- Near 15th Avenue North and Albrecht Boulevard
- For men and women (first-year students only)
- Four "houses" with men and women on separate floors
- Two double rooms share a common foyer with shower and toilet facilities
- Limited single rooms
- 24-hour computer cluster on lower level of dining center
- Connected to West Dining Center by tunnels (meal plan required for all residents)
- New lounge furniture - 2010
- New mattresses - 2011
- Standard metal beds
- Mailing address information
Seim Hall, floors 8 and 9 comprise the Wellness Community, in which residents focus on all dimensions of wellness. Community members also pledge to abstain from alcohol and tobacco use, both on and off campus. More information about the Wellness Community and other learning environments may be found here.
To see a rendering of a sample student room in Seim, please click below:
Floor plan for Seim double room.
Floor plan for Seim single room.
Seim Hall History
Seim Hall (originally the West High Rise) was built in 1972 as the third in a series of nine-story high rise buildings. It housed 293 male and female students in two-story subdivisions alternating between seventy men and seventy women. The West High Rise was renamed Seim Hall in 1984 to honor Norm Seim, NDSU's Housing Director for twenty-two years.
Seim was originally from Pelican Rapids, Minnesota. He entered Moorhead State College in 1941 and earned a two-year teaching degree. Seim enlisted in the U. S. Army after the 1941-42 school year. He served for three years in the Southwest Pacific where he earned a commission as Second Lieutenant. In 1946, Seim enrolled at NDAC and graduated in the winter of 1949-50 with a degree in industrial engineering. In 1962, he became Director of Housing at NDSU. He retired in 1984 after twenty-two years of service to NDSU (It's Happening at State, June 27, 1984, p. 7-8).