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Welcome Home to St. Norbert College

As you begin to think about moving to college, you’re probably excited and maybe a little anxious. Which hall will I be in? What will my room look like? Will I get along with my roommate? What should I bring to campus?

We understand … and we’re here to answer your questions and help your transition to college life be a smooth one. We think you’ll find your years living at St. Norbert to be engaging and rewarding.

New Student Living Options
You have four residence hall options as a first-year student — Bergstrom Hall, Burke Hall, Madelaine/Lorraine Hall and the all-female Sensenbrenner Hall. You’ll find floor plans for each of the halls and information on the furnishings we provide. Some rooms will come with lofts, or you can order one. 

Your Home Away From Home
We begin processing new-student housing applications (on-campus instructions, commuter instructions) in the middle of June. We’ll individually review your application, then make your housing assignment based on the date we receive your enrollment deposit, followed by hall preference, roommate preference, smoking preferences, personal interests and lifestyle preferences. So the sooner you commit to SNC and submit your deposit, the better your chance of getting your first choice for housing. We’ll send your housing assignment to your SNC email beginning in late July.

Lots of Questions
You may have questions about what to bring, storage availability, parking, laundry facilities, mailing address, your meal plan and much more. We’ve tried to answer those questions and more throughout this site, but if you have questions you can’t find the answer to, let us know and we’ll answer them personally.