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Apply for housing at NDSU

Apply for housing
Incoming NDSU first-year students can apply now to choose their residence hall. Priority is determined by application date - the sooner you apply, the better the chances of getting the hall and room of your choice.

It’s time to apply for housing if you will be a freshman at NDSU in the fall.

Incoming NDSU students can select their residence hall room in March through the online room self-selection process. Priority is determined by application date — the sooner you apply for housing, the better your chances of getting the hall and room of your choice.

“Our room selection process is unique because it gives students full control over their housing arrangements,” said Jason Medders, Residence Life associate director. “They get to choose not only their roommate, but also their hall and room. It puts students in the driver's seat, and offers higher satisfaction of the first-year experience,”

Tara Ferkinhoff, assistant director of marketing in the Department of Residence Life and Dining, said, “You can go online and select your room, similar to how you would select a seat on an airplane.”

There is building excitement for students who will be coming to the NDSU campus this fall.

“As a local student, I’m choosing to live on campus because I like the convenience of being close to my classes, and I am a big fan of the meal plan,” said Lance Nostrum, an incoming freshman from Fargo.

“I'm so excited to start at NDSU this fall,” said Jillian McMahon, an incoming freshman from West Fargo. “Growing up in Fargo area, the campus already feels like home – it's the perfect college for me. I can't wait to move in to one of the beautiful residence halls and start living the independent life of a college student.”

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Last Updated: Tuesday, February 07, 2023 10:13:07 AM
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