Campus housing at NMCC includes Andrews Hall, Snow Hall and a series of apartments. Andrews Hall houses 101 students in both two-person and one-person rooms equipped with single beds, chests of drawers and desks. The apartments, housing 100, are designed for four students and have fully equipped kitchens, furnished living rooms (including TV hookup), two bedrooms and a bathroom. Snow Hall houses 45 students in five-person suites with furnished living rooms (including TV hookup), three bedrooms and a bathroom. A meeting room provides space for a variety of social, recreational and educational programs. Students living in Andrews and Snow Halls must purchase a 19- or 14-meal plan. Students living in the apartments are required to purchase, at minimum, a special declining balance account meal plan, allowing them access to either the cafeteria or snack bar. Priority for apartment housing is extended to seniors.
Students may purchase campus housing on a space available basis by contacting the director of housing and residential life, who maintains a waiting list for housing availability.
Students living on campus must abide by the Student Code of Conduct, as explained in the Student Handbook, and the individual housing contracts agreed to when signed by both the student and the college. Violations may result in termination of the contract.