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APPLY

UCHA Welcomes You

 

UCHA is not just housing, it is an amazing opportunity to connect with a huge cross section of the academic community, from across disciplines to around the world.  Applying is your first step in what may become the most enriching time of your life.

You can request to move in for any academic quarter that will begin within the next 12 months. 

Due to COVID-19, we still have spaces available RIGHT NOW!

Please send ONLY ONE application per person.

Applications must be manually signed, then email to us:

  • a scan (not a photo) of your signed application,

  • proof of student status (i.e. Admission letter, current,valid school ID, I-20 copy, etc.)

  • a valid state ID/Driver’s licence or passport 

  • payment of the application fee by cash, money order, or credit card
    (we do not accept wire transfers or PayPal)

Your application is valid for only one academic year (Fall through Summer). If you don't want admission for the quarter you initially applied for, you may request (by email) for your application to be held for another quarter’s admission. If you have not moved in by Summer, you would have to re-apply for admission to the next academic year.

Regular Processing: 1-2 weeks $35
Express Processing: within 3 business days $60

Eligibility

ALL applicants must be at least 18 years of age.

Academic Requirements – all applicants must fulfill one of the following criteria:

  • Be a full-time UCLA undergraduate student (taking 12 quarterly or 12 semester units), Graduate student, PHD student or professional degree program (law, medicine etc.). Applicants/students on OPT (practical training) or those following preparatory language courses are not eligible to apply.

  • Graduate, PhD students or PhD holders, working on a temporary research project at UCLA (full-time salaried/career researchers are not eligible).

  • UCLA faculty member – teacher in direct relation to the academic education of UCLA students (50% FTE hours or more per week to teaching duties) in courses offered by the UCLA registrar. Other employees  are not eligible.

  • Non-UCLA student – attending full time (12 semester units or 12 quarterly units), an accredited college or university (undergraduate, graduate, associate degree or qualified certificate program). Students following preparatory language courses or those students not meeting the minimum quarterly/semester unit requirement need not apply/not eligible.  Non-UCLA students are accepted to fill no more than 20% of total UCHA occupancy.

 

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