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2016–2017 Graduate Housing Brochure
The Rolling Hills Graduate Apartments, which opened in August 2008, is approximately 1 mile west of the NSU main campus and will house approximately 373 graduate and doctoral students for. Each single and quad room is fully furnished and features a kitchen, bathroom, and living room.
Residents of the Rolling Hills Graduate Apartments must park their cars at Rolling Hills Graduate Apartments and take the shuttle bus to campus. Rolling Hills Graduate Residents are allowed to park on-campus after 6:00 p.m. in non-gated lots on the weekdays and all day on the weekends.
Rolling Hills Graduate Apartment residents are required to abided by all policies and procedures in the Office of Residential Life and Housing Residential Living Guide
Graduate students living in Rolling Hills have the option to live and learn with residents studying in your same field. The Office of Residential Life and Housing provides themed floors which are available for students in the Health Professions Division and Law fields.
These communities will be staffed with a field based resident advisor and allows you the opportunity to live, study, and network with other residents in your field. Residents can also choose to sign up for non-themed floors in Rolling Hills which house students from all academic programs. The members of the communities will have the option to assist with mentorship of the undergraduate students interested in entering the same field of study.
Students living on-campus may purchase an optional declining balance plan in $100 increments. The flexibility of all declining balance plans allows all students and residents to dine at various locations on the Nova Southeastern University campus, including the following:
For more information about optional declining balance plans, please feel free to contact the Campus Card Office at (954) 262-8929.
All rates include unlimited laundry, NSU secured wireless internet, furnishings, utilities, air conditioning, cable TV, and local telephone service. All housing and declining plan rates and configurations are subject to change.
Building C Room Rates
The below housing rates for the 2017–2018 academic year have been approved.
Note: Cost of housing for Summer 2017 is $2,774 (Single), $1,439 (Quad A/D), and $1385 (Quad B/C).