Living on Campus for Prospective Students
Thank you for visiting our web page! You will find a lot of helpful information and we encourage you to take your time and peruse the various links. If you do not find the answers you are looking for, please feel free to contact us.
All full time, matriculated first and second year students are required to live on campus if space is available. Therefore our campus is active with students from various areas around the globe and from all walks of life! Our campus size allows for more interpersonal connections, increased participation in campus life and easier and greater access to support systems whether academic, social or personal.
If you are an incoming student who is 19+ years of age or sophomore status or above, you are eligible to request housing in Langdon Woods or the University Apartments. Most newly admitted students will reside in one of our six traditional residence halls: Belknap, Blair, Geneva Smith, Grafton, Mary Lyon, or Pemigewasset. More information about your choices can be found under the residence halls link to the left.
Now that you are here…
How’s it going?
Now that you have settled in, how is it going? Have you connected with your roommate(s)? Floor mates? Housemates? Are you taking advantage of the residence hall programming? Have you attended a PAW event, an athletic event or a production or lecture at the Silver Center? No? Well… you are missing out! Check out the bulletin boards and flyers- there is lots to do, people to meet and places to go! Get involved in your residence hall and in the community. This is your time to shine!
RDs and CAs are a great resource!
Have you met your Residence Director (RD)? Do you know who your Community Advisor (CA) is? Send them an email or stop by their office. RDs and CAs are fabulous resources! They are available to answer your questions, provide feedback and referrals or just listen when you need it most. RD walk in office hours are posted on each office. Contact information can be found under the specific residence hall information on our website. Reach out and make a new connection!
Sometimes you just need a change…
If you are looking for a change in residence hall, apartment or room, stop by residential life to ask about your options. Sometimes students seek alternative spaces because they would like to be closer to their classes or the dining hall, sometimes they find a friend they would like to room with or a residence hall geared more toward their interests, and sometimes roommate schedules are just not in sync. Whatever your reason, a change may be possible. For more information please stop by residential life or contact Kathy Peverly-Housing Services Coordinator email@example.com.
Meal Plan Information
We are pleased to offer many new meal plan options for the 2013-2014 academic year; one is sure to meet your dining needs. Most of our meal plans include FlexCash that can be used in any of our satellite dining operations, the campus bookstore, as well as vending and laundry machines.
The deadline for processing fall semester meal plan changes was September 9, 2013. Students wishing to add or change a spring (2014) semester meal plan can do so by stopping by our office.
Meal plans may be added, at full cost, at any point during the semester at the Office of Residential Life – lower level of Mary Lyon Hall. If a student runs out of meals, blocks of 15 meals can also be purchased at our office. Additional information may be obtained by contacting our office at 603-535-2260.
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*Please Note: A purchase made prior to 4pm on a business day will be credited to the account the morning of the next business day. A purchase made after 4pm on a business day will be credited on the account the morning of the second business day.
Mission and Purpose
To provide a healthy living environment that supports the academic and developmental growth of students.