Housing Options for Graduate Students and Dix Scholars
North Hall house Graduate students, Dix Scholars, transfers and upperclass undergraduate students. The building was renovated in 2000 and holds 80 single and double occupancy rooms. Each room is equipped with Ethernet and cable access. A spacious living room area and full kitchen are available as common spaces to North Hall residents. The building has five floors. The top three floors are single sex female floors while the other floors are co-ed with shared bathrooms. North Hall does not have an elevator or in room air conditioning in the summer, please consider this and plan accordingly.
A note on Graduate and Dix Housing Availability:
Graduate and Dix Scholar housing is very limited on the residence campus. If you are interested in obtaining Graduate or Dix Scholar housing for upcoming semester, we recommend you complete your Graduate/Dix Scholar Housing Application as soon as possible to be placed on the interest list. A deposit of $250 is necessary to secure a room; you will be directed to the deposit page upon completion of the housing application. Rooms will be assigned in the order of the date of when the deposit was received.
Costs and Fees
For a complete listing of costs and fees on campus for the upcoming academic year, visit the Student Financial Services website.
You can view pictures of North Hall on our Residence Halls page.
FAQ: Graduate and Dix Scholar Housing For Returning Students
- If I am a current Grad student or Dix Scholar living in North, what should I do if I want to stay in my room?
If you would like to remain in the same room you are currently in, please fill out a Graduate Squatting form indicating you would like to remain in your current residence. You will not need to attend room selection. As soon as the Graduate applications are online, please fill out the electronic Graduate/Dix Housing application. See the Housing Application page for the squatting form and the housing application »
- If I am a Graduate Student/Dix Scholar who wishes to change my room when should I attend housing selection?
Graduate Student and Dix Scholar Housing Selection Night will be in April. Be sure to fill out your graduate housing application and you will be assigned a lottery card for housing selection night.
- If I want to live in a women-only community, what are my options?
In 2012-2013, three floors will be designated as a women-only space, North 3-5 Floor. North 1-2 are mix gender communities, with co-ed bathrooms.
I am a graduating Senior interested in living on campus in the 2013-2014 school year as a graduate student. Which housing selection process do I participate in?
If you are a current undergraduate resident continuing as a graduate student and interested in living in on campus you will be considered an "incoming student." You should first fill out a Graduate housing application. Current Graduate/Dix students will select housing before incoming students. But because you are a current student, you will have priority over other graduates new to housing. We encourage you to attend the Graduate/Dix housing selection process on April 15, 2014 and choose a room after all current Grad/ Dix students have chosen theirs.