Resort-Style Residence Hall

Take college life to the next level with a premier living experience at Rolling Hills that features apartments with resort-style amenities.

Relax, study, and play in an outdoor oasis featuring a six-foot-deep, walk-in pool with a rock waterfall feature, an outdoor pool house with a large-screen television, a meandering outdoor patio, and a pavilion with tropical landscaping.

Live on your own in a studio-style, single-room apartment or share your apartment with friends in a quad suite with four single bedrooms. Whichever layout you choose, you’ll have a space to make your own while still being connected to your residential community.

Fast Facts

Amenities

  • Married Housing Available
  • Full Kitchen
  • Laundry (1st Floor)
  • Elevators (3)
  • Furnished (Twin XL bed or queen in studio apartments)
  • Full Visitation
  • Cable TV
  • Wireless Internet
  • Gated Parking
  • 24/7 Security

Rolling Hills Costs

All rates include unlimited laundry, NSU-secured wireless internet, furnishings, utilities, air conditioning, cable TV, and local telephone service. All housing and declining plan rates and configurations are subject to change.

Room Types
Description Semester Costs
Rolling Hills A
1 Bedroom
1-bedroom apartment
$8,170
Studio
1-bed studio apartment for 1 student
$6,695
Studio
2-bed studio apartment for 2 students
$4,687
Rolling Hills C
Studio
1-bed studio apartments for 1 student
$7,545
Small Studio
1-bed studio apartment for 1 student
$7,066
4 Bedroom (A&D Large)
2-bedroom apartment, 1 student per bedroom
$4,481
4 Bedroom (B&C)
4-bedroom apartment, 1 student per bedroom
$4,378

Meal Plan Requirement

As an on-campus resident, you will automatically be enrolled in one of two Declining Balance (DB) meal plans each semester. Apartments with full kitchens require a lower Declining Balance plan than those without— such as Leo Goodwin Sr. and The Commons.

Note: Your Account Billing Statement will list your meal plan as Declining Balance.

What is Declining Balance?

All students living in on-campus housing are enrolled in a mandatory declining balance (DB) meal plan for the Fall and Winter semesters.

Your Declining Balance plan is loaded onto your Shark Card and works like a debit card that can be used at any on-campus Shark Dining location. All DB meal plan transactions are tax-free and any remaining balance at the end of the Fall Semester will roll over to the Winter Semester. Any remaining balance at the end of the Winter Semester will expire, and no longer be available.

Learn More about Shark Dining

Floor Plans

rolling hills small studio floor plan

Small Studio

Studio apartment for one student
floor plans for studio

Rolling Hills C Studio

Studio apartment for one student
floor plans for four bedrooms

4 Bedrooms

Four-bedroom apartment with one student per bedroom

Find Your Place. Meet Your People.

When you live on campus, everything at NSU is within your reach. NSU is more than attending lectures, taking notes, and studying in the library. Explore and expand your interests in any combination of ways, including:

  • Joining clubs and organizations.
  • Attending athletic and performing arts events.
  • Visiting museums.
  • Spending an afternoon at the beach.

Explore Student Life

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