Andrews University is located in the beautiful southwest Michigan on a 1,600 acre campus along the St. Joseph River. Our campus includes twenty-six instructional buildings, four residence halls, four apartment complexes, extensive lighted outdoor sporting facilities, an astronomy observatory, a dairy farm, a performing arts center, an airpark and more.
On campus housing
Most University-owned housing is booked well in advance, so it’s to your advantage to plan ahead. University Apartments and University Towers are designated for graduate students and families.
Here are a few resources we hope will help you settle comfortably into life on campus.
To apply for university housing, submit the Family & Graduate Housing Application.
Off campus housing
Graduate students have the option to live on or off campus. Here are a few resources we hope will help you settle comfortably into our community.
- Off campus housing list (apartment complexes within the Berrien Springs area)
- Andrews agenda (search our classifieds section within the University News)
The village of Berrien Springs has elementary, middle and secondary schools located on and near campus. Here are a few resources we hope will help you settle your family comfortably into our community.
- Crayon Box (child care)
- Ruth Murdoch Elementary School
- Andrews Academy
- Village Adventist Elementary School
- Berrien Springs Public Schools
Students coming to Andrews University may work in student job positions in various campus locations such as the Library, Dining Services, Hospitality services, Dairy farm, Arboretum/Grounds, Academic Departments, Administrative Offices, etc.
You can find regularly updated job postings at Student Employment.
If you are an International student please remember that employment is regulated by the U.S government. To learn more visit the International Students section.
Graduate Student Association
The Andrews University Graduate Student Association sponsors social, spiritual, and scholarly activities and may be involved in development of university policies that affect graduate students. For more information please visit the Graduate Student Association page.
Frequently Asked Questions
When am I expected to be on campus?
- Most students are required to be here a couple of days before school starts for orientation, while others may need to be here a week in advance to take placement exams. You may contact your academic advisor if you have questions.
What is the immunization form?
- New on campus students use this form to provide a record of the required and recommended immunizations. Students must submit the form, signed by a physician, before school starts. Download Immunization Form
How do I get my ID card?
- Once you complete financial clearance you can obtain your ID card at the Record Office on the second floor of the administration building.
- Where do I buy my books?