Housing & Dining Services

Next to choosing the right classes, the most important college decision you'll make is selecting the living setup that best fits your personality and lifestyle. Take time to check out all your options before making a decision.

Residence Halls

Northwest's five residence halls and two apartment complexes can house nearly 900 students and family members.


Trapper Village Main
Trapper Village Main is a 5 apartment complex available directly on campus, and features many benefits.

Trapper Village West
Trapper Village West is our apartment complex on the west campus one mile from main campus.

Dining Options

Dining facilities on campus:

Find the right meal plan to fit your lifestyle.

Our Staff

In alphabetical order by first name
Name Title Phone
Christopher Dugger Interim Residence Life Coordinator 307-754-6205
Dee Havig Residence and Campus Life Director 307-754-6412
Jennifer Skinner Interim Residence Life Coordinator 307-754-6162
Kristie Sullivan Residence and Conference Specialist 307-754-6165
Vernon Ward Interim Residence Life Specialist 307-754-6161


  1. Choose a residence hall (or apartment for married students and families)
  2. Decide on a meal plan
  3. Skim our Frequently Asked Questions or email the Housing Office
  4. Download and read the Housing License Agreement & Contract
  5. Complete the Housing Contract and mail it (along with your deposit) to us
  6. Learn about What to Bring and What to Leave Home
  7. Check out all the action and opportunities for you at NWC

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