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Los Angeles City College does not offer on-campus housing. To assist you in securing a place to stay while studying in Los Angeles, below are a few housing options and contact information. Please note that LACC provides general information regarding housing accommodations for the purpose of assisting students only. The college does not assume any responsibilities for the condition, suitability, or reliability of the resources listed below, nor does it assume accountability or liability for any agreement and contracts into which students enter with them.

Resources Housing

If you would like assitance finding housing in Los Angeles whether it is shared housing, a room for rent, or your own home, use the link below to have an agency assist you with your housing search.

If you are looking for a shared housing option with private space that is fully furnished and has access to community spaces and activities, click on the link below:

  • Eddy
  • U.S. Support Services (Discount Available for LACC Students)
  • LA Student Dorms
  • SOTA (Koreatown Co-Living)
  • Diggz
  • The Hive
    • Price Breakdown for LACC special:
    • 2-bedroom 2 bath Standard: $1050 per month with a $2000 gift card ½ paid after the first month ½ paid in Jan or a $150/month concession: Monthly concession rent effect to $900. 
    • 2-bedroom 2 bath Deluxe: $1100 per month with a $2400 gift card ½ paid after the first month ½ paid in Jan or a $200 /month concession. Monthly concession rent effect to $900. 
    • 5 bedroom 3 bath ADU: $1150 per month with a $3k gift card ½ paid after the first month ½ paid in Jan or a $250/month concession.
    • Monthly concession rent effect to $900

This housing option is popular for students who are independent and seek a space of their own. Most students choose this option after they have established connections in the area and have made friends during their first year. Most students rent an apartment for six-month to one-year periods of time.

When selecting your apartment, make sure it is in a desirable location and close to bus lines, shopping and social activities. Most students who choose this option will live with one or more roommates, but living alone is also an option for those who would like more personal space. Since choosing an apartment is such a personal decision, with so many options and possibilities to choose from, it is the students’ responsibility to make their own living arrangements.

In My Area:Find providers and compare prices for Internet, Cable TV and other home services available in your specific area. This service is at no cost to students and includes free relocation consultations.

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