San Diego State University

2020 San Diego State University Dorm Tours and Info

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What percent of freshman live on campus?

According to our research, 75.0% of freshman live on campus at San Diego State University?

What type of housing does San Diego State University provide?

The below table outlines the different housing options available at San Diego State University, and how what percent of students are estimated to live in each type of housing.

Available Percent living in Accomodation
Co-ed Dorms true -
Women's Dorms true -
Men's Dorms true -
Sorority Housing true -
Fraternity Housing true -
Single-student Apartaments true -
Married Student Apartaments true -
Special Houses for Disable Students true -
Special Houses for International Students true -
Cooperative Houses true -
Other Housing Type true -

What are the dorms like at San Diego State University?

You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, San Diego State University dorms are similar to most college housing options. Most on-campus residence halls include singles, double, and suites. Floor plans vary from residence hall to residence hall. CampusReel hosts dorm tours of San Diego State University, and every one is different. As you’ll see, every dorm room is decorated in a unique and fun way - students are creative with their setups to make San Diego State University feel like home!

What are the dimensions of San Diego State University dorm rooms?

The San Diego State University dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of San Diego State University on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and San Diego State University likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.

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So I'm here with Lauren and Drug. They are twins who share in the storm together. So what's your dorm experience like here at San Agassi? It's been so nice. It's such a great opportunity getting to live in the dorms and make so many friends here and make connections in college for the first time. Yeah, Rodeo. Was that the same, or Yeah, I would say it's generally the same. It is a little bit different than, like, you know, coming from like home and having your own room and stuff. But it's nice because it puts you around a lot of people that you don't know and you have an opportunity to meet a whole bunch of people. Yeah, that's what I loved about the dorms to all Tzar Residence Hall has a lot of spaces for you to succeed and have fun with. Your, um, resident assists. Isn't resident assistant resident educational pair advisors. They set up a lot of programs, their spaces to hang out inside and outside. So you can, you know, set up your games. Your movies have a movie night. There's multiple TVs, multiple study spots, foosball out their pool table in here and the kitchen that anybody can use. There's also laundry mass at the dorm share. Use your red eyed, which is like a card that we all have Teo pay for is the laundry, so it's an offering, but it is there with you appreciate next year or the year after that. Yes. And STDs, you mirrors are full body perfect for a little. You know, if you want to do a mini photo shoo in the bathroom and between classes, they This is my, uh, it's a dorm, especially for students Okay. Hi, everybody. This is my friend Aisha, and this is our awesome room. She lives in quick. Akali Sweet. So this is not your average dorm room, But it is what a single room would look like in quique dorms. Um, so I used to want to introduce yourself and explain why you chose Indiana State. Yeah, you're here. My major is interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis and marketing, hospitality and film production. And to be really like, one of the main reasons why I chose in the state was because it was far enough away from home, where, like, my mom could really bother me at home. Which is a way, Yes, it is a like So, like, my parents don't really come down just trying to go out with me. A random person day, living death. But, you know, sometimes you gotta be a grind. But then I'm also close enough where I could go home and see them when I need Teo. So that was one of the main reasons that also, they have a great film department tallies, so that also give me room to grow. So can you explain your interdisciplinary minor a little bit more. Yeah. So we have a a program here at St where you get to create your own major, and that's called interdisciplinary studies because you're building into different aspects, different department. So we have participating departments here on campus. I'm a little bit different from a few other people because I have marketing, and that's typically not major that combined with two other ones. But they want to make it work, and they definitely work with you on that. So I was I decided, like, whatever we want, career, not like those three departments that suited what I wanted to. I ended up getting into that field possum. And what's your favorite part about being an SD s? U N y favorite part is definitely meeting the people that I've got here. They helped me grow so much and expanded. Release me and they wouldn't help me. Like, recycle that I want to achieve, like even before I graduated. Like I'm just some years a couple Still because of the people myself. Five. I'm definitely grateful for that. And just the research that they like San Diego. Thank you. Okay, so some important facts about San Diego State housing are that we recently passed a program or initiative where we have great security going to go to swipe in Awesome. But we passed a recent initiative where you have too little of campuses yourself here. So that is something to note your dorms your freshman This is what a typical dorm hallway looks like. Most of the buildings here, and this is a view of what the mind during looks like two double beds, Okay, guys, I'm going to show you. Is there a hall and one of the dorms inside it? It's one of the many living communities on our campus for incoming freshmen. Um, actually lived in there in my freshman year, so this is kind of a cool walk down the lane. Um, it's awesome in here. Parents. And now we're on our way to my dorm. So first things first, we're gonna take a look at the triples, which is what everybody mostly stays. And so you kind of have the choice between staying in a triple a single double or quiet. But everybody really is in trouble. So we're gonna look at my dorm room for right now. We're walking down the main hall and look, it's Mike's. How am I? Yes, this is a flying low. Yes, I am. Seo Hye ran. Okay, so now we're gonna answer my door. This is a triple in you. Bye. Right now we're in my room. Problem. My sleeping or these are my roommates. Hi, Andrew. His wing. He's sleeping, so I'm gonna clean up first and then I'll show you. All right, So I just cleaned up my room and took a minute. But we're here now, and my clean room presumably. And we're gonna go over some of the stuff that you might want to take to college or might need to take. They could help. Let's see the start by giving you a small story.