Housing & Residence Life

Living on campus is an essential part of the college experience.

Residence life is convenient and allows you to be in the middle of the action. Let’s face it: You won’t go hungry with our modern dining options, won’t have to fight for a parking spot in the morning and will live with people from across the country and world.

Because you’ll be so close to the classrooms, you’ll be able to roll out of bed and walk right over to start taking history notes in less than 10 minutes. Students who live on campus typically make better grades and develop into campus leaders while never having to worry about washing dishes or paying monthly bills.

Housing Requirements

All freshman full-time undergraduate students are required to live on campus unless they meet certain exemption requirements. To register for housing or to request exemption please visit the  Housing Portal and click on application, the first question will ask if you want to apply for housing or do an exemption. Make your selection and follow the prompts from there. Applications to live on a campus require a $250 deposit (a $50 non-refundable application fee and $200 security deposit). This fee can be paid at fee collections anytime after you complete your application. Preference of residence hall will go in the order in which deposits were paid.


 

Vision

To be the preferred housing choice for Nicholls State University students where all residents have a positive living learning experience

 

Mission

The Office of Housing and Residence Life at Nicholls State University supports student success by providing dynamic residential communities and co-curricular experiences which are safe, secure, and advance the educational mission of Nicholls State University.