In college, growth takes place inside and outside the classroom. As you’re learning a lot about your field of study, you’re also gaining independence and making lifelong friendships.

Why not take advantage of that 24/7?


Students laugh in PNW housingOur Hammond campus offers apartment-style housing with private bedrooms for you and your 750 new best friends. You can walk everywhere — you’ll be steps from our fitness center and less than a mile from every building on campus.

University Village residence halls — Peregrine and Griffin — are at the center of many campus activities. Attend movie screenings, ice cream socials, game nights, and pancake study breaks without leaving home.


Tour PNW Housing

An external look at PNW's dorm.

PNW's residence halls — Peregrine (pictured) and Griffin — are at the heart of campus life.

A living room on campus housing

Spacious living areas offer room to socialize as well as study.

A kitchen in PNW housing

Eat what you like with fully furnished kitchens!

A bedroom in student housing

Four-bedroom and two-bedroom options offer plenty of flexibility--and comfort.

Our Residence Halls Feature

  • 4-bedroom/2-bathroom and 2-bedroom/1-bath furnished apartments with living rooms and kitchens
  • Computer labs with free printing
  • Outdoor patio and study area
  • Study and conference rooms
  • Soundproof music rooms
  • Laundry facilities on each floor
  • WiFi throughout the complex
  • 24-hour service desks
  • 24-hour staff on call for emergencies

A lion statue on PNW's Westville campus

PNW Housing and COVID-19

To protect the health and safety of the university community, PNW Housing has implemented special rules to protect students and staff.

Housing Social-Distancing Guidelines

Additional Resources

A student reads PNW housing paperwork.

Costs & Payment

We break down housing costs and contract types.

A PNW student laughs in her dorm room.


Answers to common questions about living on campus.

Korey West

Housing Office

Still have questions? Contact us.