Residential Life

Incoming Students

Each first-year building has its own personality. During the housing application process, you can identify your building preference. In addition, you can choose a themed housing area — called living-learning community — to help you quickly connect with other new students with similar interests. Incoming Students »

Returning students

You have the option to sign up with friends, or choose other specialized housing options. Returning Students »

Residence Halls

Who can live where? What to pack? Residence Halls »

Top 8 Reasons to Live on Campus

8. Lifelong friendships. Not only is it easier to meet people when they live right down the hall from you—you’re also likely to develop friendships that last a lifetime. 

7. Security. Campus Safety patrols campus 24/7, every day of the year. Residence halls are locked, and students have security escort alarms. Surveillance cameras and courtesy phones cover the well-lit campus.

6. Good food, no cooking. Our dining halls range from all-you-can-eat to quick snacks, with menus from gourmet pizza to vegetarian cuisine.

5. Better grades. Yep, studies show that students who live on campus have higher GPAs, are more likely to graduate, and are more satisfied with their college experience. Sounds like a no-brainer. (American Council on Education)

4. It’s all included. Don’t worry about monthly bills for water, electric, cable, internet, food, or laundry. At Nazareth, they’re all part of the package.

3. Get involved. Join student groups, attend athletic events, savor concerts or special lectures. Experience everything the College has to offer … you have the rest of your life to live off campus.

2. The tunnels, baby! When wintry weather arrives, our tunnels let you avoid the snow. Plus, you can wear flip-flops and shorts year round.

1. When you live at college, you live the college life. When you don’t, you don’t.

Storage Facilities Options

Nazareth College is not affiliated with any of these but is sharing them as a resource: Local Storage Facilities

Campus Resources