Living on-campus is an integral part of your UCSD education, more than just a place to study, eat, and sleep. All Eleanor Roosevelt College students can have this unique experience of community living in the residence halls located here at ERC and on the Revelle campus, in the ERC apartments, and in UCSD International House, which is located on the ERC campus. As a result, we hope you develop a concern and respect for others; make personal lifestyle decisions; share your academic and cultural experience with other students; and learn to live in a close-knit, diverse community. We believe these things are important to your success at UCSD and later in life. In order to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to achieve academic success, all residents must adhere to community guidelines that are important for successful group living. Inherent in these guidelines is our expectation that residents respect one another’s rights, abide by State law and University policies, and follow the UCSD Principles of Community.
The Residence Life staff at ERC (including 26 Resident Advisors or RAs), are committed to developing a safe and positive living-learning community for residents throughout the year. The RAs and several ERC student groups plan and organize a variety of activities ranging from social events to community service programs. We encourage you to make the most of your time here by becoming an active community member! Please consult the ERC Residence Life webpages for comprehensive information on residence life, housing, and Frequently Asked Questions.
We look forward to helping you make our neighborhoods your “second home”!