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Campus Housing

by Nov 23, 2016

I’ve been living on campus since starting the ND program nearly three years ago. Recently, my husband and I moved from a one-bedroom unit to a two-bedroom unit. It was quite a process, as this was the longest we had ever lived in one place, not to mention it being a crazy time with midterms! Here’s a glimpse inside our empty unit.

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Campus housing has efficiencies, studios, one- and two-bedroom units. For two people, I’d suggest at least a one-bedroom unit. It was a snug fit for the two of us, but we made it work. The main reason we decided to transfer into a two-bedroom unit was to have extra space for when family members visit. 

The main things I love about living on campus are:

  • no commute
  • free internet
  • better price compared to off-campus housing
  • easy to run home if you forget something
  • you can cook and eat lunch during the day
  • studying at the library is convenient
  • the lease is per trimester instead of annually

Thinking back to before I started the program, my name was on the campus housing wait list for several months. I found out about a month (or a little less) prior to the start of the trimester that there was a unit for us. If you’ve been accepted into any program at NUHS and if there’s the slightest possibility that you’d like to live on campus, contact Marilyn in the housing department sooner rather than later, because the wait list tends to be long.

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Mary Simon

Mary Simon

I'm a naturopathic medical student at NUHS. I started the Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine Program in January 2014. I was born and raised in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, a beautiful town on Lake Michigan. My experiences interpreting (Spanish to English) in nearly all medical specialties solidified my decision to study naturopathic medicine, as I saw a deep need for treating the body as a whole, getting to the root causes of symptoms, and using minimally invasive low-cost therapies to restore health.

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