Residential Suites Phase II


SCH Number
Lead Agency
California State University Trustees (California State University Board of Trustees)
Document Title
Residential Suites Phase II
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption

Document Description
The Residential Suites Phase II project will provide for the addition of 600 new student-housing beds to meet increasing demands in enrollment. Phase II will accommodate students in suites housing 2-4 students per suite, configured in a variety of single and double sleeping rooms. Each suite will have shared areas comprised of a living area, kitchen center, dining/group study area, and compartmentalized bathroom facilities. Support facilities will include food service, laundry, administrative offices, and resident's parking. The project is on the existing campus master plan and the site is within the existing developed campus area. Natural biological resources will not be affected, nor will any cultural or historical resources be affected. The site is currently composed of walkways, roadways and parking.

Contact Information
Ray Morrison
California State University Board of Trustees
401 Golden Shore
Long Beach, CA 90802-4275

Phone : (562) 951-4020


Los Angeles

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Section 15332
Reasons for Exemption
This project is construction of needed student housing, associated landscape, hardscape, and exterior lighting; that meets all life-safety and accessibilty code requirements. The site comprises less than 5 acres, within developed campus area and is surrounded by urban uses including existing student housing, is served by all necessary utility infrastructure and public services, has no value as habitat for endangered or rare species, and will not result in any significant effects relating to traffic, noise, air quality, or water quality. The provision of student housing is consistent with the University land use policies to encourage on-campus housing of students to accommodate growing enrollment, and to reduce student commuting and the associating traffic, air quality and other effects.

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