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Housing at NU: Welcome Home.

You aren't just choosing a university. You're also choosing a place to call home. At NU, we are dedicated to creating a close, supportive, and safe community for all students. A place where you'll learn how to live life well with others. A place where you can thrive academically, spiritually, and socially. A place that feels like it was made just for you. Because it was.


One Community, Many Options:

Gray and Beatty Halls

Beatty Hall at Northwest University

Gray and Beatty offer a diverse community of first-year students and seasoned upperclassmen. The two independent buildings are joined together by a large lounge area that features a large-screen HDTV (great for movie nights) with Comcast Cable service, a pool table, and a small, private study room.

The beautifully renovated Gray/Beatty basement features an HDTV with surround sound speakers, a shuffleboard table, and a modern kitchen. This space can accommodate an entire floor of students for events.

Guy, Perks, and Crowder Halls

Crowder Hall at Northwest University

Guy, Perks, and Crowder Halls (GPC) house both first-year students and seasoned upperclassmen throughout nine floors. The three independent buildings provide the following common areas for NU community use:

  • Perks Lounge features a large-screen HDTV with Comcast Cable service, an air hockey table, a fireplace, and a large piano.
  • Perks Hall also provides our student government (NUSG) members with office space, where they are available as a resource for fellow students.
  • Crowder Lobby is a smaller lounge with comfy couches for studying or hanging out with friends.
  • The GPC community kitchen provides a full kitchen, lots of counter space and tables for cooking or studying, comfortable couches, and a wall-mounted TV with DVD player.
  • GPC also offers two private piano practice rooms.

A Peek Inside Our Rooms

Inside of a dorm room at Northwest University

At NU, our residence hall rooms are created for comfort and functionality. Here is a list of what we provide each student:

  • Extra long twin bed with mattress
  • Dresser
  • Closet
  • Desk and chair
  • Bookshelf
  • Two high-speed Internet hook-ups in each room
  • Wireless Internet
  • Phone hookup
  • Voicemail
  • Full-length mirror
  • Bike storage area
  • Card-operated laundry facilities

NU Student Apartments

Student Apartments at Northwest University

Our student apartments are nestled in the woods on the upper east side of campus. They offer a more private and independent residential experience for upperclassmen. They consist of two- or three-bedroom units that are spacious, partially furnished, and include utilities.

  • Average bedroom size is 11' by 9'
  • Average closet 7' wide by 2'10" deep
  • Each student receives one each:
    • Extra-long twin bed
    • Extra-long twin mattress
    • Desk and desk chair
    • Dresser
    • Bookshelf
  • All utilities included
  • Six high-speed network hook-ups in each apartment, with connections conveniently located in each room
  • University Media Package (Comcast Cable service, Internet, phone service, and voicemail)
  • Partially furnished units include:
    • Couch and loveseat
    • TV stand
    • End table
    • Dining table with four chairs
  • Fully equipped kitchen with microwave, dishwasher, oven/stove, and refrigerator
  • Full-size washer and dryer
  • Community room with large-screen television, fully equipped kitchen, and couches

General Housing Info

The floors of all of our residence halls are separated by gender. Students must live on-campus for their first two years at NU: students 18–25 years old in residence halls, 21+ and junior status students are eligible to live in the student apartments. Pricing information for on-campus housing can be found in our Housing Price List.


Resident Assistants

A trained student leader called a Resident Assistant (RA) lives on each floor in all our residence halls and serves as a resource for residents. Our RAs are committed to walking with you throughout your university experience — and are trained to create an atmosphere where you can make friends and create the memories of a lifetime!

Each apartment building has a trained student leader called an Apartment Representative (AR) living on site to serve as a resource for residents.


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