documentation supporting your reason, no later than tomorrow, Wednesday, May 16.
Mail Delivery: Change Your Address On GET And With Our Office
If you don’t change your address, we’ll return your mail to sender. Make sure to do the following:
Change your mailing address on GET
Update your mailing address with family, friends and vendors who send you paychecks, bills, magazine, packages, etc. It can take several weeks before vendors update their records, so contact them now.
Fill out a Mail Forwarding Request Form
. We’ll forward first-class mail only for four weeks after you move out. Do not submit an Address Change Form with the Post Office.
Returning Packages To Sender
All packages that arrive after you move out will be returned to sender. Remember to use you an off-campus address for future deliveries if you are moving out at the end of the spring semester.
Donate to the Cal State LA Food Pantry
Instead of throwing out canned and non-perishable food, put them in the boxes in front of the housing office and the Phase I Community Center. Everything collected will be donated to the Cal State LA Food Pantry.
Donate Clothing, Bedding and Other Cloth Items
Help the environment by recycling your old clothes, shoes, beddings, backpacks, etc. USAgain is a textile recycling leader that can use your items regardless of their condition! Put them in the white and green USAgain bins located in Phase I, II and GEA.
Put Electronics In E-Waste Bins
Please place any electronics you don’t want in the e-waste bins in Phase I and II. Help Cal State LA go green by not putting electronics in the trash.
Last Meal In the Dining Commons: Dinner Fri., May 18
The Dining Commons will close for the summer this Friday, May 18, at 8 p.m.
Parking Lot 7A Closure of First Row: May 18–19
The first row of parking lot 7A in Phase I and II will be blocked May 18–19. On May 19, the first row will be reserved for students moving out.
Building 2 Laundry Room Now Open
The laundry room in Building 2 is now open. Thank you for your patience as we repaired and renovated the laundry room.
Premier Dinner: Tonight, 5–8 p.m.
Join us tonight for a Premier Dinner at the Dining Commons starting at 5 p.m. You don't need a Meal Plan to enjoy! Tonight’s menu includes tri-tip and chicken chimichurri, jasmine rice, grilled squash and more. (Dining Commons)
If you’re a resident who’s graduating, the Housing and Residence Life staff wants to send you off in style! Let us iron your graduation gown and any sashes. Sweet treats and celebratory toasts included. (Lounge)
The application to live on campus for the summer is available online. Before applying, please read important information about the Summer 2018 Housing Process
on our website.
Limited Financial Aid is available for the summer. Check out their website
for more information.
Canceling Summer Housing
If you applied to live on campus for the summer and want to cancel your application, you must submit your Cancellation Request Form
as soon as possible. The deadline was April 23 but you can still submit a form. Check the License Agreement: Summer 2018
for additional information on canceling.
It’s Not Too Late To Apply To Live On Campus Next Year!
You can still apply to live on campus! You will be placed on the waitlist. Apply now by submitting the 2018–2019 License Agreement online, $500 payment and TB Clearance. The sooner you apply, the higher up you will be on the waitlist.
Summer classes are offered through the College of Professional and Global Education. Check out the Summer Session webpage
for more information.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.