Why live on campus? Residence life and housing research suggests students:

Who live in the residence halls have a higher grade point average.
Access and contact faculty more often.
Utilize university resources more often as they are closer to the facilities.
Who live on campus have up to a 20% better chance of graduating with a degree.
Are more satisfied with their college experience.
Make life-long friends.
Develop hands on leadership skills through the many opportunities provided in the residence halls.
Lose no time commuting and fighting for limited parking spaces.
Have healthy, nutritious meals without the headaches of having to purchase, prepare, and clean-up.

Michigan Campus

Housing Handbook 2014/15 Housing and Dining Services Contract

Incoming Freshmen

ALL Freshmen are required to live on campus unless they meet one of the following criteria:

  • Live within a 50 mile commuting radius of Northwood University
  • Married
  • Veteran
  • 20 years of age or older as of September 1
  • Live with a sibling (sophomore or older) who is already established off campus (approval by Dean of Students required)

Dubois & Miner Residence Hall

Dubois Building Layout Miner Building Layout Floor Plan

Features:

  • Designated for freshmen under the age of 20 and accommodates approximately 472 students.
  • Laundry facilities
  • Vending areas
  • Directly next door to the Student Union & Student Leadership Center
  • Computer lab (open 24 hours)
  • Furnished living environment
  • Every two rooms are adjoined by a restroom with shower
  • Internet data ports (ethernet ports) in every bedroom. Wireless network throughout campus
  • Conveniently attached to the cafeteria
  • Approximate room size 12'5" X 9'6"
  • Approximate entry hall size: 7'2" X 4'71/2"
  • 24-hour security and security cameras
  • Room Furnishings: 2 Desk Chairs, 2 Bookshelves, 2 Twin beds (bunk-style, extra-long), 2 Desks, 2 Closets

Naegele Village Apartments

Floor Plan

Single Style Features:

  • Designated for students beyond their first year at Northwood University
  • Accommodates up to 168 students
  • Each individual apartment houses up to 6 students in single bedrooms
  • Central air conditioning
  • Laundry facilities
  • Adjacent to the Student Union & Student Leadership Center
  • Internet data ports (ethernet ports) in every bedroom. Wireless network throughout campus
  • Cable outlets in every bedroom
  • Conveniently located near the cafeteria
  • 1-2 bathrooms
  • 24-hour security
  • Room Furnishings: one (1) twin bed (extra-long), one (1) closet or wardrobe, one (1) three-drawer dresser, one (1) desk, one (1) chair, carpeted throughout
  • Shared living room and kitchenette

South Village Apartments

Floor Plan

Shared Style Features:

  • Designated for students beyond their first year at Northwood University
  • Accommodates up to 168 students
  • Each individual apartment houses up to six students within three bedrooms
  • Air conditioning
  • Large community living area
  • Study rooms
  • Free laundry facilities within each apartment
  • Internet data ports (ethernet ports) in every bedroom. Wireless network throughout campus
  • Cable outlet
  • Full bath and half bath
  • 24-hour security and security cameras
  • Room Furnishings: twin beds (extra-long), two closets, two dressers
  • Shared apartment furnishings: oven/stove, refrigerator/freezer, sink, cupboard space, one (1) couch, one (1) loveseat, one (1) chair, shared desk space, and storage closet

Florida Campus

Residence Life Brochure

Incoming Freshmen

ALL Freshmen are required to live on campus unless they meet one of the following criteria, and approved by the Director of Residential Life:

  • Age 21 or older prior to the beginning of the fall semester
  • Student has completed 30 or more credit hours
  • Married
  • Veteran of the United States Military
  • The student maintained a legal residence within Palm Beach County for 12 consecutive months prior to their enrollment at Northwood University
  • The student is living at home with parent or guardian within a 50 mile radius of the university

Stauffer Residence Complex

Room Layout

Features:

  • Apartment style living
  • Furnished living room
  • Two furnished bedrooms per suite
    • XL twin beds
  • Two bathrooms per suite
  • Two study rooms per suite
  • Three built-in closets per bedroom
  • WiFi and cable access
  • Standard cable service
  • Local phone service
  • Four laundry facilities in the complex
  • 24 hours security and gated access to campus
  • Close proximity to all campus buildings

Texas Campus

Housing Application

Knight's Row Residence Hall

Room Layout

Features:

  • Nine buildings to accommodate students
  • 15'9" x 15'7" room with picture window and built-in, two person desk
  • Six rooms and two bathrooms for each building
  • Two closets with storage space
  • Two twin beds, two chairs and two chest-of-drawers
  • Maximum of 12 residents to a building
  • Internet, cable, and local phone service in room
  • Coin operated laundry facility at the east end of the Residence Hall
  • Tiled floors - no carpet; area rugs permitted with carpet pad
  • Quiet environment

Knight's Court Residence Hall

Floor Plan

Features:

  • Four buildings to accommodate students
  • 19' x 11'6" room with private bath with walk-in shower and three person vanity with two sinks
  • Large walk-in closet in each room
  • Ceiling fans in each room
  • Two twin beds, two desks and two chairs in each room (students may arrange the floor plan of the room)
  • Large common area with separate powder room and utility room with two coin operated washers and dryers
  • Eight rooms in each building
  • Tiled floors - no carpet; area rugs permitted with carpet pad
  • Minimum of 16 residents in each building
  • Internet, cable, and local phone service in room
  • Covered front and back porches with outdoor seating
  • Single level - no steps or stairs
  • Residential parking provided
  • Shared courtyard for all four buildings
  • Lively, active environment

Knight's Cove Residence Hall

Floor Plan

Features:

  • One building (two floors) to accommodate students
  • 10'8" x 15'4" room with picture window
  • Two twin beds, two dresser drawers
  • Maximum of 62 residents in the residence hall
  • Carpeted floors
  • Internet and cable in each room
  • Common area/study area provided for each floor
  • Utility room with coin operated washer and dryers for each floor
  • Two closets with storage space
  • Residential parking provided
  • Lively, active environment