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Campus & Spiritual Life

Housing & Dining

Living on Campus

Experience NNU as a Resident

At Northwest Nazarene University, our residence and dining halls play a vital role in building community on our campus. Campus housing creates a cozy space for college life, and the dining hall gives plenty of opportunity to linger over a delicious meal and conversation. This is where students do life together, in these settings perfect for pursuing truth and creating lasting relationships.

Residence Halls

Our residence halls offer a variety of housing options to cater to your preferences and needs. While some are designed for first-year students, with shared rooms and dedicated resident assistants and peer mentors, other apartment-style accommodations satisfy juniors and seniors who want to stay a part of the thriving, on-campus community while enjoying apartment living.

 

Culver Hall

Culver Hall

Culver Hall Residence Halls

Culver Hall is home to our first-year men. With an on-site resident assistant and assigned peer mentor, students in Culver have a built-in support system for their transition into college life. Plenty of included amenities are here to make your first year as smooth as possible.

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Ford Hall

Ford Hall

Ford Hall Residence Hall

First-year women will find Ford Hall to be a cozy home away from home. It’s the newest residence hall, and it’s outfitted with all the basics plus a common kitchen, TV room and study rooms. An on-site resident assistant and peer mentor give first-year women the built-in support they need to be successful in their introduction to college.

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Dooley hall

Dooley Hall

Dooley Hall Residence Hall

Sophomore women live in Dooley Hall where they continue to build on the friendships they started in year one. This comfortable space includes a large lobby, basement kitchenette and study rooms. It’s great for early-morning cram sessions, weekend movie marathons and everything in between.

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Sutherland Apartments

Sutherland Hall

Sutherland Hall

Sutherland Hall houses sophomore men. With plenty of room for study and play, plus a resident assistant close by when needed, sophomore guys can continue their journey of pursuing their calling in a supportive community and a comfortable home away from home.

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Corlett Hall Exterior

Corlett Hall

Corlett Hall

Newly renovated with a modern feel, Corlett Hall caters to juniors and seniors. Apartment-style living with a generous lobby and study rooms, it’s the best of both worlds—apartment life and on-campus community.

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Kirkeide Entrance

Kirkeide Apartments

Kirkeide Apartments

Kirkeide allows juniors and seniors to stay active in NNU’s thriving on-campus community while transitioning to apartment-style living. It’s got all the basics—one- and two-bedroom apartments plus lower-level apartments designed to be handicap-accessible. Campus community plus apartment life—all in one.

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Olsen Apartments

Olsen Apartments

Olsen Apartments

An apartment-style residence hall for juniors and seniors, Olsen accommodates four students per two-bedroom apartment. With amenities like free parking and a detached laundry room, students enjoy the benefits of apartment life while still on the NNU campus.

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Dining & Meal Plans

At NNU, meals are provided by Fresh Ideas Food Service Management. Except for graduating seniors, all students living on campus are required to carry a meal plan. Plans are purchased per semester and don’t roll over if all meals aren’t used. Any changes to a meal plan need to be made through the Office of Student Life before the last day to add classes each semester.

Meal Plans

Plan
Nighthawks A
Nighthawks B
Nighthawks C
Nighthawks D
Details
220 Meal Swipes (14/week) and $375 in Flex money per semester
180 Meal Swipes (11/week) and $450 in Flex money per semester
125 Meal Swipes (8/week) and $500 in Flex money per semester
85 Meal Swipes (5/week) and $100 in Flex money per semester
Per Semester
$3,475
$3,090
$2,540
$1,560
Per Year
$6,950
$6,180
$5,080
$3,120

Once you’ve experienced living on campus, you won’t want to live anywhere else. You are surrounded by your best friends, close to campus activities and classes and immersed in the best community ever!

Bryan Tomlinson

BS in Accounting