As a residential campus, it is the residency policy of Nebraska Wesleyan University that undergraduate students reside in approved on-campus living units for three years or six semesters not including summer terms.
- All first year students must live in University-administered residential facilities.
- Members of sororities or fraternities may reside in Greek houses meeting criteria for approved residential facilities during their third through sixth semesters.
Exceptions to Residency Policy
Students may apply for an exception to this policy if:
- they live with parents/guardians within 30 miles of the Nebraska Wesleyan campus;
- have reached their 21st birthday prior to the start of the fall semester;
- live with a spouse;
- are enrolled for fewer than 12 credit hours per semester as a part-time student; or
- have received a special exception from the Housing Exemption Committee for financial exigency, health issues, or other extreme or emergency condition.
Download the Housing Exemption Form (PDF) and return it to the Residential Education Office, located on the first floor of Centennial Hall.
Violations of Residency Policy
If a student's living arrangements are in violation of the residency policy, the student will be in violation of the Code of Student Conduct and will be subject to disciplinary action. Violation of this policy does not excuse financial obligation to the University.
Room and Board
Room and board charges for residence halls operated by the University are described in the Course Schedules. For more specific information, contact the Residential Education Office. See also Room and Board page.