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Business Resources Near California State University-Sacramento

When your student heads to college, there’s a whole new community to explore. We help parents find the resources they need. From CSU student housing to CSU off-campus apartments, we will point you to the most student-friendly housing options in Sacramento. Along with on- and off-campus housing, your student may need help finding a bank near CSU, or a convenient Sacramento healthcare provider. Last but not least, you’re sure to want to visit! Whether you’re looking for a place to stay for move-in, family weekend, graduation or any time in between, we can introduce you to the best hotels and restaurants near CSU campus plus share ideas for activities to enjoy with your student or on your own.

Sac State Apartments & Housing

  • The Phoenix Apartment Living
    The Phoenix Apartment Living

    The Phoenix Apartment Living prides itself on offering our residents large floor plans and luxury amenities at an affordable price. Our recreation area is a great place to socialize with other residents.

  • The Element
    The Element

    As the most popular student housing community in Sacramento, you will find nothing but the best. The Element has a big list of amenities tailored just for your lifestyle whether its studying solo, gathering with friends, or getting outside for some lounging or play.

  • Upper Eastside Lofts
    Upper Eastside Lofts

    As Sac State's affiliated off-campus housing community, UEL offers a variety of unique loft-style apartments, numerous amenities, proximity to campus, and much more.

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