You must apply for Fuller Housing separately from Fuller Admissions. We strongly encourage you to apply to Housing immediately. Even if you have not received an Admissions decision you can still apply to Housing. However, you must have completed an admissions application in order to receive a student G# needed to complete a housing application. It is your responsibility to immediately inform the Housing Office when you hear back about your Admissions decision. To apply please complete an online housing application at any time during the year.
To be considered for Fuller Housing's Intentional Community you must submit an additional application Apply for Intentional Community>
If you are an international student, you must be cleared by the International Student Office (ISO) and additionally confirm your Visa status with ISO.
If you are a full time staff member you may be eligible for Fuller Staff Housing in Temple City, California. Before submitting an application please contact Cynthia Cruz-Tupas - 626.584.5443 | email@example.com
Fuller Housing currently has more students than it does available units. As a result, housing works on a “first come, first serve wait list.” After you apply you will be placed on the wait list for available units in all our apartment complexes based on your 1) earliest date you will start paying rent and 2) the date you submitted your application. Due to limited availability, Fuller Housing does not guarantee an offer to students, but offers are made on a case by case basis. This includes both new students and current residents looking to transfer units. In order to ensure as many applicants as possible receive an offer, each applicant will be made up to three offers before being moved to the end of the wait list.
Although you may submit an application to Fuller Housing prior to being accepted into Fuller Theological Seminary, in order to be eligible to actually receive an offer from Fuller Housing, you must meet the following requirements:
1. Be accepted into Fuller, and be cleared by the Admissions Office and the Financial Aid Office (although you can submit a housing application prior to being accepted into Fuller Seminary).
2. If you are an international student (you are not a U.S citizen or permanent resident) you must be cleared by ISO and have your visa to receive an offer.
3. Must be a full-time student, who is registered for at least 24 units of master’s-level or 16 units of doctoral-level course work within an academic year. You are allowed to stay for 60 days after your last quarter ends. The 24 units a year begins when you sign your lease. Please note students pursuing MAGL, DMin (aside from International students in the Korean DMin), and certificates are NOT ELIGILBE for housing.
4. You must be starting classes within 1 month from the time your lease begins.
Alternatively, if you are a full time staff member you may be eligible for Fuller Staff Housing in Temple City. Before submitting an application please contact Cynthia Cruz-Tupas - 626.584.5443 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Fuller Housing operates on a wait list system based on 1) your earliest date you will start paying and 2) the date you submitted your application. With limited availability, Fuller Housing does not guarantee an offer to new students. Due to the nature of the lease agreements, we do not know when a tenant will move out until they give a 30 day notice. Because of this, we cannot guarantee that housing will be made available to you by your pay by date. Additionally, we cannot guarantee that a specific unit type, or location will be available at that time. Typically we contact prospective tenants with housing offers between 4-6 weeks before your earliest pay by date. If you have not heard from us 6 weeks before your earliest date please contact us.
Fuller Housing owns or leases 283 units in 8 complexes. Rent is based upon the size of the unit and its amenities. The majority of our units are carpeted, and all of them have a refrigerator and stove/oven unit but are otherwise unfurnished. Additionally, many of our newest units in Chang Commons have dishwashers and washer/dryer units.
RENT RATE COMPARISON
How do Fuller Housing rent rates compare to others in the area? Overall, downtown Pasadena is an expensive place to live. Fuller Housing's rates are 10-30% below area rates. In the past 1-2 years, 2000+ new luxury residential units built within one mile of campus, many with rates 50% above Fuller Housing's rates. For additional rent rate comparison information, try the Rent-O-Meter website.
ELIGIBILITY FOR FAMILIES
Maximum Occupancy for Unit Types - All units are for Fuller Communities Families only. Fuller families are defined as spouses, and children under 21 years only. Other family members must obtain permission from the Housing Department before they are permitted to potentially stay.
|Unit Type||Maximum Occupancy||2019 Rent*|
|1 Bedroom||2 Adults
+ 1 Child(under 18)
+ 1 Baby(under 1)
|$990 to $1500|
|2 Bedroom||4 Adults
+ 1 Child(under 18)
+ 1 Baby(under 1)
|$1310 to $1800|
|3 Bedroom||6 Adults
+ 1 Child(under 18)
+ 1 Baby(under 1)
|$1730 to $2100|
|4 Bedroom||8 Adults
+ 1 Child(under 18)
+ 1 Baby(under 1)
ELIGIBILITY FOR ROOMMATE SITUATIONS
Maximum Occupancy for Unit Types - Roommates only
|Unit Type||Maximum Occupancy||2019 Rent*|
|Studio Loft||2 Adults||$1075|
|1-Bedroom||2 Adults||$990 to $1500|
|2-Bedroom||4 Adults, though priority given to families||$1310 to $1800|
|3-Bedroom||Priority given to families||$1730 to $2100|
*does not include parking or utility fees
Units offered are considered unfurnished. However, the majority of our units are carpeted, and have a refrigerator and stove/oven. In addition, some newer units in Chang Commons also have a dishwasher and washer/dryer unit.
