Freshman Housing Application

2014-2015 Academic Year

This is the Freshman Housing Application for newly admitted freshman students with freshman status for 2014-15.
If you are a transfer, sophomore, upperclassman, or graduate student, please select the appropriate form here.
Please complete the following application to request your housing preferences for the 2014-2015 Academic Year. Your preferences and selections are extremely important and will aid us in the process to house you appropriately. You should expect notification of your assignment based on the schedule below. If you are seeking a single room, housing exemption or medical accommodation, please email for more information regarding this process.
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You can expect your assignment to be visible on your campus portal, and/or emailed to you, prior to July 1st, 2014. Applications received after June 20, 2014, will receieve their assignment periodically throughout the summer.

Part I: Demographics
Date of Birth:

Part II: Room Type Selection
Please select your specific room preferences below. You may select from a double room or triple room. Please know we will do our best to accommodate your requests; however, we have a limited number of triple rooms available. If you need a single room for medical reasons, please email for more information.

Housing Charges (per semester)
Triple Room in Traditional Residence Hall ($3,236.00)
Double Room in Traditional Residence Hall ($4,057.00)
Please submit your roommate preferences below. We will make every attempt to accommodate your request. Please ensure your preferred roommate matches your request.
Part IV: Meal Plan Selection
Meal Plan Charges (per semester)
Meal Plan #1 (11 per week, $400 flex) $2,081.00
Meal Plan #2 (15 per week, $300 flex) $2,190.00
Meal Plan #3 (19 per week, $200 flex) $2,256.00

Part V: Habits and Compatability Information
Please select all areas of interest that apply to you:

Part VI: Specialty Floors

The Department of Student Life and Leadership is excited to offer these two specialty floors for incoming Freshman in the 2014-2015 Academic Year. Living on a specialty floor is completely optional but can enhance your housing experience and place you with a group of like individuals.

Women's Empowerment - This floor is open to all freshmen women who want to live in an all women's community and explore and celebrate what it means to be a woman. The community provides an open and relaxed atmosphere where residents may discuss issues that affect them within society, the family, the university and the residence halls. The community members will have the opportunity to engage with faculty, staff, and other successful women and will be able to take what is learned and apply it to their career at NDNU and beyond.

Arts Alive – Are you interested in Music? Theatre? Drama? Performance? If you are, this is the floor for you! Residents of this floor will receive exclusive programming to the performing arts. This includes free and subsidized trips into the cultural hotspots of San Francisco Bay Area. Past trips have included the San Francisco Ballet, Symphony Hall, and professional theatre productions.

Part VII: Contact Information

Part VIII: Additional Information


By submitting below I recognize the following:

  1. I accept and agree to abide by the 2014-2015 housing license, available here.
  2. I accept and agree to abide by the policies and procedures that can be found in the NDNU Student Handbook, which is made available to students at the following link:
* By checking this box, you agree to the terms and conditions stated above.
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