We are eager to help you find a home on campus or in one of the many attractive neighborhoods nearby. We also provide a secure website where law students may seek roommates and exchange information. Law students may reside in privately owned or university-owned properties.
- University-owned properties offer attractive, accessible and affordable residences for law students who are single, partnered or raising children.
- Privately-owned properties: A diverse array of apartments are available near the UCLA campus. The UCLA Housing Office has compiled Neighborhood Profiles. You can also review the Housing Guide assembled in 2019 on the basis of a survey of law students. UCLA Law Admissions has also compiled a guide to private housing.
- The University Cooperative Housing Association provides affordable housing to qualified students, visiting scholars and faculty of UCLA. The Co-op offers reasonably priced accommodations for those who might not be able to afford alternatives.