in a Concordia residence hall is available to full-time students. Cable
and wireless network are included in the cost. Local phone is also
service through Sodexo is included in the room and board charge.
Student Housing Applications
New students (incoming freshman and transfer)
can submit a housing application and a $125 deposit through the Admission
Office. The Residence Life Manager will notify the student of his/her
room and roommate assignment. As stated in the Housing Agreement:
In accordance with University policy, first and second year students are
required to live in university-owned housing. First- and second-year is
defined as the first and second full-time academic year in which the student
enrolls. PSEO does not count towards full-time enrollment. A
petition form must be filled out by any first- or second-year student not
wishing to live on-campus. Exceptions to this policy include enrollment
in less than 12 credits, living with parent/guardian, 21+ years of age,
married, or having children. The petition form is located on the
Residence Life webpage.
attending summer sessions and requiring campus housing should contact Heidi
Goettl, Residence Life Manager. (651) 641-8704 or email@example.com. Students do not have to
take summer classes to be eligible for summer housing. Summer housing is
provided in the RLC.
University and our food service partner Sodexo Campus Services strive to
provide a healthy variety of food to meet a diverse student bodies’ varied
tastes and dietary requirements. Students are also able to participate in
student-led committees to help shape the type of menu that Sodexo offers on a
Living on campus requires participation in Concordia’s room and board
program. Section 4 of our Housing Agreement specifically addresses this
4. Term of Agreement. The housing
agreement is for the academic year, fall and spring semester, or balance
thereof and for the summer following. Room and board charges include a
meal plan through the University’s food service, Sodexo. A meal plan is
not included during the summer.
housing agreement also specifies that students are not able to “opt out” of
certain areas based on preference:
6. Personal preference, taste and economic status
are not criteria for modifying this agreement. These issues are addressed
through the Student Policies Committee, the Food Committee and the Financial
Aid office. The resident remains bound by this agreement for charges
until a modification has been approved in writing.
If a student has a documented medical disability that cannot be accommodated by
our food service provider, a release from the plan would be considered if
verified as a documented disability by Disability Services. To request a
release from the meal plan due to a health issue please contact Disability
Melissa Fletcher, M.A.,CT/I-III
Director of Disability Services
Melissa can make you or your student aware of the process and determine the
type of documentation that is required and create an accommodation plan.