Welcome home!

Homecoming has never meant more than it does this year. Embrace the nostalgia of the roommate and community experience as you build new connections, new support systems, and define your next steps beyond Pacific. Our Resident Assistants are here to help you connect with the on-campus living experience through socials, shared resources, and a continuous supporting presence.

Yesenia Garcia Viramontes
Student Experience

“I believe it’s enhanced my experience, mainly because I was able to focus on myself. Living at home can become very distracting and cause you to fall behind. It also helped me enjoy lots of sports, programs, events, etc because I’m more aware of them. Especially, when you have RLH staff reminding you of all the different activities you can participate in or the events you could attend. Lastly, it’s a whole different experience living on campus than somewhere else. You get that “college experience” that everyone talks about, which allows you to create endless story telling moments.”

– Yesenia Garcia Viramontes, Residential Life & Housing, Assistant Residence Director, class of 2020

Upper Division residence hall accommodations

Furnishings: All upper division apartments are furnished with twin XL beds (adjustable height), wardrobes/closets, dressers, desks with drawers, and desk chairs. Apartments also include a 3/4 size refrigerator/freezer, oven and stove, kitchen table with chairs, or kitchen counter with seating and stools, coffee table/TV stand, and sofa seating.
 
Meal Plan: Students residing in the upper division communities are required to have a minimum of a 7 Plan meal plan. Students are able to increase to a 10 Plan, 15 Plan, 19 Plan and 21 Plan meal plan.
 
Laundry:  As part of your housing rate, you are provided Tiger Wash credits to do laundry on campus. The community laundry rooms can be found on the main floor of each building.
 
Community Options: The options for upper division students are Chan Family Hall, McCaffrey Center Apartments, Monagan Hall, and Townhouse Apartments. Below you will find more information about these communities.

townhouse interior shot
Chan Family and Monagan Halls

Chan Family and Monagan Halls have four-bedroom, two-bathroom units located on Brookside Road, near the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy. The furnished four-person, four-bedroom apartments are reserved for students with junior and senior standing. Chan Family Hall is reserved for School of Pharmacy students and other graduate-level students.

Monagan Hall exterior

Floorplans for Chan Family and Monagan Halls

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McCaffrey Center
McCaffrey Center Apartments

The McCaffrey Center Apartments are two-story units that are centrally located on campus just south of the DeRosa Center. The McCaffrey Center Apartments contain three bedrooms designed for three students.

McCaffrey Center floorplan

 

McCaffrey Center level 1

McCaffrey level 1 floorplan

 

McCaffrey Center level 2

McCaffrey level 2 floorplan
University Townhouse Apartments

Townhouse Apartments are two-story units that are located on the corner of Pershing Avenue and Brookside Road near Calaveras Hall. 

Townhouse apartments

Townhouse Apartments floorplans

Townhouse Apartments, one-bedroom, level 1

townhouse 1 bedroom level 1 floorplan

Townhouse Apartments, one-bedroom, level 2

Townhouse 1 bedroom level 2

Townhouse Apartments, two-bedroom, level 1

Townhouse 2 bedroom level 1

Townhouse Apartments, two-bedroom, level 2

Townhouse 2 bedroom level 2
Ready to apply for housing?

Find out how to apply and other important information.

For Sacramento Campus students

Are you a new graduate student on the Sacramento Campus? Visit our Sacramento housing page for housing application information.