Services & Amenities

Furniture & Utilities

All units are fully furnished and include water, gas, electricity, WiFi and Philo TV. For sophomore and upper-division students, electricity is included up to a $35 per person, per month cap.
  • Bed
  • Desk 
  • Chair
  • Closet/Wardrobe
  • Microwave & Mini-Fridge
  • Couch
  • Coffee table 
  • TV stand
  • Dining table & chairs
  • Kitchen appliances
  • Bed
  • Desk 
  • Chair
  • Closet/Wardrobe
  • Microwave & Mini-Fridge

Meal Plans

Meal plans are required for freshmen living on campus. There are three meal plans to choose from:

  • Flex 5
  • Flex 7
  • Meals Plus

Check my meal plan balance. Visit Freshman Resident Meal Plans for more information.

Meal plans are optional for sophomore and upper-division students. There are four meal plans to choose from:

  • 2nd Year Plan
  • Flex 5
  • Flex 7
  • Meals Plus

Check my meal plan balance. Visit Sophomore and Upper-Division Meal Plans for more information.

Live-in Staff

At SDSU, there are many professional and student live-in staff members available to assist and guide students living in the residential communities.

Community Assistants (CAs) are full-time SDSU students who have had intensive training on various issues that affect upper-class students (sophomores and above). CAs serve as facilitators for community building and are available to listen to your concerns and help you seek additional help when necessary. CAs are also responsible for bringing inappropriate conduct to a resident’s attention.

Community Interns (CIs) are the student staff members of the management office responsible for assisting you with customer service, leasing information, general property information, processing mail, work orders, maintenance concerns and enforcing expectations related to policies and procedures.

Desk Assistants/Security Monitors are the front desk student staff members responsible for assisting you with customer service, monitoring the security of the building, disseminating information and equipment and enforcing expectations related to safety procedures.

Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) serve as liaisons between SDSU faculty and students. These SDSU faculty members live in apartments located within the campus residential communities. They work closely and cooperatively with the residential staff. Together, they develop academic communities and meet the needs of residents by encouraging their intellectual stimulation and academic success.

Front Desk Security Managers (FDSMs) are SDSU graduate student team members. Their responsibilities include assisting the RHC in overall community management and assuming primary responsibility for front desk operations.

Residence Hall Coordinators (RHCs) are full-time, master-level professionals who live in the residential communities. The RHCs work with building staff and residents to provide a link to all of the resources at the university and assist in the development of a positive residential community. Every RHC supervises a Front Desk Security Manager and the Resident Advisers/Community Assistants who live on every floor of the community. The RHCs also advise the Hall/Community Council, maintain community security, meet with students regarding student conduct issues and coordinate activities and programs.

Resident Advisers (RAs) are full-time SDSU students who have had intensive training on a variety of issues college-age students encounter on a daily basis. RAs live on each floor of the residential communities and are available to listen to your concerns and help you seek additional help when necessary. In addition, RAs serve as facilitators for community building and regularly plan programs.

Scholars-in-Residence serve as liaisons between SDSU faculty and students. These SDSU faculty members live in apartments located within the campus residential communities. They work closely and cooperatively with the residential staff. Together, they develop academic communities and meet the needs of residents by encouraging their intellectual stimulation and academic success.

STAR Centers

STAR (Students Taking Academic Responsibility) Centers are academic resource centers for residents. The centers help create a positive, academically-orientated environment to help students achieve academic success. STAR Centers are open Sundays from 4 - 10 p.m. and Monday - Thursday from 1 - 10 p.m. and are staffed by General Advisors and Retention Specialists and STAR Center Assistants.
  • Chapultepec
  • Maya
  • South Campus Plaza - North
  • Tenochca
  • Plus traveling locations across the residential communities
  • Individual & group study areas
  • Monthly academic success programs
  • Course schedule planning 
  • Peer essay review
  • GPA calculation 
  • Tutoring
  • Campus resources

WiFi

WiFi is provided throughout the residential communities and on-campus. A team of dedicated RezCon (Residential Connection) staff members are available to provide computer support for students. RezCon services include troubleshooting internet connections, software installation, virus removal and more. Follow SDSU IT Status on Twitter for the latest network updates.

Students may connect to WiFi by joining the Eduroam network with their SDSUid. Guests may use SDSU_Guest to connect temporarily. In order to connect to Eduroam, please follow the instructions on the Eduroam page. Housing does not offer any hard-wired connections).

Students may connect their smart devices (Smart TV, Xbox, Playstation, Apple TV etc.) by following these steps: 

  1. Connect the device to the SDSU_Guest network.
  2. Wait for 10 minutes.
  3. Turn off the device and unplug it for at least 30 minutes. Plug the device back in and turn it on.
  4. Reconnect to SDSU_Guest. 

We do not support WiFi printers. For personal printers, please purchase a USB cable. 

Before submitting a service request for WiFi connectivity, please try the following:

  1. Disconnect from Eduroam or SDSU_Guest and reconnect.
  2. Make sure there is no interference from a microwave, television, etc.
  3. Run a full antivirus scan. 
  4. If using an older computer, make sure the wireless drivers are up-to-date.

If you are still unable to connect to WiFi, please submit a service request on the SDSU Housing app or the Housing Portal and include your mac address.

RezCon Contact Info: 

Philo TV

All residential students have access to Philo TV streaming, the most powerful way to watch and record TV on campus. With Philo TV students can watch live TV on any device, pause and rewind live TV, and record up to 20 hours of programming. HBO Max is included in Philo TV, giving students access to all HBO content. This includes a long list of on-demand movies, documentaries and every episode of HBO’s original programming and shows.

