Welcome home to NDSU Residence Life. After you have been formally admitted to NDSU, your next step is to apply for on-campus housing. Applications for residence halls go live on October 3, 2022. Apartment applications are open now!
First-Year Students (Fall 2023)
You are encouraged to submit your housing application after admission to NDSU even if you have not made your final college choice at this time. Applying for housing does not formally commit you to NDSU.
Transfer Students (Fall 2023)
As a transfer student you are able to apply for a residence hall or an apartment. Learn more about their differences and all of NDSU's upper-division housing options.
First-Year and Transfer Students (Spring 2023)
Spring room assignments will be made the first full week in December. You will receive your assignment via NDSU email. It will also be posted within your housing portal.
Current NDSU Students
Residence Life is more than a first-year experience. Our upper division living offers a variety of housing options for your first year, through your college career.
Living on Campus
Live Closer: The convenience of living on campus can’t be beat, it simply makes life easier.
Live Connected: Friends, on-campus activities, campus resources, on-campus dining—living on campus keeps you connected to the things you care about.
Live Smarter: Students who live on campus have better grades than those who live off campus, and are more likely to graduate in four years.
Live Secure: Residence Halls and on-campus apartments have 24-hour keycard secure entrances, entrance security cameras, and 24/7 coverage by NDSU Police, professional housing staff and resident assistants.
Live Supported: Live next door to your friends, and surround yourself with professional support systems like campus staff, faculty and Student Success Programs.
Live Nourished: A variety of culinary options within walking distance means you don’t have to worry about finding something healthy and delicious.
Live Better: You will have more opportunities to get involved and grow your decision making, communication, cultural competence and problem solving skills. You’ll have resume-building experiences and be more prepared for life after graduation.