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Residence Life & Student Conduct
"Better Community. Better Individuals. Better Communities."
The NCU Residence Life Staff strives to create comfortable living and learning communities. Through the development of better communities, individual growth will occur which will encourage students to invest in future communities. Residents will be challenged to integrate faith and experience with social and personal responsibility to present and future communities.
North Central University is primarily a residential campus. Research suggests that students who live on-campus receive higher grades and are more likely to complete their undergraduate degree. The goal of the Residence Life staff is to provide a comfortable living/learning environment that will promote personal growth as well as encourage academic achievement.
Each Residence Hall is staffed with a full-time, professional Resident Director (RD). RDs provide oversight and supervision to their respective residence halls. RDs are available to their residents to assist with mentoring, prayer and support.
Each Residence Hall floor is staffed with a part-time, para-professional Resident Advisor (RA). RAs are upperclassmen who work under the guidance of the RDs to provide students with discipleship and friendship.
Working along with the RAs are Discipleship Leaders (DLs). DLs assist the RAs in creating an atmosphere of Christian community through weekly discipleship meetings called LifeCore!. DLs are also available for prayer and mentoring.
The Residence Life office is housed in the Student Development office.
- Apartment Utilities
- Commuter Programming
- Student Conduct
- Housing Placement
- Meal Plans
- On-Campus Community
ContactOur office is housed in Student Development on the first floor of Miller Hall.
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