To watch Philo TV, students must be on campus and connected to the Eduroam WiFi network.

On a Computer:

  1. Go to watch.philo.com and select "log in."
  2. Enter your SDSUid and password.
  3. Start watching live TV or record some for later.

On a Mobile Device:

  1. Download the Philo Edu app from the App Store or Google Play.
  2. Enter your SDSUid and password.
  3. Start watching live TV or record some for later.

On TV:

For the big screen experience, watch Philo on a TV set with Roku, Apple TV or a laptop connected by HDMI cable (see supported devices).

On a Roku:

  1. Connect the Roku to the TV via an HDMI cable.
  2. Connect the Roku’s power cord to an outlet.
  3. Follow the Philo-on-Roku setup instructions.
  4. Select the Philo channel to watch TV on Roku.

To watch HBO Max, students must be on campus and connected to the Eduroam WiFi network.

  1. Download the HBO Max app or watch on a computer at to play.hbomax.com/login
  2. On the sign-in screen, select "Sign In Through TV or Mobile Provider."
  3. On the "Choose Your Provider" page, select "View All Providers" at the bottom.
  4. Find SDSU and select it.
  5. Enter your SDSUid and password.

Before submitting a service request for Philo TV or HBO Max, please make sure you are connected to the Eduroam WiFi network.

If you are still unable to connect, please visit Philo Troubleshooting.

Wepa Printing Kiosks

The residential communities offer cloud-based printing kiosks for all student printing needs. Login at wepanow.com/webupload, select documents and select "send to Wepa."
  • Chapultepec lobby
  • Maya STAR Center
  • South Campus Plaza - North second floor lounge
  • South Campus Plaza - South second floor lounge
  • Tenochca lobby
  • Cuicacalli east hallway
  • University Towers lobby
  • Zura first floor lounge
  • Black and white single sided: $.08 per page
  • Black and white double sided: $.15 per page
  • Color single sided: $.25 per page
  • Color double sided: $.35 per page

Parking & Transportation

In support of sustainability initiatives, incoming freshmen who live on campus will not be permitted to bring a car the first year of study at SDSU. To assist students who may have unique needs, freshmen with documented hardships are able and encouraged to apply for a waiver. For more information, please visit Freshman On-Campus Resident Parking Policy.

Aztec Corner, Granada, Piedra del Sol, Zapotec
Students residing in Aztec Corner, Granada ,Piedra del Sol and Zapotec may reserve parking at their residential community. Parking permits for the 2021-22 academic year will be available starting July 1, 2021. 

Tepeyac, Tacuba, Villa Alvarado
Students residing in Tepeyac, Tacuba and Villa Alvarado may purchase an student overnight SDSU parking permit for the campus parking structures. 

[email protected]
Reserved parking at [email protected] is currently full for fall 2021. To join the waitlist, please email [email protected]. Single permits are $95 per month and tandem permits are $70 per month.

Students may also consider alternative modes of transportation to having a vehicle on campus.  

  • Take the San Diego MTS bus and trolley systems conveniently from the SDSU Transit center on-campus. Use your smartphone pass for discounted transit trips via the Aztec Parking Portal.  
  • Take advantage of other rail student discounts on MetroLink and Amtrak for trips throughout California.
  • E-Scooters can now be found along the periphery of SDSU's campus to help assist in your mobility needs! Rides start at just $1 (with a min charge of $3.50), and may take place outside of the new geo-fence (red lined zone below). 
  • SDSU has partnered with Lyft and Uber and has established set pick-up/drop-off points at key locations on campus for your safety.
  • SDSU has also partnered with Zipcara car sharing service available to students 18 years and older. Membership starts at just $15. 

More information can be found at SDSU's Commuting & Transportation page.

Laundry

Communal laundry rooms are available at each residential community, with the exception of Granada and [email protected] which have an in-unit washer and dryer.
For the communal machines, it is $1.25 to wash and $1 dry. Pay for laundry services by swiping your SDSUcard. 

Download the SDSU Housing App to see how many machines are available and to check the status of your laundry.

Safety & Security

Student safety is our top priority. Below are some safety and security measures we have in place to protect our residents. Additional information can be found in the Safety & Security section of the Guide to Community Living.
  • Residents must present their SDSUcard and/or building identification every time they enter their residential community or if asked by a university official.
  • Desk Assistants/Security Monitors staff the community front desks to monitor the security of the building and enforce expectations related to safety procedures.
  • Guest policies strictly enforced in freshman communities.
  • All rooms, suites and apartments are subject to regular safety and maintenance inspections.
  • All first-floor rooms have university-provided window/door security screens for the security of residents. 
  • Fire alarm systems in the residential communities are reliable and use state-of-the-art technology. The campus fire alarm network is monitored by University Police.
  • Security cameras monitor indoor and outdoor communal areas.

The SDSU Police Department works hard to ensure that residents are aware of safety issues that may affect them. SDSU has established a text notification system that is capable of sending text (also known as SMS) and email messages in the event of a campus-wide emergency or health and safety concern. Register through the Web Portal.

In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act, the SDSU Annual Fire Safety Report contains information about fire safety policies, practices and statistics in on-campus housing facilities. PDF 

Bike & Surfboard Storage

Covered bicycle and surfboard storage is available on campus at no additional charge.

Bicycle storage is available. Please submit your interest in bicycle storage via the Bicycle Storage Form. Once you have completed the form, you will be contacted via your SDSUid email. You must register your bicycle with University Police. Bicycles are not allowed inside suites and apartments.

You may submit interest in a surfboard locker via the Surfboard Storage Form. Surfboards may also be stored in rooms.