Hope International University apartments surround the institution's beautiful campus in Fullerton, California, inviting students to both prosper academically and enjoy the attractions of Southern California. Formed in 1928, the private Christian university has strong ties to the Independent Christian Churches and the Churches of Christ. Today, nearly 1,700 students, representing about 40 countries, study at Hope International, many of them commuting to class from a university apartment.
The continued interest in student living at Hope International University has allowed the school to expand and develop throughout the years. In 2011, the institution made the transition from two colleges to five colleges, including both graduate and undergraduate programs. Student housing is now available near each of the five colleges: the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Psychology and Counseling, College of Education, College of Business and Management, and the Pacific Christian College of Ministry & Biblical Studies.
University apartments are scattered around the campus, which includes a shopping center, movie theater, and other buildings constructed in the late 1960's, that represent some of the few remaining examples of the futuristic Googie-style architecture in California. In addition, off campus housing near Fullerton Community College puts students in touch with a city that has become renowned for its music scene. Fullerton, California, is the home of the Fender musical instrument company, and has produced leaders in punk music, such as No Doubt's Gwen Stefani, The Offspring and Lit.
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