Norfolk State University has eight
traditional halls and one apartment-styled complex on its campus. Options for residency
are based on classification, participation in a group that requires specific housing,
age, GPA, and/or resident preference.
Hall Designations for the 2013-2014 academic year are as follows:
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There are several room options to choose from and their availability is hall
Double Room – This option is a room
that houses two students. Students residing in double rooms use the community bathroom
on the hallway.
Triple Room – This option is a room
that houses three students. Students residing in triple rooms use the community
bathroom on the hallway.
Double Suite (Midrise Only) – This
living option has a common living room area, 2 bathrooms and 3 bedrooms (that house
2 student students in each bedroom for a total of 6 students in each suite).
Triple Suite – This option is a room
that houses three students. Students residing in triple suites have an on-suite
Single Room (Phyllis Wheatley Only)
– This room option houses one student and the resident of a single room uses the
community bathroom on the hallway.
One-Bedroom Apartment (Spartan Suites
Only) – Students residing in one bedroom apartments have a living room, kitchen,
bathroom, and bedroom.
Two-Bedroom Apartment (Spartan Suites
Only) – Students residing in two bedroom apartments have a living room, kitchen,
bathroom, and two individual bedrooms for each resident.
Four-Bedroom Apartment (Spartan
Suites Only) – Students residing in four bedroom apartments have a living room,
kitchen, two bathrooms, and four individual bedrooms for each resident.
All residence hall rooms are equipped with
a bed, desk, dresser, chair, and wardrobe for each resident assigned.
Spartan Suites and Midrise (double suites)
have common living furnishings.
All students residing on campus are required to have a meal plan.
Students residing in traditional halls have 3 meal plans to choose from, residents
of Spartan Suites have four. The number of meals listed for the meal plan is the
number of meals students have to eat in the dining facilities each week. Meals replenish
every Sunday. The “dining dollars” are additional funds students can use in other
on-campus eateries during and outside of meal plan hours. While the meals replenish
every week, dining dollars are for the semester.
Students with Special Needs
In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans
with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, if you have a disability or think you have
a disability, we ask that you please contact the Office of Disability Services.
Based on the provisions of your documentation from a physician, the Disability Services
Coordinator will make a determination as to whether your documentation warrants
accommodations in the living quarters. This needs to be done six to eight weeks
prior to the beginning of class and this in no way guarantees you a room. Accommodations
will be considered when documentation has been provided to the Disability Services
Coordinator and your registration with disability services is in place.
Location: Student Services Center, Suite 110
Telephone: (757) 823-9325
Room Rates: Click the link to be directed to the current rates for housing and
meals on campus.
Now that you have some basic information, click the link below
to apply for housing!!!