Southern California Preadmission Information Receptions
San Francisco State University is hosting a series of information sessions for Fall 2014 applicants who live in Southern California. At each reception you will discover:
- How outstanding SF State's academic programs are
- What steps to take for Fall registration and advising
- What a terrific educational value SF State offers
- On-campus Housing options, and how to secure a space
- How diverse our campus is
- And JUST PLAIN FUN!
The SF State Housing application for 2014-2015 will be available beginning Tuesday, October 1, 2013. Applicants will need to apply for the University before applying for Housing, as the SF State ID number and password are required to access the online Housing application.
Returning Resident Process
The Returning Resident Process has begun! Current residents can access the 2014-2015 License Agreement via the SF State Housing Portal. For important dates and FAQs, please see the Returning Resident Process page.
Housing installment payments are due the first of each month, September through April. For the Fee Schedule, Installment Breakdown, and answers to your payment questions, please see the Paying for Housing section of our website. Please see below for the last day to pay without receiving a late fee each month:
- March: Wednesday, March 5, 2014
- April: Saturday, April 5, 2014
Payments must be made by 5pm on the date above to avoid the $20 late fee.
New Student Information from Residential Life
Please make sure to periodically check the Residential Life website for information about living on campus.
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