2017-2018 Academic Year Retuning Resident Process
The Returning Resident process information for current residents to reapply for Fall 2017-Spring 2018 housing spaces is now available here.
Housing and Residential Life info sessions for returning residents will be held in the Towers Conference Center. For details click on the Info Session Flier.
2017-2018 Academic Year Housing Application
The Fall 2017-Spring 2018 housing application is available to students who will attend SF State during the 2017-2018 Academic Year. The SF State ID number and password are required to access the online Housing application. In an attempt to allow more SF State students’ access to SF State Housing, the Housing application fee has been lowered from $55 to $40 for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Connect to the SF Housing Facebook page to watch our instructional video on how to apply and complete your 2017-2018 Housing License Agreement.
Mashouf Wellness Center Construction
SF State has broken ground on the Mashouf Wellness Center. Construction is taking place at the corner of Font and Lake Merced Boulevards, across the street from the West Campus Green and Residence Halls. The project completion date is Fall 2017..
SF State Housing recognizes and understands that you may have concerns about this project as residents during the academic year. Further details and ongoing updates about the project are available online:
Capital Planning, Design and Construction (CPDC) project website.
Disability Programs Resource Center (DPRC) website.
Residents may also contact the University Property Management Service Desk at 415-405-0579 or email@example.com.
Housing installment payments are due the first of each month, September through April. For the Fee Schedule, Installment Breakdown, and answers to your payment questions, please see the Paying for Housing section of our website.
Payments must be made by 5pm on the 5th of each month to avoid the $20 late fee.
San Francisco State University believes all feedback, whether positive or negative, is valuable in order to successfully assist our student body. The Division of Student Affairs has created a unique website providing students with resources concerning grievances and problem solving. We encourage all students to utilize these resources.
Virtual Tour of the Residential Housing Community
Please check out SF State's On-campus housing Virtual Tour