McClintock Apartments are made up of two small two-story buildings. Built in the early 20th century, their California Spanish Colonial architecture recalls a simpler and more stately era in the history of Los Angeles and the University Park area. Located near the corner of West 30th Street and McClintock Avenue, the buildings are across the street from USC Village and less than two blocks from campus.
Most apartments are either double-occupancy or single-occupancy studios, although there are several two bedroom units in which each resident has their own bedroom. All have full kitchens and bathrooms and are air-conditioned.
The buildings are attractively landscaped and have a small fenced patio area with a built-in barbeque. affording residents a place to gather and relax outside. A laundry room in the basement of one of the buildings is available for the use of all McClintock Apartments residents.
The required Apartment Meal Plan can be used at the USC Village dining hall across McClintock as well as other campus locations.
Parking in a secured adjacent lot is by permit only, available through USC Transportation.