While it is not typical for NCF to offer long-term housing during the summer, Student Affairs has opted to allow limited on-campus housing for the summer, from May 24 to August 17.
To be considered eligible, a student must have a housing assignment for Fall 2021 and be one of the following: an international student unable to return to their home country, a student classified as ‘Housing Insecure’ by Financial Aid or Case Management, a student participating in a college-sponsored internship or faculty related research, working on an Independent Study Project (ISP) or an NCF summer student employee. Housing will be located in Dort Hall on the first floor. Students should note that campus dining options will not be available during the summer.
Summer Housing will cost a total of $2,100, with three installments of $700 due on June 1, July 1 and August 1. Students who have exceptional financial need may apply for Covid Relief Funding, which students can sign into through their myNCF portal. Applications can be found under “Housing Registration” through the student myNCF portal and are due by May 1.