Through a collaborative relationship with Oakwood Management Company, apartment style living adjacent to the College is available to students. Imagine being just a few minutes walk from class and the library; a short drive to restaurants, activities, and events in downtown Columbus; and surrounded by fellow classmates. Mount Carmel students who reside in the apartments have a unique advantage in that every one of them is studying nursing—there is always someone around who can help you find the answer to your question and help you study for upcoming exams.
Located adjacent to the College, the apartments house a total of 144 students in suite style living.
Cost of living in the apartment is $500* per student per month.
All first year undergraduate pre-licensure full-time and part-time students who live outside a 35-mile radius are required to live on campus their freshmen and sophomore years.
A deposit of $200 is required when a student submits an apartment application. The deposit will be refunded when the student moves out minus any charges for damages.
10 or 12 month agreements are available.
Heat, water and electric utilities are included in the rent.
Cable is included. Internet ready. A phone jack is in each apartment.
Each student will receive a comprehensive handbook outlining policies and procedures and will be required to sign a statement indicating they have read and understand the contents of the book.
Residents may park in the garage adjacent to the apartments.
Each unit comes with a security system. Students may request an escort from hospital Safety and Security after hours. Blue phones are located at several locations on campus including outside of the Residence Halls.
There will be two resident advisors (RAs) per apartment building. There is 24/7 RA coverage.
Call 234-5800 M-F, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., to report any repair needs. After hours, inform the RA of any issues.
Many activities and events are scheduled throughout the year for Mount Carmel students. Students are encouraged to become involved in a variety of activities, as it is an important part of the College experience.
To take advantage of this exciting opportunity, submit your application as soon as possible. On campus/apartment living opportunities are limited. Don't miss out on the benefits of proximity to classes and classmates.
Contact Colleen Cipriani, Director of Student Life, at 614-234-5828 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
* Fees are subject to change.