Living Options for Current Students
For our continuing students, Sonoma State offers three unique villages: Sauvignon Village East and the Hillside Villages of Beaujolais and Tuscany. All three villages offer a unique blend of independent living and a community atmosphere for students looking to live with other students their own age. Whether you chose Sauvignon, Beaujolais, or Tuscany, living on campus offers ways for students to excel academically, socially, and personally.
U- Engage ( Upperclass Student Engagement)
All programming provided to our upperclass students living in Beaujolais, Tuscany, and Sauvignon will focus on promoting and enhancing residents familiarity with resources and outlets addressing the needs of continuing students. The core elements of U-Engage will be Career Exploration, Academic Success, Leadership, and Individual Development.
Gender-Neutral Housing will be offered in Sauvignon East Village to all residents, including first year students. Gender-Neutral Housing allows same gender roommates, opposite gender roommates or other gender-identified roommate pairings. The community is designed as an intentional living community affirming the cultural experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and questioning residents as well as their allies. Residents must self-select the Gender-Neutral Housing option. Gender-Neutral Housing will never be forced upon a student. The University discourages all students in romantic relationships from living together on campus. Therefore, a supplemental application and a short interview with a member of the Residential Life staff must be completed.
Beaujolais Village offers 1100 square feet apartments with four single bedrooms; each bedroom has its own bath. The apartments are fully furnished and come equipped with Cable TV and hard wired and wireless internet. Kitchens have Corian counter tops and laminate wood flooring.
The Village also has swimming pool and spa, laundry rooms, outdoor amphitheatre, and community building for activities and events. The Classico building will not be available to current students because it will be the Transfer House for the 2011-2012 academic year.
These spacious townhome accommodates six students in 1500 square feet of living space. The townhomes are two levels with one double occupancy bedroom, living room, kitchen, dining room, and patio on the first floor. One double and two single occupancy bedrooms are on the second floor. Each bedroom has its own bath. Kitchens have Corian counters, stainless steel appliances, and breakfast bar with stools.
Tuscany also has laundry rooms, and its own community building for activities and events. The village shares the Beaujolais swimming pool and spa.
In addition to Beaujolais and Tuscany Villages, some spaces will be available in Sauvignon East for upperclassmen.
These Sauvignon apartments are over 1500 square feet and have a huge living room. They are fully furnished and have dining area with kitchen and a large pantry storage room. Cable TV, hard wired and wireless internet are included. Each bedroom has its own bathroom.