Live, learn and grow.
Living on Campus
Residential Life takes pride in its ability to offer affordable, comfortable living arrangements. Accommodations are available in apartment-style, suite-style and traditional residence halls.
Our residence halls offer an option for everyone! Check out the hall rates here!
It is always better to see the campus in person. If you are not able to visit the campus, you can visit us virtually.
We are all about building community. Building your community at NCCU starts in the residence halls.
This policy applies to all students classified as a "freshman" with less than 30 credit hours or "sophomore" with less than 60 credit hours.
Residential Life strives to accommodate the special needs of residential students. To apply for special accommodation, please log in to Eagle Accommodate.
Click here to meet the various levels of professional staff in Residential Life.
Apply for Housing
Review information on the Fall Housing process and selection process, designated buildings and more.
Log in to My Housing to apply for housing, select a room, select a roommate and manage all of your housing needs.
Review information on the summer housing application process, summer housing building and cost.
Learn more about the process for students who are in need of housing accommodations during building closures.
Learn how to select your roommate for the Fall and Summer semesters and SOAR.
This page contains information for Fall applicants about the room selection process and eligibility requirements.
Residence Halls Openings and Closings
Stay information and be prepared by reviewing important information about Fall move-in.
Stay informed and be prepared by reviewing important information about what students should do to prepare their rooms for the winter break.
Stay informed and be prepared by reviewing important information about Spring move-in.
Stay informed and be prepared by reviewing important information about what students should do to prepare their rooms for the Spring break closing.
Stay informed and be prepared by reviewing important information about what students should do to move out at the end of the academic year.
Stay informed and be prepared by reviewing important information about the summer term.
Housing Exemptions and Cancellations
We do not want to see you go. If you decide to leave campus housing, make sure you know what is required.
We understand that living on campus does not fit every student’s situation. There are specific circumstances in which students can be exempt from living on campus.
Kick off the new academic year with Eagle Mania/Week of Welcome, a week-long experience that provides all students with fun and exciting activities.
Residence Hall Association
The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is the leading campus organization for the interests and welfare of residence hall students and also provides opportunities for their personal growth and development.
National Residence Hall Honorary
The National Residence Hall Honorary is a leadership-based honorary comprised of exemplary residential students who value recognition and service.
Learn more about joining our team of dynamic student leaders who assist in creating safe and welcoming on-campus living communities across campus.
Learn more about joining our team of dynamic student leaders who provide day-to-day customer service to students living in the residence halls.
Learn more about joining our team of dynamic graduate student professional who oversee the operations of the residence halls on campus.
The Division of Student Affairs and Office of Residential Life is looking for volunteers to support our new and returning Eagles arriving on campus August 10–12, 2023. Students, faculty, staff and alumni can sign up to join the Welcome to the Nest Team.
Just as our community grows each day, so do our offerings to make your lives easier while learning at NCCU. Currently, we have three general categories for meal plans (all-you-can-eat format) that support the community's needs.
What do I bring? What do I leave home? Get the answers to these questions and more.
The purpose of the Community Living Standards is to outline the rights and responsibilities designed to create a positive living and learning environment within the residence halls.
Maintenance and Technical Support
Students can help to maintain the high standards of the residence hall by reporting technical and maintenance issues immediately online.
Read in detail the housing contract signed by students when they complete their Fall and Spring housing contact.
What type of microwave or mini-fridge should you bring? Learn more about the types of appliances permitted in the residence halls!
What would happen if your belongings were lost, stolen or damaged?
NCCU Residence Hall Tour
Learn more about Residential Life and Student Affairs on the NCCU Life YouTube channel.