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Housing Amenities & Benefits

  • Each residence building is fully staffed with a Resident Director, Resident Assistants, and Roving Security Patrol Officers. Housekeeping cleans all buildings daily and weekly.
  • All residences are equipped with wi-fi service.
  • Basic furnishings are provided: mobile drawer unit, desk or drafting table, bed frame and mattress, chair or stool, and desk lamp. Coin-operated laundry facilities can be found in every residence.
  • Many activities and events are offered in all residence buildings. Shuttle service between buildings is provided at no cost.
Dorms on Sutter

First Year Students

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International House at 860 Sutter Street
This residence hall is for those who want to share and learn cultural diversity.

  • UNDER 21, CO-ED
  • The I-House Diner is located in the building and a meal plan is required
  • Also available to domestic students
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The Commodore Residence Hall at 825 Sutter Street
The Commodore is located in the heart of the downtown area, three blocks west of Union Square and at the foot of Nob Hill.

  • UNDER 21, CO-ED
  • A meal plan is required
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Howard Brodie Women's Residence Hall at 655 Sutter Street
This modern building is located in the heart of Nob Hill, two blocks from Union Square, and is our largest female residence hall.

  • UNDER 21, FEMALE ONLY
  • A meal plan is required.
  • Steps away from the Academy's Fine Art building and two Academy galleries
  • Laundry room located in the building
  • Located next to “The EGG”, the Academy’s Student Center
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Auguste Rodin Men's Residence Hall at 1055 Pine Street
This turn-of-the-century building is located in the Nob Hill area and it is our largest male residence hall.

  • UNDER 21, MALE ONLY
  • Café Rodin is located in the building and a meal plan is required
  • The residence hall has an outdoor half-court basketball court
  • Has a garden with tables and umbrellas for outside dining and other activities

Continuing Students

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Clara Gil Stephens "Health & Wellness" Hall at 620 Sutter Street
This historic landmark houses a co-ed residence hall and athletic facilities.

  • CO-ED, UNDER 21 ONLY
  • Located in the heart of Nob Hill, minutes from Union Square and Chinatown
  • Indoor swimming pool and gym facilities available
  • Swimming pool and gym facilties located in the apartment building
 

The Star "Sustainability Hall" at 1727 Lombard Street
 

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Mary Cassatt "Social Justice" Hall at 2209 Van Ness Avenue
This impressive Victorian building features a carved oak hallway and stunning architecture.

  • 21 AND OVER, CO-ED
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The Ansel Adams "Social Justice" Hall at 2211 Van Ness Avenue
This modern apartment building offers luxurious, relaxing environment for graduate students.

  • 21 AND OVER, GRADUATE ONLY
  • Exterior includes beautiful pond with dozens of koi fish surrounded by tropical foliage
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Coco Chanel "Women's Empowerment" Hall at 1916 Octavia Street
This beautiful four-story mansion is located in Pacific Heights. Each room has its own distinctive personality.

  • UNDER 21, FEMALE ONLY
  • Located up the street from beautiful Lafayette Park
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Frank Lloyd Wright "Moving Towards Gender Neutrality" Hall at 1153 Bush Street
An amazing Victorian building featuring stained glass windows and an oak staircase.

  • UNDER 21, CONTINUING STUDENTS ONLY
  • Located in the Nob Hill area and within walking distance to Chinatown
  • The residence hall has an outdoor half-court basketball court

Continuing Students (Over 21)

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Vermeer Apartments at 736 Jones Street
This handsome and quiet building is perched on one of San Francisco's famed hills and surrounded by restaurants and art galleries.

  • 21 AND OVER ONLY
  • Located near Union Square
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Leonardo Da Vinci Apartments at 1080 Bush Street
History is combined with modernity in this beautiful and convenient six-story apartment building.

  • 21 AND OVER ONLY
  • Pool table and laundry room located in the apartment building
  • Near the California cable car line
  • Ten minute walk from Chinatown
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The Ansel Adams "Social Justice" Hall at 2211 Van Ness Avenue
This modern apartment building offers luxurious, relaxing environment for graduate students.

  • 21 AND OVER, GRADUATE ONLY
  • Exterior includes beautiful pond with dozens of koi fish surrounded by tropical foliage
 

Half Moon Apartments at 575 Harrison Street
 

Graduate Students

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John Singer Sargent Graduate Apartments at 1900 Jackson Street
This modern building is located in the clean, quiet, and beautiful Pacific Heights neighborhood.

  • Just blocks from beautiful Lafayette Park
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Fritz Lang Apartments at 560 Powell Street
This beautiful turn-of-the-century apartment building is a stone's throw from the hustle and bustle of San Francisco's Union Square.

  • Within walking distance of the San Francisco cable cars
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Edgar Degas Apartments at 680 Sutter Street
This lovely apartment building is in the heart of Nob Hill, minutes from Union Square and Chinatown.

  • Located steps away from the Academy’s Photography building
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Leonardo Da Vinci Apartments at 1080 Bush Street
History is combined with modernity in this beautiful and convenient six-story apartment building.

  • Pool table and laundry room located in the apartment building
  • Near the California cable car line
  • Ten minute walk from Chinatown
  • Also open to undergraduate students that are over 21