Apartments and Houses
Get a strong taste of independence and exercise your creative, college-budget-decorating skills in North Park’s on-campus apartments and houses. These unfurnished abodes are in the heart of campus, with easy access to community activity and are in high demand.
The University owns a variety of houses and apartment buildings used for campus housing in the surrounding neighborhood.
Apartments and houses are all 2- to 8-person occupancies (one gender per apartment or house), and students select who their roommates will be when applying for these residences.
Residences are unfurnished (other than beds and large kitchen appliances), giving students the opportunity to bring their own style and personality to their living space.
The majority of apartment and house residents choose to prepare their own meals with their roommates, and only eat in the dining hall occasionally.
Most residences offer some outdoor space, whether it's a back porch or stairwell landing, or a full yard.
Many campus houses have ample living space to create peaceful study corners, well-lit lounges, or a breakfast nook.
Many of the North Park residences were once private homes and apartments, and we've retained many of their classic architectural features.
Wherever possible, we've updated appliances and finishes to provide a high-quality, modern living experience for students.
Thanks to both architecture and student creativity, no two campus residences are exactly alike, and the possibilities for personalization are endless.
- Upper-grade men and women
- 87 apartments, 2- to 5-person occupancy in each
- 9 houses, 5- to 8-person occupancy in each
- Resident Advisors throughout the buildings
- Resident Director shared by all buildings
- Most apartments and houses on Carmen and Spaulding avenues
- Furnished only with beds, stoves, and refrigerators
- Most require shared bedrooms
- Each has its own kitchen, bathroom, living area, and bedroom(s)
- Building entries secured by electronic lock and apartment keys
- Laundry rooms in the basement of buildings
Please note that no dressers, desks, or other furnishings are provided in apartments and houses. Our students are up to the challenge of personalizing their living spaces, and no two are the same!
Check out exterior photos of each of our campus apartments and houses.
Although many apartment residents opt to prepare meals in their kitchens, they are welcome to purchase a meal plan or a punch card through Aramark. In addition, all in campus-owned apartments and houses have the benefit of two meals per week in the dining hall included in their housing fees.