On Campus Summer Housing Assignment Process
Housing assignment requests for on campus housing are processed on a first come, first served basis. The Housing Assignment Office assigns students to available spaces in the order of the date payments are received. If residents are assigned a housing option other than the one indicated on their assignment request form, they will be advised of any refund to be issued or additional fees required.
Only students enrolled in UCLA Summer Sessions and full time UCLA students are eligible to live in on campus housing.
Roommate requests are not guaranteed, however, mutual requests based on the information provided on the application will be considered. Specific roommate and building requests must be made by both students to be honored. Students need to be offered to the same building and room type for potential roommate matching requests to be considered. Residents will be notified of their assigned room and roommate at the time of check in. Males and females are housed in separate rooms. A separate contract and full payment is required for each person.
Students Under the Age of 18
The Housing Office is not able to accommodate Summer Sessions students under the age of 15 on an individual basis. Students under the age of 15 must have either an individual chaperon and/or be with an assigned group with a designated chaperon in order to meet a minimum 1-10 ratio for student/chaperon supervision. Students who are 15, 16 or 17 will be placed with other academically motivated high school students in a clustered living-learning environment within the regular residence halls. These high school students will live as independent college students with support from a trained UCLA residential adviser.
For pre-college and middle school students, UCLA Housing recommends Summer Discovery and Jr. Discovery. These programs are designed to create an environment that is intellectually stimulating, culturally and socially enriching, and fun. Since safety, security, and health are our primary concerns, these programs offer a higher level of adult supervision and control. To learn more about these programs, visit: https://www.summerdiscovery.com/.