Part of the exciting new USC Village complex, the Cale and Irani Residential College is a five-story edifice designed in the Collegiate Gothic brick and stone architectural style. The first floor is devoted to common areas and facilities and the student apartments are on the upper floors. The second floor has a large courtyard, offering a great place to gather with friends or study.
A chief feature of the building is its large selection of room types for upperclassmen--there's a floor plan and rent rate for just about every student's needs and wants: one bedrooms for two or three students, two bedrooms for two or four students and large three bedrooms accommodating six residents in double rooms. The small two bedroom and two bedroom loft-style types do not have a living room and instead of a full kitchen have a kitchenette, with a sink, oven and four burner range; each bedroom has small microwave oven and mini-fridge. The three bedroom floor plan and some designated two bedrooms have two bathrooms. All apartments are fully furnished and have air-conditioning.
Features & Amenities
The residential college's ground floor is home to USC Village's 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art fitness center, which occupies much of the building's ground floor. Students can work out on a variety of modern machines and equipment. The FedEx Mail Center, providing packaging and mailing services to the Village residents, is also in the Cale and Irani Residential College.
A Customer Service Center devoted to assisting residents is also located on the first floor.
Residents will have a mandatory partial meal plan that can be used at the USC Village's new dining hall, as well as other USC Hospitality outlets.
Residents of USC Village may apply at USC Transportation's website for a parking permit at the new USC Shrine Structure located about a block and a half east on Jefferson.
This building is home to two residential Colleges.
The Cale Residential College for Global encourages students to engage in the complexities of the world by immersing themselves in global exploration at USC. Residents will build their intercultural competency and participate in critical dialogue regarding the ever-changing global landscape.
Residents of the Irani Residential College for Performance Science are invited to explore their untapped potential in learning how to break down barriers inhibiting leadership, decision-making, resilience, or creative potential.