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The University prioritizes housing annually for SFTS and GST students enrolled full-time in a GST/SFTS degree program, their spouses and children. Admission to the GST/SFTS does not guarantee housing, at the same time, applicants may be assured that every effort will be made to accommodate their housing needs.
Housing eligibility is based on program duration:
Students who are part time or who would like to stay in housing longer than these eligibility terms may petition the Senior Executive, Marin Campus, Kathy_Ogren@redlands.edu. She will confer with the Dean’s Office on a case by case basis.
GST student rental rates are set by The University Board of Trustees, at a rate that ensures affordable cost. For ease of reference, these rates and deposit amounts can be found here.
Rents are paid monthly to EBMC by the first of each month. For the month(s) where the lease month may not be a full month, pro-rated rent is calculated. This is the rental amount divided by 30 (days) multiplied by the number of days under the rental agreement. All students are required to put down a deposit when moving into housing. All leases will have both move-in and move-out inspections at the beginning and end of their lease terms respectively.
Once in housing, rent can be paid online through the property portal (credit card or bank connection) or alternatively a check can be sent directly to EBMC's head office in Rohnert Park.
Housing is managed by Eugene Burger Management Corporation (EBMC), who processes housing applications. You can reach out directly to the on-site housing manager from EBMC regarding the next semester housing or current housing availabilities. (Shaun, firstname.lastname@example.org). The Marin Campus has a variety of sized housing units at the property from studio units up to three- bedroom apartment style units. In general, two- and three-bedroom apartments (Student Village) are for single students or married couples with minor children; one-bedroom apartments in Landon Halls are for married couples and single students; and the two-bedroom apartments in Oxtoby Hall are either for dual occupancy student sharing or for single occupancy students.
Housing applications must be submitted for each semester (Fall, Spring or Summer). Those students who submit a housing application after the deadline will be notified as to any remaining availabilities. Full-time students already in housing and continuing in a GST/SFTS degree program, will be sent an online application and request for updated documents should a student wish to request future semesters in student housing.
These are the 2022-2023 deadlines:
EBMC will conduct relevant background checks and will make appropriate housing decisions in its review of student housing applications. All effort will be made when processing applications to help students, including contacting a student if we require further information or supporting documents. The student rental leases are fixed term in nature and terminate on the last day of the lease.
EBMC follows local and federal laws regarding emotional support and service animals, all students accepted for housing will have the opportunity to sign the relevant “Pet Addendum” that will be part of the lease agreement.
All units are provided with refrigerators, microwaves, and stoves. The Student Village units have dishwashers and sink disposal units.
Coin-operated laundry rooms are provided in each student building, except in a building where Laundry hookups are available within a unit. Tenants are prohibited from bringing and installing washers, dryers, air- conditioners, and/or dishwashers in any apartment, except for units where appropriate washer/dryer connections are provided.
The GST/SFTS does not provide furnished units.
Gas and electric are included in rent for units in Oxtoby and Landon. For all other housing units, residents are responsible for establishing and maintaining accounts with the local provide, PG&E.