Student Housing operates one campus apartment complex, Solano Park, and partners with five privately-managed apartment complexes, 8th & Wake Apartments, West Village Apartments, The Colleges at La Rue, The Atriums at La Rue Park, and Russell Park, to provide exceptional, yet competitively-priced campus housing options for students who do not wish, or are not eligible to live in the residence halls. Student Housing also partners with several private apartment complexes to offer a transfer student-specific apartment living program called Student Housing Apartments (SHA).
Students with children should consider apartments that are intended for families - in particular, Solano Park and Russell Park - and that are close to subsidized campus day care facilities.
Solano Park Apartments
Student Housing operates one campus apartment complex, Solano Park Apartments. For more information about Solano Park, refer to the following page:
Student Housing Apartments
To learn about SHA apartment communities, refer to the following page:
To learn about transfer student housing options, including application and qualification requirements, and included services and amenities, refer to the Transfer Student Housing Program webpage.
Privatized Campus Apartments
In addition to Student Housing's Solano Park Apartments and SHA program, five privately-owned, privately-managed (non-UC Davis) apartment complexes are available on the UC Davis campus. Each complex operates in partnership with UC Davis, while maintaining their own staff, programs, and buildings.
Contact a community to learn more about what they have to offer: the types of rooms available, special programming, environment, and pricing, as well as learn how to apply for housing and to determine eligibility.
- 8th and Wake – Elevated Graduate Living (Castilian Re-Development)
- The Colleges at La Rue
- The Atriums at La Rue Park
- Russell Park
- UC Davis West Village Apartments
Campus Guests & Visiting Scholars
University Guest Resident Program
The Conference Housing University Guest Resident Program (UGR) was discontinued effective July 2010.
Furnished apartments for visiting scholars are also available through the Real Estate Services unit in the Office of Resource Management and Planning. These apartments are offered for short-term stays, although opportunities may exist for extended stays.