| Immigration Information - Accommodations|
Norfolk State University's residential facilities accommodate approximately 1,900 students, and its two dining facilities provide meals for on-campus residents. Consideration for on-campus housing is given after the student has been admitted. Because on-campus housing is limited, it is important to complete the housing application and remit the housing deposit as soon as possible. Graduate housing is available.
For more information about housing on or off campus, please contact the Director of Residence Life/Housing, 700 Park Avenue, Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA 23504, email The Office of Housing and Residence Life at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the office at (866) 378-7747.
Students can pay the housing deposit using any of the following:
- Credit card: we accept MasterCard, VISA or Discover Card
- Personal check (from a United States banking institution only)
- Money order
- Cashier's check
- Cash (U.S. dollars. Do not send cash by mail)
The housing deposit can be paid in person by visiting the Cashier's Office, by telephone, or by mail.
Credit card payments can be made by calling (757) 823-8542.
All checks and money orders should be made payable to Norfolk State University and must include the student's name and NSU I.D. number.
If mailing payments, please allow one week for delivery time. Mail payments to the following address:
Norfolk State University
700 Park Avenue
Norfolk, Virginia 23504
NSU recommends that all students live on-campus, at least for the first year. Our residence halls and the Spartan Suites apartment complex are grouped into three areas on campus: East, West and Central. All residential facilities are equipped with telephone, internet and cable TV service, and are conveniently located near classrooms and dining facilities.
On-Campus Housing - Students Only
NSU provides on-campus housing for its undergraduate and graduate students. Upperclassmen and graduate students are eligible to lease an apartment in our Spartan Suites apartment complex.Off-Campus Housing
There are a large number of apartments and houses for rent in Norfolk and neighboring cities.
Hotels are plentiful in downtown Norfolk.
Sharing an apartment or house is a great way to save money and meet others!