Residence Life hosts a Housing Selection event for current residents which is an opportunity to choose your building and room preference for the next academic year.

University Housing

First Year & New Transfer Students

  1. You will receive information by mail in spring prior to the start of the fall semester. 
  2. Submit the New Student Housing Application Form by June 1st.
  3. Roommate preferences will be accepted until June 20th at 9:00 a.m.

Current Commuter Students

If you would like to apply to live on campus, please submit the housing application.​ 

We will do our best to place you in your desired space, however, this is not 100% guaranteed.

Current Resident Students

All currently enrolled full-time students (Women's College, Graduate Students, and School of Pharmacy) are eligible to participate in housing selection.

There is a separate selection process for students who are:

  • Currently withdrawn
  • On a Leave of Absence
  • To be re-admitted for the fall
  • Studying abroad
  • New incoming first-year and transfer students

How to Apply

In order to be eligible for Housing Selection, you will need to complete a Housing Selection packet (with a checklist) that requires both a signature of a counselor from Financial and from a representative in the Business Office.

With Roommates

Choose to participate in housing selection as a group to improve your chances of living with friends or compatible suitemates!

Groups can only be formed with currently enrolled students.

Group Types

  • Suitemates (4-person groups)
  • Roommates (2-person groups)

Looking for a Roommate?

  1. Attend Housing Selection Events such as the Roommate Social.
  2. Talk to your Resident Assistant and see if they know anyone else looking for a roommate.
As an Individual

If you do not have a preferred roommate group, you can apply as an individual. At Housing Selection, you will submit a Roommate Preference Sheet so our office can make a compatible match.

Single Rooms

In rare instances you may be able to select a single room, but it is very likely that you will be placed in a double or triple room with assigned roommates or suitemates.

Meletia Hall

Most of the single spaces in Meletia Hall fall under the guidelines of the Office of Accessibility & Health Promotion. These rooms are reserved for students with documented accommodation needs. If you have specific needs, please contact the director.

Meletia Hall also has single, semi-private bathroom balcony rooms that may be available for rising seniors.

Doyle Hall

Doyle Hall offers more single spaces for rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors. These spaces come as-is and the furniture cannot be modified.

2019 Selection Dates

Each class level is given a designated day and time for selection. When you arrive during your time slot, it is then a first come, first served process in the interest of fairness and opportunity.

Note: If you are applying with roommates of different class years, you should attend the selection time of the later class year. (ex. A rising senior paired with a rising junior would attend the time slot for rising juniors.)

Monday, April 8, 2019

Time: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Who: Students with Accommodations via the Office of Accessibility & Health Promotion
Location: Residence Life Office - Theresa Hall, Room 023

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Time: 6:00 to 7:45 p.m.
Who: Graduate & School of Pharmacy Students
Location: Feely International Center - Room 003

Time: 8:00 to 9:45 p.m.
Who: Rising Seniors (Current Juniors & 5th Year Seniors in the Women's College)
Location: Feely International Center - Room 003

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Time: 6:00 to 7:45 p.m.
Who: Rising Juniors (Current Sophomores in the Women's College)
Location: Feely International Center - Room 003

Time: 8:00 to 9:45 p.m.
Who: Rising Sophomores (Current Freshmen in the Women's College)
Location: Feely International Center - Room 003

Still have questions? Check out the Housing Selection FAQ's.

Living-Learning Communities

Social Justice

UBUNTU LLC Application (PDF)

Emerging Leaders

The Emerging Leaders community offers an opportunity to:

  • Gain a better understanding of local and global issues
  • Actively engage with local non-profit and community partners
  • Develop an understanding of current social justice issues and how to actively be part of the solution
  • Connect what you learn with future career and personal aspirations

Members complete community service hours each semester at NDMU and in the surrounding Baltimore neighborhoods.

The community is housed on the second floor of Meletia Hall in suite-style rooms. Incoming, first-year students are eligible to apply.

For more information, check Emerging Leaders Living-Learning Community

Emerging Leaders Application (PDF)

Housing Accommodations

If you have a current medical accommodation or are seeking a medical accommodation for housing, you must submit the Housing Accommodation Form with appropriate documentation from your doctor to the Office of Accessibility and Health Promotion in Theresa Hall 009.

Housing Accommodation Request Form (PDF)