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UC San Diego Transitional Housing 

Transitional Housing

If are looking for housing in San Diego, we know this is a difficult time. We understand the anxiety this uncertainty creates, but there are resources available!

If you are looking for transitional housing, Marriott is offering UC San Diego students lower rates for longer stays at 4 participating Marriott locations. 

UC San Diego Transitional Housing

Enrolled UC San Diego undergraduate and graduate students can book a stay at one of 4 participating Marriott hotels in the San Diego area. Students can book a stay at reduced rates for daily/weekly/monthly stays (note: rates depend on the length of stay and are subject to availability). Students staying for 90 consecutive days, or longer will receive the best rate.

The Residence Inn hotels feature large suites equipped with full kitchens, and include breakfast and WiFi in the price. The Courtyard features rooms with a mini fridge and microwave. Hotels are also conveniently located less than 6 miles away from campus and have MTS routes that are accessible at the La Jolla and Sorrento Valley locations.

Explore the participating Marriott locations by following the link below, and for those seeking a roommate or roommates, check out the UCSD Marriott Program Roommates Facebook Page.

Link to UC San Diego Transitional Housing with Marriott Hotels: 

Subsidized Transitional Housing Assistance

To support students to afford the Marriott Hotel transitional housing / extended stay resource, the UC San Diego Basic Needs Committee has advocated to provide some subsidized support to students with financial need.

If you anticipate needing financial assistance to support your transitional housing stay at the Marriott Hotel (Residence Inn La Jolla, Residence Inn Sorrento Mesa/Sorrento Valley, Courtyard Sorrento Valley, or Residence Inn Del Mar), please fill out this Subsidized Transitional Housing Assistance Form.

The Subsidized Transitional Housing Assistance Form will be open for 2 weeks, students who apply will be assessed via Financial Aid for financial support and may be provided individual resource suggestions. At the end of the 2 weeks all forms will be assessed as an effort to be equitable and not just first come first serve.