In the heart of California

University of the Pacific’s Sacramento campus offers a variety of on-campus housing opportunities in order to provide an invaluable scholarly experience. Located in the heart of the California state capitol, our on-campus residential community is the best way to fully participate in academic life. We firmly believe that by living on campus you can maximize your time for more faculty interaction, enhanced learning, and social growth.

 

Sacramento Campus Tour

Housing Eligibility

In order to apply for on-campus housing, you must be a confirmed student with the intention to enroll with the University. Once confirmed, you can access the Housing Portal through InsidePacific to submit your request to live on campus. Residents are selected from a waiting list maintained by the housing office. Our on-campus housing is extremely popular, so if you are interested in our residential experience, we encourage you to confirm your enrollment and submit your housing application as early as possible!

students touring Sacramento campus
students on Sacramento campus
We’re here to help

The housing office can be found in the Office of Student Life, located in between the Student Center and Northwest Hall. We encourage you to visit our office for more information about on-campus housing opportunities or for assistance in finding off-campus housing. Our office continues to build partnerships with off-campus renters across Sacramento County, so please reach out to us if you would like some help finding the best housing opportunity for you.

Contact the housing office at 916.739.7119 or sachousing@pacific.edu.

Blackacre
  • One-bedroom, furnished
  • Two-bedroom, shared unit, unfurnished
     
Blackacre building
Silveracre
  • Studio, furnished
  • Loft, furnished
     
Silveracre
Southacre
  • One-bedroom, unfurnished

     
southacre building
Whiteacre
  • Studio, furnished
  • Two bedroom, shared unit, furnished
     
Whiteacre
Living in Sacramento

California's capital is one of the fastest growing areas in the state. Known for its natural beauty as the "City of Trees" and its leading role in the Farm to Fork movement, Sacramento has more than 300 sunny days per year, pristine lakes and rivers, leaf-shaded neighborhoods with bike paths, art galleries, professional sports teams, recreation, nightlife, amazing food, and a historic-meets-new culture. Sacramento is a diverse community that is among the top three places where Millennials are moving.

Questions?

Visit our Sacramento housing FAQ page, or contact us at 916.739.7119 or sachousing@pacific.edu.