Dykstra Hall

Want to be a Housing Government Representative for the 2015-16 Year?

We are excited to begin the process of electing and selecting the Dykstra Housing Government Representatives for the 2015-16 academic year. If you are looking to develop as a student leader, and impact the experience of over 900 Dykstra residents, then this experience is for you!

If interested, please complete this application for your positions of interest: https://reslife.ucla.edu/z/92g8dvrf6kxjszn3h4ya

Applications for Elected positions are due by April 3rd at noon!

Applications for Appointed positions are due by April 10th at noon!

For more information on the HGR Selection Process and Timeline please refer here: https://reslife.ucla.edu/employment/hgr

First Residence Hall on the UCLA Hill!

Dykstra Hall is named after Clarence Dykstra, former Professor, Provost and Vice President at UCLA. During his time, Dr. Dykstra crusaded for student housing. He ended UCLA’s 40-year-status as a commuter college, and on November 19, 1959, though he wasn’t alive to see it, the first residence hall was completed and appropriately named Dykstra Hall.

The first residence hall in the country to jointly house men and women under one roof, Dykstra Hall has lived up to Clarence’s expectations for fostering cultural and intellectual life.

Dykstra’s Back

Being the oldest on the hill, Dykstra was in need of some TLC. So, after being closed for an entire academic year, Dykstra was reopened for 2013-2014! With brand new carpeting, modernized light fixtures and an overall more aesthetically pleasing look and design, residents are going to be proud to call Dykstra home.

Dykstra Staff: Who We Are

The Dykstra Staff is extremely honored to be part of the Dykstra Hall reopening. Our staff consists of 1 Resident Director (Michele Pino, M.A.), 1 Resident Coordinator (Adrian Perdue, M.S.), 1 Faculty-In-Residence (Alexei Vranich, Ph.D.), 18 Resident Assistants, and 10 Hill Government Representatives. The Dykstra team is dedicated to providing you with a fulfilling and memorable community living experience. We are all here to help Dykstra be your “home away from home.”

Dykstra Staff: What We Do

It is our goal to create a safe and inclusive living-learning community that will support your goals throughout the academic year. We encourage you to take advantage of all of the opportunities available to you as a resident in Dykstra Hall, from getting involved in hall leadership, to attending the various hall programs and getting to know your neighbors in this dynamic community. There is just so much to do and so many ways to get involved and you don’t want to miss out!

Dykstra Community Government: Meet the HGRs

The Dykstra HGRs are Dykstra residents who live in the community and work to represent Dykstra to the Office of Residential Life and outside constituents, as well as plan and implement community programs for the residents of Dykstra.

Your 2014-15 HGRs are:

President/Internal Vice President: Nick Angelillis
External Vice President: Alec Heiner
Correspondance Chair: Katie DiLeo
Social Chair/Special Events Coordinator: Jorge Herrera
Team Green Coordinator: Juan Jauregui
Facilities Chairs: Tracy Zhang & Alex Maldonado
Publicity Chair: Lexi Mossler
Financial Controller: Kristen Wolf

Connect with other Dykstra Hall Residents!!

Join the 2014-2015 Dykstra Hall Facebook Page

Community Calendar

People To Know

Michele Pino
Resident Director
Adrian Perdue
Resident Coordinator
Alexei Vranich

Dykstra Hall Facts

Contact Info

351 Charles E. Young Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90024-1314
310-825-5451 (Front Desk)
310-794-4866 (Residential Life Office)

Mailing Address

Student’s First & Last Name
Dykstra Hall, Room #___
330 De Neve Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Vital Stats

Kind of building: Residence Hall
Number of residents: 891
Residents per floor: 85-100
Who lives here: 1st, 2nd and 3rd year undergraduates and 1st year transfers


Each room is wired for Internet and Cable T.V.; De Neve Residential Restaurant; 24-hour Front Desk; Recreation and Fitness Room

For floorplans and other details please visit housing’s Residence Hall web page.

Move In

Learn more about moving into on campus housing

Residents’ Association


Send It Home

These Items are prohibited in the residence halls. Send them home and avoid violating our On Campus Housing Regulations!

  • Flammables / Combustibles / Explosives
  • Candles/Incense
  • Microwave Ovens Toasters / Toaster Ovens
  • Coffee Makers
  • Hot Water Heaters
  • Halogen lamps
  • Gasoline / Fuel
  • Firearms / Weapons
  • Pets
  • Grills
  • Air Conditioner Units
  • Space Heaters

Note: All UCLA Residence Halls are non-smoking (includes cigarettes, medicinal marijuana, incense, etc.)