On-campus housing is available for full-time graduate and undergraduate students. All full time Women’s College students are required to reside on campus in the residence halls during their freshmen and sophomore years or as specified in their financial aid award letter.
Residence halls are equipped with lounges, kitchenettes, laundry facilities, computers, landline capabilities, cable television and internet access.
Doyle Hall includes both single and double rooms with a common bathroom (for the 2020-2021 Academic Year, all students will be housed in single rooms). The building includes kitchens and laundry facilities, and each floor has a lounge and study room.
- Women’s College students
- Co-ed students in the Graduate Studies, School of Pharmacy, and English Language Institute programs
Features of Doyle Hall
- Limited rooms with air conditioning and a private or semi-private bathroom (Accomodations required);
- Location of the University's dining room, Gator Alley, a chapel, and the commuter lounge;
- Location of mailboxes for all resident students (behind the Doyle Hall Desk).
Meletia Hall is an all-women residence hall that houses students in the Women’s College at NDMU. The hall offers single, double, and triple rooms with private, suite, and floor bathrooms (for the 2020-2021 Academic Year, all students will be housed in single rooms).
The residence hall also has several kitchens and multiple lounge spaces throughout the building in addition to a laundry room.
Features of Meletia Hall
- Includes a beautiful , air-conditioned, main lobby;
- Houses an interfaith space that can be utilized by all students;
- Location for Living Learning Communities (2nd floor)
Note: Due to dorm capacity, we are no longer able to offer guest room accommodations.
- Single Room
- Double Room
- Triple Room (limited availability)
*For the 2020-2021 Academic Year, all students will be housed in single rooms.
Rooms have a twin/twin xl bed, standard twin/twin xl mattress, dresser, desk with chair, and a closet or wardrobe for each student. Extra furniture cannot be removed from the rooms or disassembled.
Students requesting accessible housing or accommodations based on documented disability or medical condition must apply through the Office of Accessibility and Health Promotion in Theresa Hall 009. The housing accommodation application along with appropriate documentation must be submitted to the Director of Accessibility and Health Promotion who works in collaboration with the Director of Housing and Residence Life. Students are encouraged to apply for accommodations as early as possible.
Housing Waiver for Academic Year 2020-2021
A student may apply for a waiver from the on campus residence requirement if a student:
a) Resides within a 50 miles (temporarily increased from 25 miles) of NDMU’s campus with their parent(s) or guardian;
b) Is married and/or has a child;
c) Has a medical condition that requires special living arrangements that residential life cannot reasonably provide; OR
d) Other extenuating circumstances.
Non-medical waiver requests (a, b, d) and documentation sufficient to support the request may be submitted to the Director of Housing and Residence Life at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medical waiver requests (c) and medical documentation sufficient to support the request may be submitted to the Director of Accessibility and Health Promotion at email@example.com.
Approved waivers may be accompanied by a reduction in a student’s institutional financial aid award due to a change to commuter status. Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Financial Aid at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to submitting a waiver request to determine their revised financial aid package.