Off-Campus Housing

Get one-on-one help.

Our Off Campus Housing Coordinator, Chant'e is available for one-on-one meetings to help you with finding resources and answering your off-campus housing questions.

Make an Appointment

There are known accessibility issues with Calendly. If you are experiencing accessibility or usability barriers while attempting to schedule an appointment with the Off Campus Housing Liaison and need to report a barrier or get assistance, call (707) 826-5509 or email Housingliaison@humboldt.edu. You can expect a response within 2 business days.

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If you need assistance with food, wellness, or any Basic Needs please check out our resources at basicneeds.humboldt.edu.

You can also reach Chant'e at 707.826.5509 or housingliaison@humboldt.edu

Off-Campus Housing Newsletter

Off Campus Housing Guide

We put together a guide to help you make your decision—from making a good impression on landlords to getting your safety deposit back.

Explore Our Guide

Guide Sections:

2020 Safe Places to Live in Humboldt County

Explore the safest places in the U.S. based on crime rates for murder, assault, rape, burglary, and other crime statistics. Ranking based on Niche's 2020 Best Places to Live Ranking and includes only places that earned strong Crime & Safety grades.

Humboldt County “Places To Live” Search

Humboldt County Property Managers

Humboldt County Property Managers (PDF)

Humboldt State University does not inspect or endorse the listed properties or make any warranties regarding their condition, nor does HSU secure off-campus housing for students. Off Campus Housing accepts listings with the expectation and understanding that the landlord or agent is in compliance with the Fair Housing Act.

Community Resources

This community guide was put together as part of the Humboldt Tenant Landlord Collaboration and is available for you to reference. It has everything from utility companies to post offices, movers, food banks, and much more in the Arcata/Eureka/McKinleyville areas. 

View Community Resource Guide

Emergency Housing Program

The Campus Assistance, Response, and Engagement (CARE) Office facilitates the Emergency Housing program. In this program students who are unable to find permanent housing, or abruptly lose their housing are sometimes able to be housed temporarily on campus. This program is subject to availability. For more information email dos@humboldt.edu, or click the link above to do a self referral form for CARE Services and indicate that you need assistance with housing.

Humboldt Tenant-Landlord Collaboration

HTLC is an educational program designed to promote best practices for tenants and landlords throughout the HSU community.

The 10-module certification program will help students, renters, and property owners build positive and equitable relationships. Individuals who complete the program will earn HTLC’s “Good Neighbor” certificate, showing their commitment to improving community relations across Humboldt County.

More about HTLC

HSU Housing and Residence Life

There is a wide variety of on-campus housing options to suit your needs: apartments, suites, or traditional residence halls. Each comes with a list of amenities, facilities, and other features to make your life a little easier. You can even live alongside students who share common interests in one of our Theme Housing options.

On-Campus Housing Options

Off Campus Housing Coordinator
Chant'e Catt
707.826.5509
housingliaison@humboldt.edu

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Make an Appointment

There are known accessibility issues with Calendly. If you are experiencing accessibility or usability barriers while attempting to schedule an appointment with the Off Campus Housing Liaison and need to report a barrier or get assistance, call (707) 826-5509 or send an email to housingliaison@humboldt.edu. You can expect a response within 2 business days.

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