2004 USD Fact Book


Campus Life

For Housing information, call (619) 26o-41n or log on to http://hous ing.sandiego. edu.

Living on Campus Approximately 2,400 students, roughly half of all undergraduates and a small number of graduate students, live on campus, supervised by full-time resident staff and 50 student resident advisers . In addition, a number of faculty and members of religious orders also live in the residence halls. There are four areas designated for freshmen. Camino-Founders Hall is exclusively for female students; Maher Hal.I and the Miss ions A and B complexes are coed. Manchester Village, a new concept in student housing, opened in 2002, accommodating some 330 students and faculty in an environment that promotes life skills along with academics. Five apartment complexes are within walking distance of the campus. Public Safety USD's public safety officers patrol the campus around the dock seven days a week. The department offers a series of crime-prevention programs and a dusk-to-dawn escort service for anyone walking to any location on campus or within a one-mile radius. Student Resource Center The Student Resource Center, located on the first floor of the Hahn University Center, offers referral services including: Academic Assistance Support The Student Resource Center professional staff and peer advisers conduct advising sessions to assist all students with the development of an academic assistance plan. All students are welcome to participate in this program to improve their academic performance.

Made with FlippingBook Ebook Creator