Housing assignments are made based on application received date. The assignment process for Fall 2014 has begun. All first year students with an application date prior to February 15, 2014 have been assigned.
Once an assignment is made, an email will be sent to the address listed at time of application. Additionally, a post card will be mailed to the permanent address.
Room Assignment Information
Don't have a housing assignment yet? Don't worry. It will be visible online as soon as it's made.
All first year students are required to live in an NDSU residence hall, and are guaranteed housing. We will house as many upperclassmen and transfer students as possible, but cannot guarantee housing for these individuals, due to space limitations.
North Dakota State University is fully committed to equal opportunity in educational programs and activities, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex (gender), disability, age, Vietnam Era Veterans status, sexual orientation, or status with regard to marriage or public assistance. The Department of Residence Life supports this commitment and will not make room assignments or changes contrary to this policy. Our students share living areas and are roommates with individuals who may have different life experiences and backgrounds. We are not asking that students change, but that they come with an open mind and are accepting of individual differences.
Visit these pages to gather additional information about the Residence Hall rooms at North Dakota State University.
More information about:
- Things you SHOULD bring
- Things you CAN bring
- Items available to you in your residence hall
- Things to leave at home
More information about specific bed configurations such as:
- Medium Loft*
- Churchill, LLC West, Reed and Johnson Halls
- Junior Loft*
- Dinan, LLC East, Niskanen, and Stockbridge Halls
- Standard Oak Bed*
- Burgum, and Weible Halls
- Standard Metal Bunk Bed Set*
- Pavek Hall
- Standard Metal Beds*
- Seim, Sevrinson, and Thompson Halls
- CSI Loft System Information
*Please note that regardless of bed type, all mattress sizes are XL Twin.
Find the answers to common inquiries such as:
- How are rooms assigned?
- What if my roommate cancels?
- How can I make a room change?
- What is a triple/quad room?
- What is overflow housing?
- Can I cancel my license agreement?
- What is my new mailing address?
- When do I pay my bill for room and board?
- What about hall dues?