Presentation on theme: "GRAD LIFE AT NORTHWESTERN Part 1: Where we live Part 2: How we have fun."— Presentation transcript:
GRAD LIFE AT NORTHWESTERN Part 1: Where we live Part 2: How we have fun
Housing Options Engelhart and Seabury – Grad Dorms Evanston Apartments Chicago Apartments
Downtown Evanston South(ish) Evanston Hotel Ridge and Noyes Tech & Cook El Stops Grocery Stores Engelhart Seabury
Engelhart Information Online Rates: 1 Bedroom single: $1100/month Twin Studio: $822/month All utilities (heat, electric, cable, internet, etc.) included One BedroomTwin Studio
Engelhart General Information Apartments furnished Parking available ($78/month) Frequent activities: floor parties, cookouts, cooking and dance classes, trips to malls, shows, etc. Storage area provided, large laundry facility, playground for children, study rooms available ½ block from El Near to downtown Evanston and campus
Evanston Apartments Lots of people live in Evanston, especially around El stops and NU shuttle stops – fairly easy to get downtown. Beneficial to live in Evanston your first 2 years because its easier to get to classes and campus. May be quieter/cleaner than Chicago – more of a suburban feel.
Chicago Apartments Students live in many Chicago neighborhoods. Benefit of living in a lively area, close to lots of entertainment, restaurants, the arts, etc. Students usually take intercampus shuttle, El train, or drive to campus. Annual campus parking pass: $501 Shuttle and El are free with NU ID and UPass Ryan field lot (need to take shuttle in): $25