» Continuing Student Housing

Continuing student housing serves and meets the needs of all upperclassmen. Upperclassmen can select their space and roommates in the following buildings: Chapman Grand, The K Residence Hall, Panther Village, Sandhu Residence Center, the Davis and Harris Apartments, and the Glass Hall Apartments. Continuing student housing primarily houses residents in apartment style housing which usually comes with a kitchen or food preparation area.

Chapman Grand

the pool and buildings of chapman grand Chapman Grand provides students with luxury style apartments which are located a short shuttle ride away from main campus. Student have a variety of options for where they can live at Chapman Grand.

Davis and Harris Apartments

davis and harris building and walkway The Davis and Harris apartment communities provide apartment living to residents who want to live on campus. Each building is surrounded by grass, trees, and easy parking. Residents of these communities also have easy access to the Community Garden

Panther Village

the Panther Village clubhouse with cars in front Panther Village offers residents a unique living experience where they can live a short shuttle ride away from main campus. Panther Village is close to many popular places in the community like:Honda Center, Angel Stadium, and the Outlets of Orange.

The K Residence Hall

students at the k

The K Residence Hall has apartment spaces for groups of 2 or 4 students. It also is conveniently located nearby the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, the Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences and a few minute walk away from main campus. 

Glass Hall Apartments

side profile of glass hall Glass Hall offers continuing students a unique living experience in the top of the center tower. Glass Hall residents are centrally located to main campus, the Jim Miller parking structure, and the Masson Family Beach Club.

Sandhu Residence Center

side profile of sandhu with cars and trees The Sandhu Residence Center has a small amount of apartments for continuing students. It is conveniently located close to campus. It houses the cafeteria, its own parking lot, and a 51-foot textured surface known as the Doti-Struppa Rock Wall.