UC San Diego Housing: Sixth College
Sixth College challenges students to explore the historical and philosophical connections between culture, art, and technology. Creativity, imagination and artistic expression are encouraged as students learn to take intellectual risks and think outside the box. The residential life program serves to enhance the academic mission and philosophy of the college by making connections to learning experiences outside the classroom.
Neighborhood & Housing
Most Sixth College first-year students live in predominantly Single, Double, and Triple rooms housed in eight two-story residence halls containing suites with lounges for studying and socializing. Small buildings in a park-like setting promote a sense of community where it’s easy to meet others. The living area is conveniently equipped with wireless internet.
First-year residents may also be housed in Sixth College apartments—furnished townhouses with kitchen, outdoor patio, dining room, living room and Double or Single bedrooms. First year students may also overflow to the Revelle Residence Halls.
Laundry facilities, mailroom, kitchen facilities, student-run TV station and Foodworx and Club Med dining services facilities are nearby. A community lodge and quad offer space for studying and social programs.
Sample Building Layouts
Sample layouts only. Configurations and Triple spaces vary by facility.
|Residence Hall Suite|
|Apartment (one-story)||Apartment (two-story)|
Residential Life at Sixth College
Sixth College Residential Life offers various events to encourage social, cultural, physical and academic growth. Residents build traditions through Student Council, Programming Board, and Sixer Mixers Committee, which plans college events.