IEP students can choose from a variety of housing options while studying at the University of San Francisco.
On-campus housing in residence halls is available to IEP students on a first-come, first served basis. Students are charged on a per diem basis and have the option of staying in a single or double room.
Upon receiving admission to the IEP, students may apply for on-campus housing after April 1st by logging into: USF Rooms
USF offers a variety of information and tools to help students find off-campus housing. IEP students interested in living off-campus may consider the following options:
- Live in an apartment alone or with a roommate(s).
- Stay in a Student Residence Club. Residence Clubs are private rooming houses where students from many
different schools reside. Rates are usually for a weekly basis. There
are a number of residence clubs located in downtown San Francisco.
- Students who plan to search for housing upon arrival to San Francisco
may consider booking a hotel or motel in advance for their first few
nights in SF. This method is not highly suggested because it can take a few weeks to find housing in the city.
For detailed information and additional options visit:USF Off-Campus Housing
USF does not arrange homestays but recommends a local agency called San Francisco Homestay (www.sfhomestay.com). SF Homestay is not affiliated with USF.