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This residence hall facility houses undergraduate students, typically who have lived on campus for 0 terms. Leo Goodwin Sr. Hall is the primary freshmen residence hall. Most of the rooms are built for double or triple occupancy and feature a bathroom, large closet space, and high ceilings.
Each room is furnished with 1 lofted and 2 bunk-beds, 3 desks and chairs, 1 armoire, and a built-in storage/counter facility. Rooms are not furnished with refrigerators or microwaves, and students are expected to bring their own. The building houses a classroom, study lounges on each floor, laundry facilities, a common kitchen on the 1st floor, and a large TV lounge.
Nova Southeastern University requires all undergraduate day students with 0-48 credit hours to live on-campus unless one or more of the following criteria applies:
If you meet one of the above criteria, and choose on-campus housing, you must honor the entire term of the housing contract. If you are over the age of 25 or married, you have the option to move into the apartments depending on availability or live off-campus.
All undergraduate students living in the Leo Goodwin Sr. Hall, regardless of credit hours, must purchase a mandatory $1,595 declining balance plan per semester. If a resident chooses to apply additional funds to their card, they are able to do so at any time.
If a balance exists on a resident's declining balance plan at the end of the fall semester, the resident's funds will roll over to the winter semester. Once the winter semester has ended, the remaining balance will no longer be available to the resident.
All rates include unlimited laundry, NSU secured wireless internet, furnishings, utilities, air conditioning, and cable TV. All housing and declining plan rates and configurations are subject to change.
Room and Declining Balance Rates