Graduate students are now able to live on campus at Concordia University Ann Arbor!
Housing is available in a limited capacity for both male and female CUAA graduate students. Graduate women will be housed in David Hall (four maximum) and graduate men will be housed in a house on East Campus (three maximum).
“Concordia’s campus is an idyllic location in Ann Arbor,” said Dean of Students John Rathje. “There are many conveniences and benefits of living among our residential community, including easy access to study spaces, food, and connections on campus. This option could potentially be a great blessing to some of our graduate students.”
For the same rate as undergraduate double occupancy housing ($5,704), graduate students have single occupancy rooms, and share a bathroom with one other graduate student. All graduate students living on campus must have a meal plan.
Interested in living on campus?
Interested graduate students will have a conversation with Dean of Students John Rathje about living on campus and agreeing to live by the Code of Student Conduct. Click here for a virtual tour of a CUAA residential suite.
For more information or to register for a room, contact Resident Director Gabriel Farr.
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