|Spaces||Room Type||Room Code||Occupancy||2017-2018 Rate / Person|
|48||Two-bedroom with double bath||2B4P-DB||Four-person||$5,250/Semester|
|114||Three-bedroom with double bath||3B6P-DB||Six-person||$4,700/Semester|
The largest structure in the new USC Village, Building #9 is a tangible statement of the university's commitment to housing undergraduates on or adjacent to campus, providing over 700 spaces to sophomores, juniors and seniors. The selection of room types is extensive: there are six two-bedroom plans alone, accommodating two to four residents, and ranging from the compact (and economical) loft format to the larger model with two bathrooms. 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.
Clad in the university's signature brick and cast stone motif, the building is both impressive and functional, home to the Trader Joe's specialty grocery and Target Express stores, an office for the USC Credit Union and the USC Village's Department of Public Safety station.
Features & Amenities
Students living in Building #9 will share in all the recreational and educational opportunities the USC Village provides, as well as the convenient retail and dining choices of the complex.
A Customer Service Center devoted to assisting residents is 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 the 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.
Building #9 is the home of the Cowlings Residential College and the Ilium Residential College.
The residents of Cowlings Residential College for Arts & Cultures will become cultural explorers of the city around them, Los Angeles, home to many musicians, filmmakers, fashion designers, painters, and artists from around the world.