Live. Learn. Experience. Thrive.
The Office of Housing & Residence Life assists students with on-campus housing at the Bethlehem campus and oversees two residential facilities, the Residence Hall Commons and the Apartments. We welcome you to life on-campus!
NCC offers on-campus housing for students, providing a safe, supportive, living and learning environment. Resident students are provided the opportunity to become a part of the NCC community through educational and social opportunities to enhance their experience outside of the classroom.
Explore the benefits of living on our campus below. We look forward to welcoming you to campus and hope you will join us in calling NCC home!
NEW RESIDENTS: The housing application for 2021-2022 is now open for new students and students who lived on campus previously. APPLY TODAY!
SUMMER 2021: The college will be offering summer housing for the Mid-Summer term and Summer Session 2. Students will be housed in the Residence Hall Commons. For more information about living on campus this summer and summer rates, please review the Summer Housing Guide.
FALL 2021: We are excited about the prospect of welcoming more new and returning students back to campus housing! Housing fees and meal plan prices for 2021-2022 are now posted on the Rooms and Dining pages for you to review. All resident students must be vaccinated for COVID-19 beginning in the Fall 2021 semester in order to live on campus.
Fall 2021 Move-in Dates: Please review the Moving In page for more information.
- Friday, August 27 th & Saturday, August 28 th(New Resident Students)
- Sunday, August 29 th(Returning Resident Students)
Why live @ NCC?
Living on campus might seem expensive at first, but it's actually quite affordable. If you consider all of the costs you would spend living off campus (gas for commuting, monthly rent, furniture or items for your space, electric, water, gas, internet, trash, laundry, parking, groceries, etc.), you'll find that living off campus can be quite expensive.
By living on campus at NCC, everything is included in your housing fees (rent, utilities, furniture, meals, laundry, WiFi, parking). Our on campus housing not only allows you to save money but truly provides a place for you to live, learn, experience, and thrive.
Living at NCC opens the doors to new friends, experiences, and opportunities. Build friendships and memories that will last a lifetime! Living on campus helps you find the balance between your academic and social life.
Avoid the hassle of having to commute to and from campus. Spend more time focusing on your studies and have quicker access to campus resources like the Library, Learning Center, and much more. Research shows that students who live on campus get better grades, are more engaged in the college community, and more likely to graduate.
Living on campus provides you with various opportunities, to not only get involved with the students living on campus, but the borader NCC community. Attend sporting events, participate in the various campus activities or clubs, and truly find out what it's like to be a Spartan!
As a resident student at NCC, we want you to call NCC your second home. Living on campus will help prepare you to thrive in the real world by building your skillsets, developing independence, and providing unique experiences that will set you apart from other students after you graduate.
The Office of Housing & Residence Life aims to strengthen and serve our residents by fostering an intellectual and inclusive community. We seek to diversify our residents through campus engagement and academic excellence outside of the classroom. The staff strives to foster a safe environment that encourages residents to generate memorable experiences to last a lifetime
Location and Office Hours
Bethlehem Campus: College Center, Suite 200
Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 5:00pm (Fall and Spring Semester)
Monday – Thursday: 8:00am – 6:00pm (Late May – Early August)
(Closed Fridays, Late May – Early August)
Resident Director Offices:
Bethlehem Campus: Residence Hall Commons
Monday – Friday: Hours can vary