Because Loyola is centrally located, students have the opportunity to live in the heart of downtown or in the various suburbs of Los Angeles. Although Loyola does not offer on-campus student housing, the majority of our students live in downtown Los Angeles, West Hollywood, and the Miracle Mile area. You should make the decision as to where you would like to live depending on your budget and commute times. As with any large city, rental prices vary depending on location, size, and amenities.

Some popular rental search sites like Apartment Guide and Westside Rentals can help you with this process.

Below, are a few of the more popular housing options amongst our students.



Approximate Monthly Rental Rates**

Points of Interest 

Burbank 20 mins.  $900 - $3,000 Metrolink accessible. 
Culver City 15 mins.   $950 - $3,000 Metrorail accessible via Expo Line.
Downtown L.A. 5 mins.  $900 - $3,000 Campus Shuttle.
Glendale  25 mins.   $900 - $2,000 Metrolink accessible.

Hollywood & West Hollywood

10 mins.  $800 - $2,500 Metrolink accessible via Red Line.
Koreatown 10 mins.  $800 - $2,500 Metrorail accessible via Purple Line.

Loz Feliz & Miracle Mile

15 mins.   $950 - $2,500  
Pasadena 20 mins.  $1,000 - $2,000 Metrorail accessible via Gold Line.
Santa Monica & Venice 30 mins.  $1,000 - $2,500 Metrorail Accessible via Expo Line and "Big Blue Bus". 
Silver Lake  10 mins.   $800 - $2,000  

South Bay: 

  • El Segundo
  • Hermosa Beach 
  • Manhattan Beach
  • Redondo Beach
40 mins. $1,000 - $3,000 Metrorail accessible via Green Line.
Torrance 35 mins.  $1,000 - $2,500

Metrolink Accessible.

*Commute time without traffic.

**Rental rates based on studio - 2 bedroom apartment.

Please see our 2024 Housing Guide for more detailed information.



Finding the ideal roommate is an important component of the housing search. Therefore, Loyola tries to make it as easy as possible for you to find another LLS student as a roommate. Many of our admitted students meet other admitted students at the various admissions events on campus and become roommates this way.

Loyola also has housing classifieds meant for students who either have a place and are looking for roommates or are looking for a place to live or share. This site is only accessible for students who have submitted their second seat deposit.