of being a teacher.
I never dreamed
of being an astronaut,
an artist, or movie
star. I dreamed
of being a nurse.
Exciting Opportunity for Mount Carmel College of Nursing Students!
- Live on campus, minutes from class and clinicals
- Beautiful, apartment style living
- Each unit fully furnished with modern amenities
Living on-campus is a significant part of the College experience. Through collaborative relationship with Oakwood Management Company, apartment style living is available to Mount Carmel College of Nursing students—adjacent to the College. The apartments combine convenient location, modern amenities, and social opportunities.
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 classmates to socialize and study with.
MCCN 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.
Provided at no extra charge in each apartment:
- A living room with sofa, chairs, and end tables
- A dining area with table and chairs
- A kitchen with refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher and garbage disposal
- Laundry room with washer/dryer
- Two bedrooms with two beds, two desks, and two dressers per room
- Two full bathrooms
- Blinds on all windows
- Central air-conditioning
- Time Warner cable television
- Security system
- Wireless internet capabilities
Conveniently available nearby:
- Computer Room/Group Study Area located in Holy Cross Hall
- Community Room, Yoga Room and Exercise Room located in Angela Hall
- Free parking in the Mount Carmel parking garage
- Access to exercise facility, Rec Room, Study Lounge and Mount Carmel Health Sciences Library during designated hours
Residents can individualize their unit with personal items:
- Bed linens and pillows
- Towels and washcloths
- Dishes, pots, and pans
- Decorative items
2014 Guide To On-Campus Living
Cost of living in the Student Residence Hall is $500 per student per month.*
Required Residence Living
First year (Fall Semester) undergraduate pre-licensure full-time and part-time students who live outside a 35-mile radius and full-time and part-time sohomores living in residence as of April 30 of the previous academic year are required to live on campus.
A deposit of $200 is required and will be refunded once resident has completely moved out of the apartments and a housing walk through and condition report has been completed.
Ten or 12 month agreements are available.
Heat, water and electric utilities are included in the rent.
Cable and internet is included. Internet ready. A phone jack is in each apartment.
Each student will receive a comprehensive Residence Hall Handbook outlining policies and procedures and will be required to sign a statement indicating they have read and understand the contents of the book.
You may request your own or have the College select based on availability.
Residents may park in the garage adjacent to the Residence Halls.
Available at Mount Carmel East, West, and St. Ann’s campus cafeterias.
Safety and Security
Each unit comes equipped 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 three resident advisors (RAs) per Residence Hall.
Campus Activities and Events
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 on-campus housing opportunity, submit your application as soon as possible as housing is limited. Don’t miss out on the benefits of proximity to classes and classmates.
* Fees subject to change
Contact Colleen Cipriani, Director of Student Life, at 614-234-5828 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.