Forms and Publications
Break Housing Request Form: Residence halls are not open during semester/holiday/spring breaks. Learn more, and complete the form to remain in your hall over a break.
Discipline Record Release: Students, complete this form to allow Residence Life to discuss discipline-related issues with your parent/s.
Exemption Request Form: Incoming, first-year students are required to live on campus. Complete this form if you qualify for exemptions to this policy.
Residence Halls License Agreement: 2023-2024 Terms and Conditions | 2024-2025 Terms and Conditions
Room/Space Reservation Request Form: Any individual or group wanting to reserve Cater Hall's reservable spaces, Pavek volleyball court, Niskanen Community Center or a MLLC classroom must complete this form two weeks in advance of your event. By submitting this request, you are agreeing to the Room Reservation Policies and Procedures. Questions about this process can be emailed to NDSU-RESLIFE-RESERVATIONS@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU .
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Campaigning/Advertising Policies and Procedures: Please fully read and follow the policies and procedures for the distribution of materials in the residence halls and apartments.
- Mailbox Stuffers: Mailbox stuffers are not allowed in NDSU residence halls.
- Posters: Organizations and departments may deliver posters to the Department of Residence Life office for approval and distribution.
Qty allowed: 16 for halls; 18 for apartments.
Code of Student Conduct: Rights and Responsibilities of Community: A Code of Student Conduct is the document that sets forth expectations of student behavior at NDSU. Students who need to complete a release form in order for Residence Life staff to discuss discipline incidents with parents may download the form here.
FACM Inclusive Map: NDSU's inclusive campus map provides locations for gender-neutral bathrooms, family rooms and lactation rooms.
NDSU Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Resource Guide: North Dakota State University is committed to providing a safe, healthy, and nondiscriminatory learning, living, and working environment for all members of its University community that is free from sex and/or gender discrimination of any kind. There are MANY RESOURCES AVAILABLE to provide support and information, both on campus and in the community. This document serves as a written guide about the rights, resources, and reporting options for students, staff, and faculty available both at NDSU and in the Fargo Moorhead community.
Residence Life and Dining Handbook: One of NDSU's policy and procedures documents for residence hall and apartment students.