The duration of the initial lease is for six months from the effective date of your lease. The Fuller Housing Lease is a Legally Binding Document. If you break the six-month term of the lease agreement, you will be charged rent for the entire six-month period, regardless if you have not moved in or have already moved out of the apartment or even if you no longer attend Fuller Seminary. (Please contact our office for a sample Lease document)
After six months, the lease will be automatically extended month-to-month as long as you pay your rent and remain eligible. To terminate the lease, you will need to give written notification 30 days in advance by completing a "30-Day Notice Form," available at the House office.
Rent is due on the 1st of each month. Renters have a grace period till the 10th of each month. After the 10th a late fee of 6% of the base rent (not to exceed $30) will be added. When the 10th falls on the weekend, rent is due the following Monday. You will be charged a service fee for any bounced checks (NSF or bad checks). You can pay your rent by check, cash, or credit card (one time payment or automatic enrollment).
Additionally, please note that we are a separate auxiliary entity with an accounting system unique to Fuller Housing. Any financial transactions, contracts, or financial aid payments received by Student Financial Services do not fulfill financial obligations to Fuller Housing.
Fuller Housing does not provide a roommate matching service. If interested in finding a roommate, a post can be made in Fuller Quad.
If you would like to have a roommate, it is your responsibility to find an eligible Fuller student of the same sex to room with you. If you and another student agree to become roommates, both of you must contact the Housing Office in order to inform us of the match if you wish to be considered for an offer.
You will receive your assigned parking space number, permit, and gate opener upon move-in. ONLY ONE SPOT PER APARTMENT is guaranteed. Park only in your assigned garage or parking space. When parking on the street or visitor area, observe the parking signs. Do not park in anyone else's space, garage, or in front of a garage as your car may be subject to towing at your expense. For additional parking, please contact Parking Services.
Water filters of any kind are not allowed to be installed. Excess water pressure caused by water filters can cause damage to the plumbing. Resident will be held financially responsible for any clogged or damaged plumbing caused by resident's negligence, misuse and/or unauthorized modifications and installations.
Alterations are not permitted in the individual units and/or the buildings. Residents may not remove any fixtures, appliances, equipment, or furniture from units or public areas. Painting of rooms and/or public areas is not permitted, except by authorized Seminary personnel. Due to space limitations, no storage facilities are available in Fuller Housing.
If you need a unit modified to accommodate a disability please contact access services to discuss options that may be available for you. 626.584.5439. email@example.com
Fuller Housing does not allow pets. Some residents may have an animal in their unit as an accommodation for a documented disability, either a Service Animal or an Emotional Support Animal (ESA). You can find our full policy at http://quad.fuller.edu/studentlife/access/service-and-support-animals, but below are some general guidelines from that policy. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the housing office: firstname.lastname@example.org, 626-584-5445.
Responsibilities of Residents with a Service or Support Animal
- The Handler must maintain control of the animal at all times
- The Handler is responsible for assuring that the Approved Animal does not interfere with the routine activities of the residence or cause difficulties for students who reside there (e.g., excessive noise)
- Approved animal must be on a leash or in a carrier anytime it is outside the residential unit
- Approved animal may not be left overnight under the care of another student/resident
- Handler must toilet the animal (outside of the shared community areas), clean up the animal's waste immediately, and place it in a sturdy plastic bag securely tied up before disposing of it in outside trash dumpsters
- The handler must ensure that the approved animal does not disrupt classroom learning, social events, or other activities that are the right of all seminary students
- The animal must not pose a threat to the health or safety of other residents
Responsibilities of the Community
- Do not touch or pet a Service or Assistance Animal unless invited to do so
- Do not ask for details about the Handler's disabilities
풀러 기숙사는 애완 동물을 허용하지 않습니다. 일부 주민들은 장애를위한 서비스동물 또는 정서적 지원 동물 (ESA) 중 하나로서 동물을 기를 수 있습니다. 더 자세한 풀러 기숙사 규정은http://quad.fuller.edu/studentlife/access/service-and-support-animals에서 찾을 수 있으며, 중요한 요점만 정리된 규정은 아래와 같습니다. 문의사항이나 특별히 고려할 사항이 있으시다면 email@example.com, 626-584-5445로 연락하십시오.
서비스동물이나 정서적 지원동믈을 소유한 주민의 책임
- 동물의 주인은 항상 동물을 통제해야한다.
