San Diego is a popular California destination for tourists, and it’s no wonder why with its beautiful water, climate and activities; so imagine what attending college in San Diego would be like! Congratulations on choosing San Diego State University as your higher education destination! Are you ready to join the Aztec family?
SDSU is a popular school for many, so make sure you stay up-to-date with all of your tasks once accepted into the school. This is particularly true when it comes to housing. Make sure you keep a calendar of important dates like filing for on-campus housing, selection for roommates, and move-in dates. Staying on top of critical dates will allow you to start college on the right foot!
SDSU offers students a wide variety of living options, including off-campus resources. However, if you are wanting to bond with students, get to know the school better, and stay on top of your academics you’ll want to live on-campus. Need a how-to? Just click on this link to get a step-by-step list on how to apply. Once you’ve applied, you can pick between eight residence halls or two school apartments; you can also pick from single, double or triple rooms.
Before you pack up all of your belongings in a moving truck and drive to the sunny coast of San Diego, you’ll want to know what each room provides.
- Desk and chair
- Local cable television
Don’t forget that the nearest U-Haul location to campus for your moving needs is located in Lemon Grove, however, there are other San Diego locations you can visit if you’re looking for boxes for storage in your dorm and more! And if you’re wanting to tour the residence halls, check out this video!
If you want a student’s perspective on what it’s like to move to campus, then watch this video! In the video, you can see a flood of students carrying boxes and parents lugging luggage around. However, you can avoid the moving day chaos of crowded halls and congested elevators by taking your time at home and packing up your belongings and placing them in boxes. Collegeboxes teams up with carriers to pick up all of the boxes off of your doorstep, store them and then deliver them to your dorm room by the time you move in. Moving day just can’t get any easier!
How was moving to the San Diego State University campus for you? Where did you live? Share your input in the comments section below!