Current Students

All continuing student housing communities are open to sophomores, juniors, seniors, transfer, and graduate students.

Questions? Contact us: housing@cca.edu or 510.594.3722.

Three reasons why you should live on campus:

 

Succeed academically
Studies show that continuing students who live on campus have a more satisfying college experience, earn higher grade point averages, and are more likely to graduate.

Live in a community of artists/designers
Continuing students who live on campus can request their friends as roommates and also get the unique opportunity to live among other artists/designers where they can collaborate and work together.

Convenience to campus and academics resources
Living close to CCA saves time and provides easy access to studios, libraries, and other campus resources.

 

SAN FRANCISCO

Interior of the Panoramic residences in San Francisco

Panoramic Residences

The Panoramic is located in the South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood just a block from BART, grocery stores, and Market Street.

The CCA San Francisco campus is a 25-minute walk or 10-minute bus ride. With a large bicycle parking area in the building, many students opt to ride their bikes to campus.

Exterior of Webster Hall residence in Oakland

Webster Hall

Webster Hall is located in the heart of downtown Oakland, close to art galleries, restaurants, and several BART stations.

The CCA Oakland campus is only three miles from Webster Hall -- accessible by bus, bike, BART, or the CCA campus shuttle service (offered Monday-Friday).

Note: Panoramic and Arkansas residences are also open throughout winter break. Panoramic is also the building where our Summer Housing is located. Summer housing is available for individual summer sessions or the entire summer.

New Apartments at 75 Arkansas

75 Arkansas is schedule to open August, 30, 2018. Our new housing will accommodate 188 students, including continuing, transfer, and graduate. The apartments, which will be open year-round, are located just two blocks from our main San Francisco campus. A limited number of single units will be available, so please enquire early.