Northwest Christian University has two housing options for students: Burke-Griffeth Hall and Mom Richart Apartments.
Both housing options provide an encouraging, educational environment for students located conveniently near classrooms, library, and athletic facilities. Each living area is also equipped with internet, phone, and security services. All students who have completed fewer than 89 credits and who are under 21 years of age shall live on campus. For a complete overview of NCU's residency requirements, please consult the NCU Student Handbook.
Burke-Griffeth Hall (commonly known as BG) has three designated halls for women and two halls for men which usually house freshmen and sophomore students. Each hall has a large community bathroom and each floor has a kitchen area, lounge, and laundry services. The cafeteria, coffee shop, and security services are located on the first floor of the BG building.
Mom Richart offers 20 one-bedroom apartments which usually house upperclassmen students. Each apartment has a full kitchen, bathroom, and living area. Apartment doors open to a common hallway. A parking lot and laundry room are conveniently located underneath the building.