For additional information, please follow housing updates in the NDMU Together campus return section.
- First-Year Students: Beginning on August 20
- Student Athletes: Beginning on August 21
- Returning Students (including Legacy Leaders): Beginning on August 22
- School of Pharmacy
- P1: Beginning on August 8
- P2: Beginning on July 13
- P3: Beginning on August 25
- Bowls, Plates, Cups, Mugs
- Dish Towels
- Microwavable Cookware
- Chip Clips
- Pens, Pencils, Highlighter
- Notepad, Paper, Post-its
- Folders, Index Cards
- Paper Clips, Stapler
- Tape, Glue
- Calculator, Flash Drive
- Shower Caddy
- Shower Shoes
- Towels, Wash Cloths
- Pillows, Twin XL Sheets
- Laundry Bag/Basket
- Laundry Soap
- Stain Remover
- Paper Towels
- Sponge, Dish Soap
- Trash Bin, Trash Bags
- Sewing Kit
- Athletic Equipment
- Medicine, First Aid Kit
- Blue Painter's Tape
- Study Lamp
- Surge Protectors
- Mini Fridge/Mirco Fridge Rental
Included but not limited to:
- Illegal drugs, Drug-related paraphernalia (e.g. bong, pipe, hookah)
- Beer pong tables, funnels and tubing, common source containers (e.g. kegs), and other alcohol paraphernalia
- Firearms, fireworks, explosives, weapons
- Hot plates
- Appliances with exposed heat elements like toasters, grills, slow cookers, rice cookers, etc.
- Halogen lamps or medusa lamps
- Electric Blankets
- Wireless printers and personal routers
- Hover boards
- Toaster ovens
- Microwaves unless as part of a rented micro-fridge unit through the school sponsored vendor
- Space heaters
- Cinder blocks
- Electrical appliances with an exposed heating element (e.g. slow cookers, toasters, rice cookers, hot plates)
- Incense, candles, oil-lamps (lit or unlit)
- Wall mounted televisions
- Refrigerators greater than 118 volts, 60 Hz, and do not draw more than 1.5 amps or 180 watts
- Dangerous chemicals
- Non-University supplied lofts
- Portable air conditioners or non-University issued window air conditioning units
- Personal mattress
- Pets (other than small, non-carnivorous fish)
Do I need to submit proof of immunizations?
Yes, immunization forms are required and can be found online.
Do I need the Meningitis vaccine?
Yes, Maryland law requires dormitory residents to ahve received the meningitis shot. Proof of this vaccine must be noted by your physician on the immunization form.
What happens if I arrive on move-in day without having received the Meningitis vaccine?
Students are NOT permitted to move-in without proof of having received the Meningitis vaccine.
Do I need Health Insurance?
Yes, all full-time students are REQUIRED to submit proof of health insurance to waive or students must enroll in the University-sponsored health insurance plan.
What do I need to do to waive or enroll in the Health Insurance plan?
All full-time students must take action. Students will receive multiple emails and information with explicit directions on how to submit proof of insurance in order to waive or to enroll in the health insurance plan. Please follow the directions outlined by July 30, 2020.
What if I fail to take action on University Health Insurance?
If students do not take action by July 30th, 2020, you will be charged for health insurance on your tuition statement. At this point you will have until August 31st, 2020 to have your account adjusted.
After August 31st, 2020, all charges will be final and no adjustments will be allowed.
Additional Move-in FAQ's can be found here
Make your living space your own!
Part of the fun of moving into any new place is the opportunity to give it an identity. Talk with your roommate(s) and plan to make your room a special place.
Posters, pictures, bedspreads, lamps, and other accessories all serve to add a personal touch to your room.
All decorations must be removed at the end of the school year. Decorations which would make permanent changes in a room are not permitted and may result in damage charges.
Option 1 - Beds Bunked
Talk with your roommate about bed preference prior to submitting the form. Only one submission per room is needed if both occupants wish to have their beds bunked.
Option 2 - Bed Lofted
Limited lofts are available for the academic year. If you would prefer lofting your bed, submit the Bed Preference Request Form beginning August 1st.
Lofts are provided in the order that requests are received. Non-university provided lofts are not permitted.
Option 3 - Bed Raised
Raising the bed height allows additional space to store belongings under it and greater flexibility in the layout of the room. Keep in mind your level of comfort in how high the bed can be raised.