What you need to know
understand the important role that parents and family play in the success of
college students. Use the information below to stay in the loop.
Housing and Residence Life at Northern Arizona University
is committed to providing an exceptional residential experience for students
who live in our residence halls and campus apartments. The facilities, programs
and services offered are designed to support our departmental mission "to provide
welcoming vibrant communities that foster personal growth and enhance the
New incoming freshmen and current freshmen who live on
campus are given priority for on-campus housing. This ensures students are provided with a
supportive environment and access to the resources that are known to improve
student success in the early years of college. Limited space is available to juniors and seniors after freshmen and
sophomores have been accommodated on campus.
The university houses over 7,400
students in a variety of accommodations. Our residence halls range from
traditional style halls to luxury apartments and include numerous amenities,
making campus living convenient and cost-effective.
Benefits of living on campus
Research shows that the benefits of the on-campus
residential experience have the greatest impact on first-year students,
directly helping them transition from living at home to university life.
Second-year students benefit from the continued stability of campus residential
life to support their academic and social development. Upper-division students gain more independence and experience
navigating the college environment as they progress through their college
career, and are therefore better equipped to live off campus than freshmen and
Studies show that students who live on
- a greater connection to the university
Requesting your student’s records
While we make every effort to provide
information, release of your student’s records may be restricted by the Family Educational Recordsand Privacy Act (FERPA). This law prevents the university
from disclosing specific educational records to anyone but the student.
Sending mail to your students
Visit the Northern Arizona University Post Office page for information on sending mail to your
students. Residence Hall Front Desk Numbers
|Residence Hall ||Phone Number|
|Calderón Learning Community||523-3696|
|Pine Ridge Village||864-1000|