- 동물의 주인은 승인된 동물이 거주지의 일상적인 활동을 방해하지 않으며 거주지의 학생들에게 불편을 초래하지 않도록 할 책임이 있다 (예 : 동물로 인한 과도한 소음)
- 승인 된 동물을 주거지 밖으로 데리고 나올 때는 반드시 줄에 묶거나 운반도구에 넣어야한다
- 승인 된 동물은 다른 학생이 밤새 대신 돌볼 수 없다
- 동물의 주인은 (주민 공동공간 밖에서) 동물의 배변을 시킬 때 튼튼한 비닐 봉지를 사용해서 즉시 배변을 처리하여 단단히 묶고 외부 쓰레기통에 버려야한다.
- 동물의 주인은 승인된 동물이 모든 신학교학생의 권리인 교실 학습, 사교모임 또는 기타 활동을 방해하지 않도록해야한다.
- 승인된 동물은 다른 주민의 건강이나 안전을 위협해서는 안된다.
- 동물의 주인이 허용하지 않는다면 서비스 동물 또는 정서적 지원동물에게 손을 대지 않는다.
- 동물주인의 장애에 관한 구체적인 질문을 하지 읺는다.
Access Services Contact Information:
Fuller Seminary’s Access Services engages students with physical, learning, emotional, and temporary disabilities to determine collaboratively whether and what kinds of reasonable accommodations might be necessary to provide access to academic courses and programs at Fuller. Please contact Fuller Seminary’s Access Services for more information.
In Person: The Access Services Office is located on the first floor of Kreyssler Hall (Catalyst) on Fuller's Pasadena campus
Children under the age of 21 are permitted to live with parents in Fuller Housing. If your child turns 21, they will need to find other living arrangements.
If you have children that are school age eligible (preschool and older) please visit https://www.pusd.us/ to learn more information about schools in the Pasadena area.
Fuller has two other options for housing available for you to take advantage of.
The first option is a community listing including advertised affordable rental units available to students, alumni, and community members. The list is printed new each Friday. If you are interested in obtaining a list please come to our office during office hours to receive a list; the cost for a list is $2. Additionally, if you are interested in submitting a listing, please come to our office by noon on Thursday to enter a unit into the next week’s listing. The price for advertising in the Community Listing is $5 each week, paid in cash.
The second option for housing is for you to contact the Fuller Guest center to arrange your stay. The Guest Center functions as a hotel and is fully furnished. There are potential discounted rates for longer term stays. Please contact the Center at (626)584-5445 or firstname.lastname@example.org directly for more information. Please note that we do not make community listing or Guest Center arrangements for you.
Fuller residents are allowed to sublet their apartments while away for a maximum of 3 months and/or to sublease a Fuller student housing unit up to 3 times over the course of their program under the following conditions:
•You can only sublease your room or apartment when you are away from your unit. If you share your unit with a roommate, the roommate must agree to living with the person that will be subleasing from you.
•A copy of this Sublease Agreement must be submitted to and approved by the Manager of Housing Services and Residential Community.
• Fuller Housing will not be held liable for any damages to the apartment or personal property of either the resident of the sub-lessee. Additionally, any housing/maintenance requests must be requested by the leaseholder, not by the sub-lessee.
• It is suggested by the Housing Office that the Resident take a deposit from the sub-lessee.
• Sub-lessee must pay rent directly to the Resident and the Resident is responsible for paying rent to the Housing Office. Sub-lessee should not pay rent directly to the Housing Office. The resident will be held responsible for any unpaid rent on the apartment.
• Sub-lessee must be a current Fuller student. We suggest that you speak to references in regard to the character and background of the sub-lessee as we will not assume any responsibility or liability for the sublease contract or any financial loss resulting from the contract.
You are required to come into the Housing Office to file all Sublease paperwork.
Because Fuller operate on a wait list system, we do not allow tenants to “switch” units or to “hold” units. If you would like to live in Fuller Housing, or transfer to a different unit, you will be placed on the waitlist once you have completed the applicable application for housing.
As a current resident, if you would like to transfer within Fuller housing, please submit a new application. The application is located on the left side of each Housing website page (Click the gold button "Apply for Housing"). Be sure to answer any transfer specific question within the application. It is recommended you reach out to our office prior to submitting an application to transfer.
If a resident transfers units within Fuller Housing the first request is free. Each following transfer carries a $100.00 administrative charge. All approved transfer students adhere to the following stipulations:
- Rent will be pro-rated on the date of move-out from the old unit to the date of move-in at the new location.
- Proper charges and credits will be applied to their housing account.
- Renter will be charged for unreturned keys.
- All new charges should be paid upon signing of the new lease.
Any changes made to the lease once it has been created (lease start date, unit, etc.) will be subject to a $100 administrative fee and/or loss of your $600 deposit.