Student Housing

We provide a variety of housing options to both domestic and international students of National University. Discover how exactly you can benefit from living at our campus.

Freshmen Students

Enrolling at National University supports academic, personal and social growth. Our campus is a place of self-discovery where students belong to a community that supports a studying experience.

Transfer Students

Campus Life Housing offers something for every transfer student, whether it is the social interaction and convenience of on campus housing, independent living in University Apartments, or special communities for married or single - parent students.

Graduate & Family Students

Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student who is married, a single parent, or a single graduate student, chances are you’re looking for housing that offers independence, as well as access to a community of fellow students.

Community Housing Overview

Our office maintains a database of rental listings which includes shared and vacant apartments, rooms in private homes, studio apartments, guest houses and short-term sublets.

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Undergraduate Housing

Housing is guaranteed for undergraduate students for all four years. You can also access our housing database for more information.

Residential Colleges

The Colleges common rooms have comfortable chairs and games such as pool and provides a welcoming gathering place for students.

Upperclass Dining Options

One thing students from all dining options share is the Campus Center, where salads, sushi and more are made fresh daily.

Graduate Housing

Graduate students can enroll in University meal plans, which are valid for all University dining halls, including the majestic facilities at Campus Life.

Explore Housing Options

Campus Life offers housing to fit every type of need. Virtually all first-year students choose to live in our residence halls.

You’ll form lifelong friendships, share ideas, and meet top students, scholars, and faculty from all over the world. Start by selecting the population that represents you to find out which housing options are available.

For new students living on their own for the first time, choosing housing can seem overwhelming. Consider where you'll spend most of your time on campus - taking classes, teaching, or studying - and select a housing option nearby. Think about whether you need solitude and quiet, a room with others who share your culture, or space for family; see which options best fit those requirements. Soon you'll have narrowed down your selection to one or two of the best options.

Campus Life Housing provides a home away from home for eligible undergraduate and graduate students, including couples and families. Contact our campus administrators to find our varied housing options organized by the type of housing available in each residence. Billing and rates information is also provided.

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