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Kingston Hall, a dorm on SNHU's campus

Campus Housing Residence Halls, Apartments and Guidelines

Life on Campus

The campus of Southern New Hampshire University isn't just a place where students study and learn. It's where they live. That's why we strive to make each and every student feel at home. With housing options that range from residence hall suites to shared apartments and a focus on student safety, living on campus will give you the opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the SNHU community.

Wherever you decided to call home, all of our student housing options come with:

  • High-speed internet access
  • Bed frame, mattress, desk, desk chair, window treatments and wardrobe
  • Range of flexible meal plans to choose from
  • Full-time residence directors and graduate assistant residence directors
  • Social and community-based events

students working on their assignment in their roomResidence Halls

There are a number of residence halls located around campus providing students with convenient access to university dining services, academic buildings and other facilities. Each hall consists of mainly double or single rooms, communal bathrooms and common areas.

Our residence halls are usually assigned to freshmen and sophomore students.

The new residence apartments on CampusResidence Apartments

Our residence apartments are ideal for students looking to experience campus life with a bit more independence. That's why this housing option is usually preferred by juniors and seniors.

All of our apartment units can house up to four people and come fully furnished. Each unit consists of four bedrooms, kitchen, living room/dining area and a bathroom.

Residence Life FAQs

Housing for International Students

If you're an international student looking for housing on campus at Southern New Hampshire University, we'll help you find your home away from home.