Soka University of America provides on-campus housing to undergraduate and graduate students. Students spend their college career living on campus, making Residential Life one of the most important aspects of student life. The residence halls serve as a foundation for students in their need to not only “live” on campus but also “learn” within an engaging community environment.

Soka’s Residential Community is…

  • A community with purpose. A place to study and prepare for classes and an engaging community where meaningful relationships are formed.
  • An open and inclusive community where freedom of thought and expression are valued and citizens are respected.
  • A disciplined community where all members of the community are entitled to safety, cleanliness, quiet, and privacy.
  • A place of compassion where each resident can have a significant impact in the lives of others and within the hall.

The mission of Residential Life is to nurture a sense of belonging in an innovative community that inspires the development of self-authorship, life skills, and a commitment to diversity and inclusion in every resident.

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Residence Halls

Explore our residence halls.

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Support in the Halls

Meet those who will support you in the halls.

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Requesting Accommodations through Disability Services

Visit our Disability Services page to see how the halls can best suit you.