There’s a wonderful world ahead for all new residential participants.
We are excited to welcome new students into a university residential community! At HMHS CU we feel the full-time Freshman and Sophomore student benefits from living on-campus and socializing outside the classroom with their classmates.
Close proximity to campus resources affords resident students the opportunity to become easily involved in campus activities. Resident students also tend to be more satisfied with their college experience, and are more likely to graduate.
Student housing, on-campus, is for undergraduate students (ages start at 17) enrolled in the traditional program.
All full-time freshmen and sophomores (under 54 credit hours) are required to live on-campus & the tuition is cheaper than the off-campus resident tuition.
A student may have an exemption to live off-campus nearby with a parent/legal guardian, however, the tuition will be higher than the on-campus resident tuition.
Student Apartments are for Juniors and Seniors living facilities.
Cost for Housing
Both student residential halls and student apartments start about $5, 672/semester. Refer to all expenses listed on the page below.
The Student Residential Halls for Freshmen & Sophomores
All student residential halls look like the pictured above. They have laundry rooms on each floor. The residential halls share a swimming pool.
The 4 female residential halls are as follows: Maple, Oak, Cypress & Pine Halls; and the 3 male residential halls: Juniper, Fig & Palm Halls.
Some apartments which are for Juniors & Seniors, the Redwood Apartments, look similar to the residential halls as pictured above. However, they have the option supplying their own washer/dryer in the apartment or doing laundry in the laundry room which is available on each floor.
All student residential halls and apartments are as follows:
They are 4 Stories High with balconies.
The floor plans include: Living and Dining Areas, Kitchen and Balcony and internet, cable TV & telephone jacks. Dual pane windows with mini blinds in bedrooms and 2″ faux wood horizontal blinds in the living room with sliding patio door.
Bedrooms Include: Bed, Desk, Nightstand, Pedestal Mobile Drawers, Stack of Draws & closet for each resident.
There are 3 floor plans to choose from, as in the picture above, ranging in sizes are from 1020 to 1225 sq. ft. You can choose from single or double occupancy – refer to price chart on the page below.
Mailboxes are located in the Lobby.
The Redwood and the Dogwood Apartments are for Juniors & Seniors
The Dogwood Apartments with pictures above have the option of supplying their own washer/dryer in the apartment (on the balcony) or there is a laundry room available at the Meeting House.
As stated above the apartments include: Living and Dining Areas, Kitchen and Balcony and internet, cable TV & telephone jacks. Dual pane windows with mini blinds in bedrooms and 2″ faux wood horizontal blinds in the living room with sliding patio door.
Bedrooms Include: Bed, Desk, Nightstand, Pedestal Mobile Drawers, Stack of Draws & closet for each resident. You can choose from single or double occupancy – refer to price chart on the page below.
Mailboxes are located at the Meeting House.
The Redwood Apartments and Dogwood Apartments share a swimming pool.
The following are examples of possible furnishings:
Here’s a map of the University Community, in general (some campuses vary) – Includes Student, Administrators, Faculty & Staff Residential Housing Site Plan:
University Homes – 1225 sq ft to 2200 sq ft
Single Family Homes
The Remington Model (Duplex Home) & The Cornerstone Model (Duplex Home)
The Wilmington Model (Duplex Home)
4 stories high with balconies. 2, 3 & 4 bedroom apartments to choose from, refer to floor plans above. Includes: Living and Dining Areas, Kitchen with washer/dryers in utility room. Bedrooms Include: Bed, Desk, Nightstand, Chest of Drawers & closet.
The Olive has additional amenities are as follows:
Swimming pool. Washer/dryers. A Meeting House.
Mailboxes are located on the 1st floor near the Lounge, or Lobby.
Summary of Expenses for One Semester for Full-Time Student, On-campus living:
|Room and Board||Double||Single||Single with private bath|
Additional Cost for Books, Supplies & Campus Fees, approximately $1500 per semester.
Tuition for full-time student living off-campus is $9000/academic year.
|Academic Year – Housing & Tuition||In-state: approx. $15000 & Out-of-state: $20000|
Apply for HMHS CU Residential Community
Make your choice and fill out the form on this page (Housing Application), ASAP, and reserve you spot with $100 housing reservation deposit. Or if your a student living with parents or legal guardian off campus near by, request the email@example.com . The off-campus student pays a higher tuition. Talk to a Housing Advisor, because it might be better to live on-campus.
The housing reservation deposit is refundable if your cancellation is sent by email (slife@HMHSCU.org) by July 15th, for those applying for the Fall semester and December 15th, for those applying for the Spring semester.
Once we receive your application and $100 deposit, we’ll assign you to a space.
Living in HMHS Carielian University residential community is a wonderful experience.
Submit the following Form:
Inquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will assign the rooms, ASAP, so that you’ll move into your new home for the academic year immediately. Congratulations!
University Dining Hall & Meal Plans Memberships
Students, Administrators & Faculty are encouraged to have meals on a regular basis which is why the University Dining Hall provides great meals for those with a prepaid membership.
For a prepaid Meal Plan Membership apply at Meal Plans .