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Residence Life

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Living on campus during college is a great idea! You're close to all of your friends and the first to find out about campus and university-sponsored activities that happen on- and off-campus. You don't have to worry about driving in the snow or finding a parking spot if you're running late, either!

Important Residence Life Dates

Keep informed about important dates such as move in dates, resident hall closings, and due dates.

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**Please note that if you have a different move-in date (i.e. student leaders, athletes) you are to move in on your designated date and time. Students who need to check in at an early date must make arrangements with Residence Life and will be billed $30.00 per day prior to their scheduled move in date.

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Residence Halls

Carrocci Hall

  • First-time Student priority residence hall
  • Suite-style living
  • Two residents per bedroom sharing a bathroom with another same-gender student bedroom
  • Meal plan required

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Beata Hall

  • Sophomore standing and higher
  • Single-gender expanded suites or "pods"
  • Five students per pod with individual bedrooms sharing two bathrooms
  • Home to Metanoia, our Catholic faith-based living community
  • Meal Plan required

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Merlini Hall

  • Sophomore standing and higher
  • Single and Double occupancy suites sharing a bathroom with another same-gender student bedroom
  • Limited number of singles available
  • Meal Plan required

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Fugate Hall

  • Available to students with junior credit standing or above and/or 21 years of age or older
  • Two bedroom apartments with students sharing one bathroom
  • Limited number of four bedroom apartments with four students sharing two bathrooms
  • Full kitchens (including stove and refrigerator)- Meal Plan recommended but not required

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Freshman and Sophomore Housing Policy

Newman University has a freshman and sophomore on-campus living requirement. Students that meet the following criteria may apply for an exemption to the policy by filling out and mailing or faxing the Off-Campus Waiver Request and Parent/Guardian Permission Form available on the Residence Life Forms section:

  • Are 21 years of age or older
  • Have reached Junior class standing credit hours (60+ credit hours successfully completed prior to the start of the fall semester)
  • Live at home with a parent/guardian
  • Are married
  • Have a child that lives with them
  • Are a veteran of the Armed Forces who has served a full tour of duty

 

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