Department of Housing and Residential Education

Housing Applications for 2019-20 & Summer 2019 Available Now!

2019 Summer Session Dates and Payment Information

Important Dates
Summer Session Check-In Date Census Date Check-Out Date
Summer I June 18, 2019 July 10, 2019 September 5, 2019
Summer II June 18, 2019 June 27, 2019 July 31, 2019
Summer III July 30, 2019 August 8, 2019 September 7, 2019
Session Cost
Summer I $3,496.00
Summer II $1,902.00
Summer III $1,726.00

How Do I Make My Payments?

ONLINE Submit an electronic payment using the payment link on the "Student Center" of your MyCoyote account. MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Visa and electronic check are acceptable means of payment.
WALK-IN Make a cash, check, money order or ATM/debit payment in person at the Student Financial Services office, located in University Hall (UH-034). Credit cards not accepted.
MAIL-IN Make check or money order payable to: CSUSB-Housing
You must include your 9-digit Coyote ID number on the check or money order

Mail payment to:
Student Financial Services office, UH-034
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92407

Living On Campus: A Story to Tell


View the video below to listen to a resident's perspective regarding living on-campus. 

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Live On Campus

  • Graduate in 4 Years
  • Higher GPAs
  • Priority Registration
  • 24/7 Security

Space Available Apply Now!
(909) 537-4155

You Spoke... We Listened!

For 2019-2020, residents living in Arrowhead Village & University Village will not be required to purchase a meal plan!

Live with the Pack

Live with the Pack
Housing and Residential Education

Welcome Home, Coyotes! At CSUSB, your success is our TOP priority!

Exciting Benefits When Living on Campus:

  • Pay as low as $736.00 per month
  • Receive an earlier registration appointment than other students in your academic level
  • Exclusive access to live-in faculty, study groups and tutorig, and student academic mentors
  • Free laundry events each quarter
  • Free streaming TV service
  • Utilities included - electricity, water, heat and A/C
  • Private study areas
  • Exclusive events and activities
  • Free Wi-Fi

Choose to live on campus!

Meaningful Connections
Research has shown that students who live on campus have stronger connections with faculty, better relationships with their peers, and participate in more student activities.

Healthy Eating
Our new Coyote Commons provides a large variety of healthy food choices that taste great, as well as comfort food and cuisine from around the world.

Graduation Goals
Students who live on campus have higher graduation rates and graduate faster than those who live off campus.

Safe Environment
All of our residence halls and apartment buildings are locked 24 hours a day.  Only residents and appropriate staff members may access our buildings.  The University Police Department and Department of Housing and Residential Education staff are on call 24 hours a day.