Housing and Residence Life
With just over 1,000 beds available, our residence halls offer a variety of housing options in close proximity to campus social and athletic events as well as the convenience to classrooms.
How To Apply
Apply for housing by submitting a completed housing application and deposit to the Housing Office for review and approval. The Dean of Students has the right to reject any applications for housing. Applications submitted without deposits are automatically returned. Students preferring apartment living should submit a $100 deposit, students preferring suite or traditional residence hall living should submit a $50 deposit.
Students will receive a communication from the Housing Office that the application and deposit was received. (This may take up to 30 days pending status of admissions application and the time of year that student applied).
Students will receive a Housing Assignment Letter or waiting list letter in mid-July prior to fall semester or late-December prior to spring semester.
- In the event you are reported and confirmed as a missing person, the Missing Persons Policy will go into effect on your behalf. You may identify individuals whom you wish to be notified by completing the form here. If the desired individual(s) have already been given as an Emergency Contact on your residence hall Data Card form, or any other NWCC official form, you do not need to complete this form.
- Disability Information
- Housing – FAQ
- Housing Fees
- Housing – Meet the Staff
- Residence Life
- Tour the Halls
- What to Bring
- Annual Safety Report
- Cable TV guide
- Cafeteria menu – not available