No matter which campus you choose -- the picture-perfect collegiate environment of the Florham Campus, in Morris County, or the faster-paced, professionally-oriented Metropolitan Campus, in Teaneck -- you'll find housing, dining and recreational options suited for every student's preferences.
The residence halls play a critical role in campus life. For students who live on campus, the majority of time is spent within the residence halls, and that experience contributes to the overall education and development of the student.
The residence life office supports the academic mission of the University by providing on-campus housing that emphasizes an on-campus environment that fosters the total growth of the student.
The residence life staff is responsible for the coordination of all aspects of oncampus living: room assignment, roommate negotiation, residence hall discipline and regular residence hall programming. Resident assistants are trained and assigned to help students create the best possible living environment.
Each campus' Student Handbook, which includes rules, regulations and helpful information necessary for campus living, is provided to students at check-in and is available from the Dean of Students Offices.
Park Avenue Residence Hall: The Park Avenue Residence Hall contains 73 four-person apartments. Each apartment has a kitchen with an apartment-size stove and refrigerator, along with a furnished living room and two furnished bedrooms. Each bedroom has its own bathroom. All bedrooms are double occupancy.
Apartments are climate controlled. Laundry and trash facilities are located on each floor near the elevators. The building also has 24-hour quiet areas. Lounges and common rooms are available throughout the building. The building has been designated for upperclassmen only.
Rutherford Hall: Named after the University’s first campus, Rutherford Hall is a 300-bed residence hall which opened its doors in 2003. Rutherford Hall houses upperclassmen in double bedrooms with a private bath. All rooms are climate controlled. Laundry, vending and trash facilities are located near the elevator on each floor. All floors have a common lounge, and there is one central kitchen area in the building for student use.
Twombly Halls: Florence and Hamilton Twombly Halls are traditional residence halls that provide double- and triple-room occupancy and a common hall bathroom facility. Both buildings are used to house freshman residents.
The Village: The Village is composed of nine buildings and primarily is used to house upperclassmen. These buildings consist of four-, six- and eight-personsuites. All suites, with the exception of those in Wilder and Danforth Halls, have a common living room and bathroom and two or three bedrooms. Wilder and Danforth Hall suites have a bathroom and four bedrooms and have been designated primarily for freshmen. The Village residence halls are coed by suite.
Also available is special-interest housing that permits students to become involved in a total learning/living experience.
Linden Complex: The eight three-story halls are close to the Student Union Building. Each Linden building accommodates 50 to 66 residents in air-conditioned, six-student, same-sex suites. Each furnished suite has a common living area with a cable television outlet in each bedroom and suite. Each bedroom has LAN access, and each building is staffed with two resident assistants.
Northpointe: This 300-bed, hotel-style hall features double bedrooms, each with one bathroom for two students. Mailboxes and one common kitchen for student use are available on site. Housing is available 365 days a year in this building, located next to the Fitness Center.
University Court: This 11-building complex consists of small residences, each having a common living area equipped with a microwave oven and television with cable, four bathrooms and several double and triple bedrooms. Some buildings are equipped with a shared kitchen.
Visit the residence life offices to learn more about all the living options available at FDU: