Housing Information for Incoming Graduate Students
Graduate students are not guaranteed housing and should know that housing space for graduate students is very limited. Limited space is available for graduate students in the St. Anne's Community, the priority being Law School students. All graduate students are welcome to apply for housing for possible available spaces in Fulton House and Loyola Village Townhouses. The continuing student housing application opened on February 3, 2020. Graduate student applications will be placed on the wait-list until spaces become available in July. However, space may become available beginning in May so please continue to check your Dons email as that is where your housing offer will be sent with a deadline to accept within 3 days of of the send date.
Due to limited on campus housing availability, we strongly encourage graduate students to seek support from Off Campus Living.
Below are the contracts for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 academic years. Please review the housing contract that applies to you before submitting a housing application.
- 2020-2021 Housing Contract (9-Month Contract)
- 2020-2021 St. Anne's, Loyola Village, Fulton House Contract (10-Month Contract)
- Summer 2020 Housing Contract
- 2019-2020 Housing Contract
- 2019-2020 St. Anne's, Loyola, Village, and Fulton House Housing Contract
- Summer 2019 Housing Contract
Apply for Graduate Housing
To apply for housing, please visit USFrooms.
JD or LLM Students
St. Anne's is the only available university-sponsored housing option for JD and LLM students who are enrolled at the School of Law.
Priority housing assignments will be offered to the Fall 2020 admitted law school applicants. Limited space is available for continuing JD law students in the St. Anne's Community.
We encourage continuing JD students who are interested in living at St. Anne's to submit a housing application. If there are available bed spaces on July 5, 2020, we will conduct a lottery of the continuing JD student applications.
Please be aware of these important dates:
- February 3: Housing application opens. Priority is given to Fall 2020 admitted law school applicants.
- June 15: Assignments for Fall 2020 admitted law school applicants will be released.
- July 5: If there are available spaces on July 5, 2020, a lottery of the continuing JD student applicants will be conducted and results will be published as soon as possible thereafter.
Off Campus Living Resources
Due to limited on campus housing availability, we strongly encourage graduate students to seek support from Off Campus Living. We understand that the prospect of finding an apartment in San Francisco can be challenging, particularly for students who have never rented an apartment before. To support students with the transition to living off campus, we have established some helpful resources found on the Off Campus Living website to help students navigate the search process and assist with finding safe and affordable housing.
Law Student Summer Housing
Please read the information below concerning summer housing for Law Students before applying for summer housing. All other graduate students can find information on summer housing here.
When is Summer housing available?
Summer 2020 housing is available only in Toler Hall from May 17, 2020 at 5 p.m. to August 8, 2020 at 12 p.m,, noon. Please understand that this date is subject to change due to the COVID-19 situation.
How much does summer housing cost?
During Summer 2020, USF charges room and board on a daily pro-rate in the summer. Students are charged based on the days they are booked and approved to live on campus.
Summer 2020 Rates:
This summer, all students will be booked in single rooms but at the double rate of $39/day.
Meal Plan: $23/day (graduate and law students can opt out of this requirement if needed.)
How do I apply?
The summer application will open up on April 21, 2020 after 5 p.m. To apply, please visit USFrooms and fill out the appropriate application. Housing assignment information will be released on May 8, 2020.
Please remember that when you fill out a housing application you also sign a contract! Please review the terms and conditions of the contract before submitting an application. If you have additional questions, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do I do if I want to cancel my summer housing application?
There are no cancellation fees associated with the summer housing application. Simply cancel your online housing application to complete this process.