San Pedro Residential Campus

Students play basketball at our San Pedro Residential Campus

One of a kind housing

It won’t take long for the San Pedro Residential Campus (SPRC) to feel like home. That’s because instead of a typical university residence hall room, you get to live in a newly- renovated, fully-furnished, two-story townhome, complete with a kitchen, living room, patio and even a garage.

With approximately 400 students living around a central quad, you’ll find that there’s always something to do. A lot of the activity will be happening at the Fritz B. and Gladys Guadalupe Burns Pavilion, which has an outdoor event space complete volleyball and basketball courts, and even a fireplace for those balmy Southern California evenings. You’ll gather here with your fellow residents for all kinds of events, including comedy and coffeehouse nights, games nights, dances, volleyball and basketball tournaments.

1600 Palos Verdes Dr. North (just east of Western Avenue)
San Pedro, CA  90731

The San Pedro Residential Campus is a community of 78, two-story townhomes that can accommodate approximately 400 students and staff, including two resident directors who lead the community.


• Four-person townhomes which include two double-occupancy bedrooms and one-and-a-half baths
• Seven-person townhomes which include three bedrooms — two double occupancy and one triple occupancy — and two full baths
•  Each unit includes a living room, full kitchen and an outside patio
• All townhomes have personal safes for each resident
• Cable, Wi-Fi and all utilities are included

• Laundry room
• 24-hour study lounges
• Basketball and volleyball courts
• Outdoor pavilion with a large stone fireplace
Outtakes snack shop
Each townhome has a garage. Additional street parking is available within the complex.

This gated community is patrolled by Marymount California University Campus Safety and Security officers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Community Assistants and two Resident Directors live on the premises and are available to support student needs.