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Hudson-Perrin Residence Halls

Hudson-Perrin Residence Halls
Freshman Housing

Hudson and Perrin Residence Halls are home to approximately one-third of our freshman class. Their unique pod-sytle layouts include a bathroom that is shared by 10 students, free laundry facilities, lofts and portable furniture. The halls overlook a sand volleyball court and are close to student parking.


Franken Hall

Franken Hall
Freshman and Upper-class Housing

Opening in fall 2018, the newly renovated Franken Hall will offer private bathrooms on each floor, new lounge spaces and updated, movable furniture.


High Rise Residence Halls

High Rise Residence Halls
Freshman and Upper-class Housing

Northwest's high-rise residence halls are home to nearly 800 freshmen. Each building is a Freshman-Learning Center so there is a smaller staff-to-resident ratio and extra academic and computing assistance. The halls also have a kitchen, lounge area and recreation room and are conveniently located near The Station.


Tower Suites

Tower Suites
LALCs and Upper-class Housing

The Tower Suites provide upperclassmen with advanced housing options. The Suites offer two-person and four-person living arrangements, which include a private bathroom, main living space and bedrooms. Each floor features a kitchenette, laundry room, lounge and other amenities.


South Complex

South Complex
LALCs and Upper-class Housing

Centrally located in the heart of campus, South Complex offers pod-style living with four or five rooms grouped with a private bathroom. South Complex also houses Living and Academic Learning Communities for students to connect with first-year students enrolled in the same major.


Forest Village Apartments

Forest Village Apartments
Upper-class Housing

The Forest Village Apartments complex consists of three buildings and each apartment is designed to accommodate two-person or four-person configurations. The apartments are fully-furnished and contain a washer, dryer, refrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal, microwave, stove, cable TV and wireless internet. This is the perfect option for upperclassmen who want the convenience of living on campus and the independence of an apartment.


Roberta Hall

Roberta Hall
Upper-class Sorority Housing

Sorority women have the opportunity to live together. Roberta Hall is home to Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Phi Mu, Sigma Kappa and Sigma Sigma Sigma sororities. Each sorority is assigned a wing in the hall that they make their home with sorority specific information, symbols and mascots.


North Complex

North Complex
Upper-class Low-Cost Housing

Cooperative Community housing will be offered as a pilot program by Northwest during the 2018-19 academic year. North Complex is a new low-cost housing and food plan option for students.


Gender-Neutral Housing

Northwest offers gender-neutral housing. Any student who has gender or gender identity related concerns can speak with the Residential Life Specialist about housing options by phone or email.

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Northwest Living and Academic Learning Communities

Bearcat Living Communities

Bearcat Living Communities offer academic and social support for first-year students, cultivate community among the residents and provide activities that establish life-long friendships.

Sustainability Initiatives

From purchasing local produce to reusable carry out containers, Northwest Campus Dining is passionately focused on reducing the environmental impact within our operations.

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