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Housing Process Overview

How to Apply for Housing

To apply for main campus housing, follow these steps.

  1. Submit your housing application online. If this is your first time applying, you will also need to pay a $500 housing deposit.  Once we have processed your application, we will contact you regarding next steps.
  2. Scan and email your Immunization records to housing@nova.edu, or submit them by fax to (954) 262-3812.
  3. Enroll in student health insurance or submit your health insurance waiver online. Please note the different waiver deadlines for different academic programs.

Room and Roommate Process

After Completion of your Housing Application and $500 deposit

You should immediately receive a confirmation email saying that your application was completed.  If you do not, please call us at 954-262-7052.  Within a few days, you should receive your unique Residential Management System (RMS) number from the Office of Residential Life and Housing via email. This unique number will allow you to begin your room selection and/or your room preference process.

Fall

New Graduate Residents: Instructions and important dates will be available in early 2018 once the process has been determined.

New Undergraduate Residents: Instructions and important dates will be available in early 2018 once the process has been determined.

Winter

New Winter Residents: Students looking to move into on-campus housing for the Winter 2018 term can apply now.  Initial assignments will be released November 1, 2017 and will continue to be released on a rolling basis.  Applicants are encouraged to complete and return all documents by November 27, 2017. Applications after December 18, 2017 may not be reviewed until after January 1, 2018.

Summer

New Summer Residents:

Instructions and important dates will be available in early 2018 once the process has been determined.

Important Student Account Information

Please make sure you satisfy your student account balance and all financial aid requirements. This may include signing a Promissory Note and/or signing up for an NSU payment plan. Schedule an appointment by phone or in-person with an Enrollment and Student Service representative by contacting (954) 262-5200 to ensure you are in good financial standing.

RMS/Mercury Instructions

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