Along with Troy East, Troy Hall is home to the new Master's Village for first and second year graduate students, along with some undergraduate upperclassmen who reside together on the first floor. It features a prime location, just a quick, one-block walk to campus.
This a two building complex provides a variety of affordable room types to masters students, with configurations that offer the privacy of a two- or three- person one-bedroom apartment or the economy of a two-bedroom unit for four or five residents. Troy Hall has centrally air-conditioned one and two bedroom apartments with modern kitchens and bathrooms, spacious living rooms – all with balcony decks. In the two-bedroom units, each bedroom has its own bathroom. All apartments are fully furnished and feature attractive extras like new laminate flooring.
Features & Amenities
Residents can relax in the complex’s central court, which features an open grassy area, gas barbecues, chaise lounges, hammocks and outdoor patio tables for taking in the sun, or sitting by the two large fire features on a cool California evening. The conference room in the central court features a digital AV system and is used for special student programs and activities.
Troy Hall residents also have access to the fourth floor recreation lounge with TV and billiards/ping-pong/foosball tables, several quiet study rooms and a fully equipped fitness center located in adjoining Troy East. The complex's customer service center is also in Troy East.
Troy Hall offers both the Graduate Academic Year contract, beginning in early August and ending in May, and the Graduate Full Year contract, beginning in early August and concluding at the end of July.
Secure bicycle parking can be found around the building and within the central courtyard.
The garage under neighboring Troy East offers parking, though the number of spaces is extremely limited. Spaces are also available at lots close to Troy Hall operated by USC Transportation.
Graduate Housing Programs: School of Cinematic Arts, Sol Price School of Public Policy, Thornton School of Music, Viterbi Engineering and Dornsife College of Letters, Arts & Sciences