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Policies and Guidelines


At UC San Diego, we believe you will find living on campus is an integral part of your education. As a result of your community living experience, we hope that you will develop a concern and respect for others; make responsible choices and decisions about a lifestyle which suits you best; share your academic, social, and cultural experience with other students; and learn to live peacefully in close quarters with a diverse group of people. We encourage you to work toward developing a positive involvement in your community, based on your rights and responsibilities as a resident living on campus.

Please be aware that as part of your housing contract, everyone who chooses to live in our residence communities must abide by the rules and regulations of UCSD, including, but not limited to, the UC San Diego Principles of Community, the UCSD RESNET Acceptable Use Policy, all applicable local, state, and federal laws, and the Housing and Residence Life policies outlined below. All of these guidelines are here to establish a safe and secure living environment and to support your success as a UCSD student. Any student who anticipates or observes a potential violation of policy is expected to immediately remove themselves from the environment in which the violation may occur. One's presence during any violation of University or Housing policy ultimately condones, supports, and/or encourages the behavior or potential violation of policy.

It is important to realize that students living in a group environment affect each other's lives in many ways. We strongly believe that one's actions demonstrate one's commitment to respecting differences. In addition, we will not accept ignorance, humor, anger, alcohol or substance abuse as an excuse, reason, or rationale for behavior. Certain shared responsibilities such as mutual cooperation, inclusion, and respect are integral to any successful group living situation. It also means accepting personal responsibility for how your everyday actions affect others living with you as roommates and neighbors. Establishing a positive and supportive residence environment means each individual must make occasional adjustments in personal habits, attitudes, and beliefs. Successful on-campus living, whether in the residence halls or apartments, means exercising your rights while recognizing your responsibilities in respecting the equally legitimate rights of the other members in your community.

Housing and Residence Life Policies

Housing Contract

Important Housing Dates and Information

Housing Calendar 2022-2023

The Housing Contract officially ends 24 hours after your student's final spring quarter exam or by Saturday, June 17, 2023 at 6P, whichever comes first.

Please mark your calendars and keep this in mind throughout the academic year as you plan your student's departure.

Additionally, Sixth College Residences will remain open and available for our residents through fall, winter, and spring breaks and the shared facilities in their apartments or floor lounges may be used to cook during this time. There will likely be an HDH Dining location open for limited hours during the breaks.

Posting Policy

Postings of any kind are not currently allowed in Sixth College nor Sixth College Residential Life at NTPLLN (including doors, windows, and columns).

We are currently updating our posting policy.  We anticipate installing digital signage equipment, which will allow campus departments and Registered Student Organizations to submit advertising for events.

For questions, please contact the Sixth College Dean of Student Affairs Office at (858) 822-5933 or at