As a school which is United Methodist in origin and affiliation and ecumenical and interreligious in spirit, Claremont School of Theology strives to be a truly diverse and multicultural community. The residents in our housing come from many different countries and diverse ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds. Living together in such a community, our students and their families learn what it means to be good neighbors to one another. CST believes that living in such a diverse and multicultural community contributes to an education that prepares its students to Create a Difference For the World We Live In.
A number of housing options are available to CST students and their families, including on-campus apartments and a number of privately owned complexes in the immediate areas. You can explore information about these options, including rental rates, below.
View floor plans for CST on-campus housing. (PDF)
Housing priority is offered to full-time (9-units) students who are actively enrolled at Claremont School of Theology or Bayan Claremont.
Priority is determined as follows:
Other full-time students
*CST housing is available to full-time students of the Claremont Colleges. CST student housing applications will be prioritized over those submitted by non-CST students when applications are received prior to theMay 1st priority deadline.