San Diego's population continues to grow because of the city's desirable location and economic opportunities. What does this mean to you as an apartment or house hunter? It means you will need to spend a little time finding the right living accommodations for you. Now is the time to start gathering references from your current landlord, especially if you have a pet, and to begin thinking about the type of housing you desire and how much you want to spend.
Entrada Student Housing
TJSL is the only law school in San Diego with specialized housing for its students, especially those from outside the San Diego area. The law school has assumed the master lease of Entrada, a fairly new, modern and smartly designed 172-unit building just one short block from campus – on the same street. Entrada is well suited for law students, especially because of the amenities, which allow for low-maintenance living.
The Office provides a Roommate Listing for students who are interested in advertising or looking for a roommate. The roommate form and apartment listings are available online in The Docket.
Entering student login information for The Docket is available at The Office of Student Affairs Office.
Resources For Student Housing
Thomas Jefferson School of Law understands not only the excitement, but also the challenge in scouting your future residence. The links below cover both rental housing and homes for sale in the San Diego area.
View the available Housing listings and Roommate requests in the TJSL Docket under the Classifieds Section.
You can view additional housing resources in our Housing Newsletter.
If you're looking for an apartment, these online publications offer detailed information on various properties, including photos.
San Diego Neighborhoods
If you are new to San Diego and need some insight on the different neighborhoods we have to offer, here are a few resources for you to consider.