During the school year, we sometimes have unoccupied dorm rooms available for nightly rental. The Short Term Housing Request Form may be used to book nightly dorm housing. This form can also be used for summer housing requests.
We have some capacity for double occupancy; rooms containing two twin beds. If you are asking for double occupancy, be sure to let us know if you are willing to share a room with another person or provide us with your specific roommates information.
There is also a small kitchen/cafe on campus that serves prepared meals throughout the day for a nominal charge. Meals and meal cards can be purchased directly from the kitchen when you arrive on campus.
We offer limited Housing in Private Homes options. Housing in Private Homes is an accommodation in a local family’s home. Some hosts do offer laundry room and kitchen use for an additional fee that is negotiable with the host. Rudolf Steiner College manages guest placement in a host’s home and billing for Shared Bath Single and Shared Bath Double accommodations.
We ask that you treat your Host’s home with respect, and hosts are individuals that are allowing people into their homes. Specific concerns can be addressed directly with the host once your stay is confirmed.
If you live one mile or less from the College and are interested in becoming a host please contact the Housing Office at 916-864-4816.
There are eight home units; each unit has six private bedrooms, two shared bathrooms, a shared living-dining room and a shared kitchen.
Each dorm resident has a private room with desk, chair, lamp, bed and closet with storage shelves. Double occupancy is also available for residents for an additional charge. Two telephone lines are available for activation in each bedroom. A wired DSL internet connection is available in all units for no additional fee. Every room has independent cooling/heating controls that can be adjusted by the occupant.
Laundry facilities are available on campus for a nominal fee. A large Commons Room and a small TV room are also available for student use during times when classes are not in session in the Library building.
Residency in the dorms is available for the September through May academic year. Dorm rooms are then opened for the guests attending the numerous summer classes from June to August.
For information on rental fees and payment, please e-mail or call the Housing Office. Fall dorm placement is on a first-come-first-served basis, subject to availability.
Rudolf Steiner college students who choose to live on campus can enjoy being near our many campus activities, as well as the adjacent American River Parkway for running, kayaking, hiking, and biking. The dormitories are situated on the south side of the campus near the garden and next to the library.
Residents who come to live on campus are a very diverse group–they vary widely in age, gender, race, and religion, and many are international students. All residents who come are unique and bring their many talents and interests to share with the campus community.
We try to accommodate housing and roommate preferences in our six-bedroom units. The more information you can give us about your preferences, the better able we are to put groups together that will be compatible. We strive to do our best to accommodate all of your specific needs, while staying within a reasonable housing plan.
Prospective dorm residents should be prepared for a communal situation where bathrooms and kitchen facilities are shared. In particular, kitchen space is limited. Cooperation and communication is key to having a wonderful living situation while on campus.
Rudolf Steiner college students who choose to live on campus can enjoy being near our many campus activities as well as the adjacent American River Parkway for hiking and biking. The dormitories are situated on the south side of the campus near the garden and next to the library.
The people who come to live on campus are a very diverse group–they vary widely in age, and many are international students. All who come bring their many talents to share.
We try to accommodate preferences in our six-bedroom units, for a more gregarious or more contemplative life style. The more information you can give us about your preferences, the better able we are to put groups together that will be compatible. Of course, changes can be made after the fact if needed.
Prospective dorm residents should be prepared for a communal situation where bathrooms and kitchen facilities are shared. In particular, kitchen space is limited. Cooperation is the key!
You can reach the Housing Office by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 916-864-4816, or send a fax to 877-782-1887.