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We can’t wait to have you on campus. There are a variety of things for you to take care of before you arrive. Click on the different items below to get you on your way.

1. Sign up for housing & meals

See your campus living options. Please note the townhouses and group living options are not available in Winter Term. Single rooms are limited and assigned as needed.

Winter 2018 residence hall pricing:

  • Traditional Double Room: $2,034.50

Students living on campus are required to have a meal plan. Please note, the prices listed are for the full year.

Complete the Housing & Meal Plan Agreement. Return to residential life via email, fax 715-682-1879, or mail to Northland College, Attn: Residential Life, 1411 Ellis Avenue, Ashland, WI 54806.

Residential halls are open beginning at 10 a.m. on January 6, 2018. The Residential Life Office will contact you directly to schedule a move-in date/time once your completed Housing & Meal Plan Agreement has been received. If you have questions email residential life or call 715-682-1272.

2. Get REGISTered FOR CLASSES

You have the option to register in person or by phone. Review the registration materials to get you started.

3. Complete your HEALTH FORMS

All first-year and transfer students are required to submit health forms.

4. Pay Your BILL

Tuition payment arrangements for the Winter Term must be completed by December 15. Click to access your bill and forms.

5. Participate in ORIENTATION

The first few days can prove to be some of the most important of your college experience so we try to make these as exciting, informative, and unique as possible. Call 715-682-1823 or email Orientation Coordinator Lucas Will with any questions.

The Northland College winter orientation program has four components:

  • Date TBD | Taking Care of Business
    Meet the orientation coordinator in the orientation office (PCC room 207) between 8-8:30 a.m. to pick up materials and complete the on-campus orientation.
  • Date TBD | Outdoor Experience
    Immediately following Taking Care of Business, new students attending the Outdoor Experience will meet student trip leaders and depart for Forest Lodge for a day and 1/2 off-campus orientation. This experience is available to all incoming students but only required for all first-year students and for transfer students with fewer than 24 transfer credits. Register Here.

  • Date TBD | Advisor Meeting
    Check your orientation materials when you arrive on campus for time and location.
  • Winter Term | First Year Experience (FYE)
    Making a smooth transition into college is an important step in achieving success. The First Year Experience Course will help you settle into Northland life.