Please review these important dates that apply to students entering CCA.
The Office of Residential Life provides a safe and educational living environment. Our residential curriculum engages students at critical points of their personal and artistic development. We challenge and support our students through co-curricular learning opportunities that guide them to become Artist-citizens.
About Residential Life
CCA’s residential community is a vibrant part of campus life. Living in the residence halls allows students to personalize their college experience through the creation of a small community of artists.
Residential life also offers students who are new to the Bay Area and college life a variety of affordable housing options. Many of our students who first live together in CCA-provided housing later choose to remain roommates off campus. They often also develop lifelong friendships.
CCA’s Residential Life houses approximately 550 students. First-year students live primarily in Clifton Hall, Irwin Hall, and in the Avenue Apartments on the Oakland campus.
Director of Residential Life
The college hosts many on-campus admissions-related events throughout the year that allow students to take walking tours of the campuses, speak with faculty and current students, and view student work.