Living on Campus
Bridge Program students live in on-campus housing at Radford University.
We believe students enrolled in the Bridge Program will be most successful by building relationships that are encouraged through on-campus residential communities.
There are slight variations in the academic calendar between Radford University and New River Community College. These differences will have minimal impact on the living arrangments for Bridge students.
During Radford University breaks, public transportation, including transportation to NRCC, will continue to operate on a regular schedule. Foodservice, although scaled back in offerings and hours of operation, remains in service to meet the needs of Bridge students, international students and athletes who typically remain on campus during breaks.
The 2021-2022 housing application opens on February 1, 2021. The application is available to students who have paid their enrollment deposit.
Students participating in the Bridge program are required to live in University operated housing while in the program and will be required to follow the Radford University Residential Boarding Policy. The semesters that a student lives on campus while in the Bridge program will count towards meeting the Boarding Policy requirements. The Residential Boarding Policy States:
All first time, first semester students under the age of 21 are required to live in Radford University operated housing for at least four consecutive full semesters.
Move-in for the 2021-2020 academic year will be by appointment. Students will receive their housing assignment, roommate information and instructions for scheduling a move-in appointment to their Radford email on or before July 30. If you do not receive an email, contact the Office of Housing and Residential Life at 540-831-5375 or email@example.com.