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Housing and Residence Life

Housing and Residence Life is dedicated to student learning inside and outside of the classroom by creating unique communities for students to call home in the residence halls and on-campus apartments. Office staff, Resident Directors, Resident Advisers & Community Advisers work to make a difference in the lives of the students with whom they interact.

Advance Payment Due June 1

Returning students must finalize their residence hall room or single student apartment by paying $125 by June 1.  Find out more.

Important Dates for 2016-2017

Begin now to plan you trip to (or back to) NMU for the 2016-2017 academic year.  Find out more here!

2016-2017 Room and Board Rates

The NMU Board of Trustees has established the room and board rates for teh 2016-2017 academic year.  Find out more here.

 

 

Summer Hours

The Housing and Residence Life Office (3502 Hedgcock) will be open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Stay With Us This Summer!

Students who are enrolled for at least one summer course, or those who are pre-enrolled for courses for the 2016 fall semester and who are staying in Marquette this summer, may stay in Spooner Hall. Find out more here.

Housing Requirement

NMU requires all single undergraduate students to live in the residence halls during their first two years of enrollment. Learn more about the housing requirement and why it is so important for students to have this on campus experience. Apply for housing by completing a residence hall or on-campus apartment application, or for convenience, use the online housing application.

This is an amazing group of RAs and CAs! Please do not hesitate to reach out to your<a href="/housing/womenforwomen">Women for Women</a> seeks to promote education, service, and leadership throughout the NMU campus and the community at large. They are dedicated to raising awareness of social concerns on campus, and throughout the world. Learn more and join today!<a href="/housing/primetime">Primetime Productions</a> is a student organization funded by the Housing and Residence Life Office.  Its purpose is to provide a variety of free, on-campus entertainment that builds community throughout the residence halls at Northern Michigan University.The mission of the Housing and Residence Life Office is to make significant contributions to student learning through excellent service, well-managed facilities, and a residential environment rich with opportunities for personal growth, especially that which grows out of interaction and interpersonal relationships, the creation of unique communities, and involvement in other aspects of campus life. Women for Women received the 2015-2016 Program of the Year Award for their LeadHERship Conference. Congratulations!Breakfast Club in Spalding Hall was named the 2015-2016 House of the Year at the Leadership Recognition Banquet!

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Housing and Residence Life Mission

The mission of the Housing and Residence Life Office is to make significant contributions to student learning through excellent service, well-managed facilities, and a residential environment rich with opportunities for personal growth; especially that which results from interacting with others, creating unique communities, and being involved in other aspects of campus life. Explore our website to learn about how our focus on student involvement and community make our halls unique and fun!

Housing and Residence Lifehousing@nmu.edu906-227-2620

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