The International Culinary Center’s campuses in New York and California offer student housing options that are a quick commute to school. Modern and reasonably priced, ICC student housing is ideal for career students seeking short-term accommodations.

Student Housing in California

The International Culinary Center has partnered with Avalon Campbell, a nearby apartment community, to offer students affordable and beautiful living arrangements in close proximity to campus.


  • Fully equipped gourmet kitchen with microwave and dishwasher
  • Full-sized washer and dryer
  • Private patio or balcony
  • Private on-site storage
  • Cable TV, Wi-Fi and utilities included in costs
  • Wired for alarm service
  • 24-hour maintenance
  • Junior Olympic-sized swimming pool and hot tub
  • Fitness center
  • Access to nearby public transportation
  • Short walk from downtown district restaurants, shops and Los Gatos Creek Trail

Room availability for student housing in California is limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. We encourage you to discuss your needs with us as soon as possible. For more information and pricing, email or call 866.318.2433.

California Student Housing Map

Download 2016 California Housing PDF

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Student Housing in New York

Our student housing location in New York is changing. We are in the process updating the information. If you have any questions regarding housing please email or call 646.254.7511.

Who Can Apply

Students who are enrolled in Professional Culinary ArtsProfessional Pastry Arts, Italian Culinary ExperienceCake Techniques & Design,  Art of International Bread Baking or Intensive Sommelier Training are eligible to apply for student housing.

Students enrolling in shorter programs at International Culinary Center can request the ICC’s guide to alternative housing.

The Housing Application Process

To apply for housing, complete the online application form and submit the non-refundable $100 housing application fee to reserve your space. You’ll be notified of your assignment about 2-4 weeks before the start of your class. If you have a question about the application, contact Robin Homm in Student Affairs by email or call 646.254.7511.

To apply for housing, click here.