The Bloomington Community Welcomes You!

Northwestern Health Sciences University does not offer on-campus housing, however we are here to support and assist you through your pursuit of off-campus housing. Many people in the surrounding community have housing exclusively for our students, along with apartment complexes that offer discounted rates for those attending the University. The Twin Cities has a comprehensive metro transit system that frequently stops near campus for an easy commute from local houses or apartments. Here you will find a newsletter with updated housing listings, a local apartment guide and information to aid you in your search.

The following apartments may offer discounted rates and exclusive offers available to NWHSU students. Contact them directly for current offer availability.

Post a Housing Advertisement

To post an advertisement for housing, email admit@nwhealth.edu with the following details:

  • Description
  • Location
  • Amenities
  • Expenses – including utility information
  • Date location is available
  • Contact Information – name, phone number, and email required
  • The city of Bloomington requires that every dwelling unit being rented must have a rental license prior to renting. Please provide confirmation that your property is licensed when submitting a housing ad.

Food and housing resources

Students who are experiencing food and housing insecurities, interpersonal violence, warm clothing needs, or students who need guidance in addressing concerns with their landlord, can obtain assistance through the following organizations.

On Campus Resources:

NWHSU Food Pantry located in the Student Organization Center

Off Campus Resources:

Food assistance

Minnesota Food Help Line – 1-888-711-1151
This Help Line helps enroll people who qualify for SNAP (food stamps and food support) and helps callers find emergency food assistance close to their home.

Hunger Solutions – hungersolutions.org
Hunger Solutions works with both state and federal government to advance programs that tackle hunger on the large scale and with food banks and shelves to distribute food on the smaller scale. You can find a food pantry locator service on their website.

VEAP – veap.org
VEAP provides food, emergency financial assistance, transportation assistance and social services for residents of Bloomington, Richfield, and Edina.

Housing assistance

Twin Cities Housing Hotline – 1-888-234-1329
This is the place to start if you are looking for shelters and housing help in Hennepin, Ramsey, Dakota, Anoka, and Washington counties.

HOME Line Minnesota – 612-728-5767
HOME Line provides free and low-cost legal, organizing, education, and advocacy services so that tenants throughout Minnesota can solve their own rental housing problems. More information can be found at homelinemn.org.

Day One Emergency Shelter and Crisis Hotline – dayoneservices.org
Day One is a network of domestic violence, sexual assault community programs in Minnesota. Emergency housing assistance is also available.

Cornerstone Advocacy Services – cornerstonemn.org
Cornerstone is a network of domestic violence, sexual assault community programs in Minnesota and provides comprehensive services for victims/survivors experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking and exploitation and general crime victim services. Emergency housing assistance is also available.

Voter Registration

Northwestern Health Sciences University encourages all students to vote! Your vote is your voice —get registered, get informed, go vote! For more information about how and where to vote, download our Voter Registration FAQs (PDF).