Is student housing available for 2020–21?

  • Winter 2020 update: In response to guidelines issued by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health at the recommendation of the campus COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force, UCLA will continue with the plans put in place for fall, offering remote-only instruction for the winter quarter, with the exception of a handful of in-person or hybrid courses that provide training for students preparing for essential workforce jobs. Read the full message.
  • On-campus housing will remain limited to: (1) Students who have no alternative housing options and whose current housing does not provide a safe and appropriate environment or does not provide sufficient accommodations under the Americans With Disabilities Act; (2) student-athletes participating in on-campus training and conditioning; and (3) students enrolled in the small handful of in-person or hybrid courses being offered who do not have alternative local housing options.
  • More information on winter quarter housing is available on UCLA Housing’s COVID-19 information page.
  • Residence hall occupancy is limited to one student per bedroom, and undergraduate apartments are limited to two students per bedroom.
  • Certain buildings have been set aside for isolation of students who test positive for COVID-19 or who were in close contact with someone who tested positive and are required to quarantine.
  • Housing rates can be found here

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