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Residence Hall Living
Residence hall living is regarded as an important aspect of the Christian academic community, which Olivet Nazarene University seeks to foster. It is for educational and developmental reasons that nonmarried students under the age of 23 who are enrolled for seven hours or more per semester are required to live in University residence halls and participate in a board plan. The exception includes students living with an immediate family member or who have completed eight semesters of college.
Students enrolled for five or fewer hours, or who are 23 years of age or older, are not permitted to live in the residence halls, unless prior permission is granted.
Nonmarried summer school students under the age of 23 and enrolled for six hours (summer session I and II inclusive) are required to live in University residence halls, unless prior permission is granted.
Nonstudents are not normally permitted to live in residence halls and must always obtain permission from the Associate Dean of Student Development to do so. A board plan is optional for nonresident students. Married or previously married students are not permitted to live in University residence halls without prior permission.