Join the many students who make Multnomah their home and create memories that will last a lifetime. On-campus living offers more than just a place to study and sleep. Experience the tight-knit community at Multnomah and live with your best friends. Connect with our res-life team and find the support you need to grow individually and in community with those around you.
Living on Campus
When you live on MU’s campus, you are part of a family. Whether it’s attending events put on by your RA or having movie nights with your roommate, you will be making lasting friendships and memories.
Apply for housing
Ready to move in and meet your new MU family? Here you’ll find the forms you need and see our requirements and eligibility statement for living on campus. Do you still need some convincing? Read about the benefits of living on a college campus.
After submitting the $100 enrollment deposit, please complete the New Student Housing Living Arrangement Form.
Please complete the Returning Student Living Arrangement Form.
Because of the high-value MU places on-campus community living, all single undergraduate students under the age of 21 enrolled at least 3/4 time or more are required to live in residence hall housing by the first day of the semester. Exceptions to this policy are made for students living with parents or family members over the age of 30.
You must be a degree-seeking student enrolled at least three-quarter time (9 credits) in your program to be eligible for campus housing. Audit and guest student credits do not qualify.
On campus housing is provided to students age 26 and younger as capacity allows. Students age 27 or older (prior to the first day of fall semester) need to arrange off-campus housing for the academic year. Requests for exceptions to this policy are reviewed and determined by the housing exemptions committee and may be emailed to email@example.com.
Research generally concludes that living on campus has a positive influence on a student’s grade point average, level of involvement in campus activities, persistence toward a degree, and satisfaction with his or her collegiate experience overall.
Living on campus will help you get connected in the community faster, keep you in close proximity to resources that you need, and expand your educational opportunities.
Learn more about Food Service options on-campus.
Living Arrangement Form
Ready for your next adventure and community? New students and returning students, submit your form today!
Your home away from home.
You’ll be part of a family. Experience what it’s like to live, pray, and grow together. You can live in clean, comfortable housing just a short walk from classrooms, the JCA, and the dining hall. Whether you’re working out in the gym, sipping an Americano at Roger’s Café, or studying in a lounge, you’ll feel right at home. You’ll also be minutes from downtown Portland and refreshingly close to mountains, sand dunes, ocean waves, bike trails, and more.
Faculty in Residence Program
We are committed to implementing new, holistic ways of investing in the lives of its students. One of the unique ways Multnomah fosters a deeply rooted community of Christ-followers who support each other in day-to-day life is the Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) program. This Oxford model of learning involves a member of the Multnomah faculty living in student housing. Currently, Rob and Leslie Hildebrand live in the community of on-campus housing with our students.
Other Housing Options
We offer resources and alternate housing options for Doctor of Ministry students, those taking a summer semester, and commuter students.
D.Min. students are eligible for short-term summer housing on campus during the summer intensives.
- Full kitchen access
- Furnished room
- Access to lounges
- Access to Library
- If you are interested, please reach out to our Student Life Housing team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Housing for the summer is made available for single students who are currently living in campus housing and are planning to enroll and live on campus the following fall. Agreements are for the full summer. Partial summer housing agreements are only made for extenuating circumstances. Students may have to occupy a different housing space than they do during the academic year depending on availability and summer cleaning schedules.
Applications – You may apply for full-term Summer housing through your Living Arrangement Form.
Deadline – Summer housing applications are due April 15. Late applications are subject to limited availability and/or second priority for preferences.
Pricing – If you have any questions, contact the housing office for specific info (email@example.com). The price is for the full summer.
- 2 Bedroom: $2,950 per student
- 3 Bedroom: $2,725 per student
- 4 Bedroom $2,390 per student
Explore your housing options – For your convenience, here are a few links where you may find housing options. Multnomah University has no affiliation with the links provided.
“Living on campus means being plugged into the social heartbeat of the Multnomah community. It's where belonging grows naturally.”Shane Meyer, Assistant Dean of Leadership Development and Community Life
The Multnomah Experience
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