PLNU is primarily a residential campus, meaning most of our students live on campus.

Living in a residence hall can be a significant part of your time at PLNU. We see it as a challenging, rewarding way to live out our commitment to being a Christian community.

Each of our residence halls has a resident director (RD), a full-time staff person who lives and works in the hall. We also have a committed team of student resident assistants (RAs) who live and work in the hall as well.

A group of students and Nick Wolf, director of programs and operations, greet incoming students at NSO.
A group of students and Nick Wolf, director of programs and operations, greet incoming students at New Student Orientation.
Student leaders help people move into their rooms during New Student Orientation.
Student leaders help people move into their rooms during New Student Orientation.
Freshman students show off their room space in Nease Hall.
Each room provides students with a space to study, or take a break and relax.
Current PLNU students eagerly help new freshmen unload their car.
With this many eager PLNU student helpers, new students are moved in quickly.
nearly 70% of students live on campus each year
A freshman student moves into her new dorm room in Klassen Hall.
A freshman student moves into her room in Klassen Hall.
Two students study in their Nease Hall dorm room.
Res Life is committed to helping you as you make this place your own.

Residential Life at PLNU

 

Location and Hours

Nicholson Commons (Third Floor)
Main Campus

Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Contact Us

Office of Residential Life
reslife@pointloma.edu
(619) 849-2482

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