NDSU has 13 residence halls that offer a variety of positive living environments. For a general description of the halls and their features, click on the name of the desired hall below. Click here to view our first-year student room facts sheet.
|Traditional, Low-Rise Halls||Suite-Style, High-Rise Halls||Apartment-Style Halls|
|Burgum Hall||Seim Hall||Niskanen Hall|
|Churchill Hall||Sevrinson Hall||Mathew Living Learning Center|
|Dinan Hall||Pavek Hall|
|Reed/Johnson Halls||Thompson Hall|
|Stockbridge Hall||Cater Hall|
Frequently Asked Questions
Learn more about living on campus by reviewing some of the most frequently asked questions.
Bed & Linen Information
Each hall has specific mattress sizes, lofting systems, and custom linen options.
Amenities and Features
Every hall has its own unique amenities and features, but all halls offer the following: printing stations, onsite mail, coinless laundry, cleaning supplies, cable and free video streaming services, rec lounges, study lounges, community kitchen, wifi, hall office with games/videos/entertainment options, and secure keyless card entrances.
Rates for the upcoming year are posted in March. View rates for residence halls and apartments here.
If you will be a freshman next fall (2020-2021), and you applied for housing by March 2, you will select your hall and room via the Room Self-Selection Process in March, 2020.
Want to live with other students who have similar interests or majors? Learning Communities are groups of students who live together in our high rises and develop tight-knit friendships through shared academic or personal goals. Each community is different, but all offer the opportunity to make fast friends and attend activities and events, all while helping you achieve goals important to you.
On-Campus Living Requirement
Because living on campus increases the chance that students will achieve academic and personal success, all first year students are required to live in a residence hall on campus. Click to learn more or request an exemption.
All requests for accessibility or other accommodation needs should be sent to Disability Services. They will work with our department to determine appropriate housing arrangements.
There are many ways to match up with a roommate - choose what's right for you!