Exterior view of the housing complex with people socializing outside.

Transforming Student Housing

Sierra College Student Housing Complex | Rocklin, California

DPR Construction is currently building a new affordable student housing complex on Sierra College’s campus in Rocklin, California. This transformative housing project will enhance the housing experience for current and future students by substantially decreasing its cost of rent to below the area's market rate.

Student Housing


The 121,000-sq.-ft., three-floor student housing project will provide housing for 348 students and 10 resident advisors. Located on the edge of campus, the building will feature accessible apartment-style residences. Each apartment is designed to be home to six students and include a small common area, a kitchenette and bathrooms.

Designed to build community and enhance student life, each floor will include reading, study/workspaces, and student life spaces. The building's common spaces will include residence management offices and workspaces, a campus security substation, laundry rooms, a fitness center, an activity room with a full kitchen and student support space. Lobbies and hallways feature an open concept to promote circulation and informal gathering. In addition, the new student housing complex will include gaming areas, bicycle/skateboard storage, shaded social gathering spaces and an outdoor eating/cooking area.

The project is scheduled for substantial completion in Summer 2025 and expected occupancy for the Fall 2025 semester.

Sierra College New Housing Complex

Exterior view of Hub Entry

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