Residential Life

Goodwin University's Residential Life serves to enhance students' interpersonal and intellectual growth by creating safe and inclusive environments, creative programs and by fostering meaningful relationships. Living on campus can be such an important part of your educational experience as it provides you with a variety of rich opportunities. With on-campus housing available to full-time undergraduate students during the fall, spring and summer semesters, your growth takes place around the clock. Only a short walk from all main academic buildings, units are available in single-occupancy and double-occupancy with shared kitchen, bath, study and living areas. Living among other students provides opportunities to challenge yourself, learn deeply, develop friendships and discover new ways of thinking. We want you to make yourself at home at Goodwin University!

The opportunity to become a resident assistant (RA) is also available to you. Resident assistants are integral to the operation of our residence halls; and therefore, fill a variety of roles ranging from friend and resource to programmer and peer advisor.

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Residential Campus Life

Our residential life team works to provide a safe and secure living environment that encourages the personal and academic growth of all residents. With student clubs and organizations, intramural sports, events, trips, and activities throughout the year, there are countless opportunities for students to explore interests and make new friends.

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Eligibility Requirements

In order to qualify for housing, students must be registered for full-time classes (12 or more credits per semester) and have documented financial ability to cover the cost of housing. Housing is co-ed and available for students of all ages.

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Student housing units feature the following amenities:

  • Kitchen appliances
  • Furnished bedroom/living areas
  • High speed Wi-Fi
  • On-site laundry access

All units are smoke free and no pets are allowed.

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Housing Costs

Single Occupancy Room
(9'8" x 8'4")
$6,500 / 2 semesters

Double Occupancy Room
(11'7" x 11'6")
$4,500 / 2 semesters

Housing costs do not include a meal plan.

For more information, contact:

Bryton Ferris
Housing Coordinator