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Housing Rates and Services

We understand that navigating the details of campus housing and dining costs can be a significant aspect of your campus experience, and we're here to make it as transparent and straightforward as possible. Whether you're a new student eager to explore your on-campus housing options or a continuing resident seeking clarity on rates, you're in the right place.

Academic Year
2024-25 Academic Year 2023-24 Academic Year

 

2024-25 Academic Year Housing and Dining Rates

 

Pepper Canyon West 2024-25

Priority for transfer students, followed by upper-division students. All Pepper Canyon West contracts are a 12-month contract, and a dining plan is not required.

NOTE: Continuing/Returning students are welcome to choose any of the dining plans, including the Triton Community dining plan. Incoming students are required to select a Triton Dining plan or can opt out of a dining plan.

*Rates do not include a dining plan, a one-time $20 activity fee (for all) and a $30 administration fee (for payment installment options).

New Incoming Students 2024-25

 

Incoming Transfers assigned to The Village, The Rita or Pepper Canyon West can select the no dining plan option.

*Rates do not include a one-time $20 activity fee (for all) and a $30 administration fee (for payment installment options).

Continuing Students* 2024-25

*A continuing student is defined as a student who fulfilled their admit year housing contract and maintains a housing guarantee for campus housing the following academic year.

 

*Rates do not include a one-time $20 activity fee (for all) and a $30 administration fee (for payment installment options).

**Dining Plans are required at all eight college housing communities: Revelle, Muir, Sixth, Marshall, Warren, ERC, Seventh, Eighth


2023-24 Academic Year Housing and Dining Rates**

**Rates do not include a one-time $20 activity fee (for all) and a $30 administration fee (for payment installment options).

Incoming First-Year/Transfer Students (2 Dining Plan Options)

 

 *Mini-Double at ERC Apartment and Rita only

Continuing Students (3 Dining Plan Options)

*Eight college apartment locations: Revelle, Muir, Marshall, Warren, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth

 

**Triton Cash bonus is only given to residents who move in prior to October 3, 2023.  All students moving in on, or after, October 3, 2023 will not be eligible for Triton Cash bonus.


Additional Resources & Services

Services and In-Room Amenities

Our comprehensive program offers everything you want and need, such as 24/7 high-speed internet access and premium cable TV. Services include housekeeping, utilities (water, electricity, and gas), trash and recycling services, on-site laundry facilities, security, and plenty of fun activities to help you unwind and relax.

* consult your college of residence

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What's Provided & What To Bring


Please note: Below are some items you may or may not need, depending on your situation. Amenities vary at each college. Room sizes are limited, so you don’t want to bring too much stuff! We also recommend contacting your future roommates beforehand to make sure there won't be a duplication of appliances cluttering up valuable living space.

We suggest waiting until you arrive to determine any additional items to bring (including small bookshelf, storage, etc.).

Arrange When You Arrive...

Refrigerator / Microwave (residence hall style)

You may bring your own mini refrigerator, if it is smaller than five cubic feet and has a safe UL-approved electrical system. We recommend a micro fridge which will save on energy and help keep our community "green!" Allowable wattage for microwaves is up to 700 watts.

MicroFridges are available for rental from Collegiate Concepts, Inc.(CCI), the exclusive/endorsed/approved provider of MicroFridges at UC San Diego. More information can be found by visiting:

https://www.collegiateconcepts.net/schools/university-of-california-san-diego/index.html.

Landline Telephone service

Very few of our residents subscribe to a landline. If you would like to make arrangements for regular telephone service, please contact your Res Life Office for instructions. If you would like a phone and answering machine, be sure to bring them with you.

Understanding Your University Housing Bill

Understanding Your Dining Plan