here are no dorms at FLC since it is a community college. All students either live with family, live locally, or commute. Folsom is not an inexpensive place to live, but it’s not the worst either. A one-bedroom will cost generally around $950/month or so, and a two-bedroom around $1000/month. Orangevale, Granite Bay, and Fair Oaks are all more inexpensive places to live according to rental data. Around 9,000 students are enrolled at FLC. About 60% are female and 40% are male. More than 52% are between 18 and 24, while 22% are over the age of 40. The student body is 66% White, 13% Hispanic/Latino, 12% Asian/Filipino/Pacific Islander, 3% African American, 3% Native American, and 3% Other. There are 72,200 people living in Folsom. The city is 74% White, 13% Asian, 6% African American, and 1% Native American. About 11% are Hispanic/Latino of any race. Folsom is home to both the Folsom State Prison and California State Prison-Sacramento, so about a tenth of the population is incarcerated. About 60% of the population is made up of married couples.
We currently have apartments near Folsom Lake College available for rent. If you're not sure how much an apartment will cost, the table below shows the average price by size.