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North is community.

The welcoming, supportive, creative spirit at NVU isn’t restricted to academics. The student life experience on our Lyndon and Johnson campuses is unique to each campus community. Who you live and eat with — the time you spend hanging out with friends and the ideas you share at meals — have a big impact on your college years and lead to great memories.

Both campuses have a variety of housing and dining options for different living preferences and dietary needs. We have substance-free living areas, suite-style options, and housing options for students with families.

Sodexo runs our dining services programs at both campuses and accommodates special dietary needs. You’ll find a range of meal options, from comfort food to vegetarian and vegan options.

Learn more about what you can expect as a resident and diner on each of our campuses by exploring the campus-based living and dining pages.

Dining at NVU During COVID-19

Sodexo and NVU have made some changes to the dining experience on our campuses to promote the health and safety of our community during COVID-19. Be sure to read through Sodexo’s “NVU Dining–What to Expect.” And, register for BITE, Sodexo’s mobile app. To learn more specifically about how Sodexo is approaching COVID-19 on each of our campuses, visit the specifc campus information below.