Our freshmen live in the Residence Halls unless they qualify for family housing. Located around the heart of campus, the Residence Halls are semi-suite style, which means suite-mates have their own bathroom. Each building has a kitchen and is only steps away from several campus dining options.
Residence Halls are primarily designated for first-time freshmen, but some upper-division students also call them home. All students living in the Residence Halls must be full-time, matriculated students, and are required to have a meal plan.
Located around the heart of campus, our eight Residence Halls provide easy access to food, entertainment, and campus services. Each building has a mailroom, laundry room, fully equipped kitchen, and lounge area. Depending on the Residence Hall, occupants may have double or triple occupancy rooms with bathrooms shared amongst suite-mates.
Living Learning Communities at CSUMB are communities where students of similar interests and/or academic studies live together and participate in intentional learning about their chosen program or common interest as a collective.
- Desk and chair
- Bed and mattress
- Wardrobe or closet
- In-suite bathrooms
- No-charge laundry facilities
- Staff available 24 hrs/day
- Secure ID card building access
- Shared bedrooms
- Cable television
- High-speed internet
Options and rates
Residence Halls - 1, 2, and 3-person Rooms
|Building||Room Type||Bedroom/Bathroom||Kitchen||Meal Plan Requirement||Semester Rate|
|Residence Halls||Single *||1BR / 1 Bath||Shared Community||Yes||$5,393|
|Double||1 BR / 1 Bath||Shared Community||Yes||$4,393|
|Triple||1 BR / 1 Bath||Shared Community||Yes||$3,734|
* Limited Availability
The standard residence hall assignment consists of three students sharing a room. Single rooms are first offered to students registered with Student Disability and Accessibility Center (SDAC) and are subject to availability.