Sevrinson Hall

Sevrinson Hall is your go-to hall for Bison pride! We are home to many student athletes, both current and past (including Carson Wentz). But more importantly, we support one another and bleed gold and green! NDSU is more than just its athletics – being a part of the herd means being supported and feeling like you’re at home whenever you’re amongst other Bison. All of that is exactly what you can expect by calling Sevrinson your new home.  

  • Located on the corner of 15th Avenue North and Albrecht Boulevard
  • Nine-story, high-rise residence hall 
  • Two double rooms share a common foyer with shower and toilet facilities (foyer cleaned regularly by custodial staff)
  • All rooms and foyers have tile floors, all lounges have carpet
  • Limited number of single rooms
  • Every two floors constitute a house, with the even floor having a lounge and study room, and the odd floor having another study room and a balcony that overlooks the lounge space. These houses are intentionally built to be one cohesive community.
  • Main lounge on first floor includes a brand new HDTV, lounge seating, ping pong table, foosball table, and pool table
  • Main study lounge on first floor with a moveable whiteboard and tables
  • Vending machines on first floor
  • Coinless laundry on each floor
  • Kitchenette and lounge in basement
  • Tunnel access to the West Dining Center, a 24-hour computer cluster, and the ACE Tutoring Center 
  • Meal plan required for all residents 
  • Co-ed Living: Suites in Sevrinson Hall are single gender, but floors are mixed gender
  • Bed and Linen Information

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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, secure keyless card entrances, and a hall office where individuals can check out various games/videos/entertainment/rec equipment. 

Each hall also has a full-time hall director and student resident assistants (RAs) who support learning, facilitate community development, and are dedicated to students' security, safety and well-being. 

Rates 

Doubles: $2,406 (fall); $1,969 (spring); $4,375 (total)
E Rooms: $2,530 (fall); $2,070 (spring); $4,600 (total)

*Rates are for the 2020/2021 academic year. 

Home to the Engineering Leadership Community

Sevrinson is home to the Engineering Leadership Community, which offers a special living environment to students with majors in the College of Engineering.

Mailing Information

Mail: Mail that can fit into a mailbox will be delivered to the hall.

Packages: NDSU Bookstore inside the Memorial Union supports in-person package delivery. After a package is dropped off on campus, it will take a day to be sorted and delivered to the bookstore. Students will get an email and/or a text alert when packages are available for pickup. Even though packages are picked-up by students at the Bookstore, please use their Residence Hall mailing address (below).

USPS Mailing FormatShipping via FedEx, UPS, etc.
Student NameStudent Name
Room Number Sevrinson HallRoom Number Sevrinson Hall
PO Box 54381422 Albrecht Blvd
Fargo, ND 58105-5438Fargo, ND 58102
Hall Director

Joshua Schroetter
Phone: (701) 231-3238
Email: Joshua.Schroetter@ndsu.edu 

Hi everyone! My name is Joshua Schroetter (but you can call me Shwa) and I am the Sevrinson Hall Director here at NDSU! I was born and raised in a little town called Lime Springs, which can only be found if you are lost in cornfields of the northeast part of Iowa. I did my undergraduate and graduate work at Iowa State University before coming to NDSU to work full-time! This will be my fourth year at NDSU. I spent three years as the Niskanen Hall Director, and this year will be my first year at Sevrinson. While I hope I get to know all of my residents and that they will get to know me, here are a few fun facts to get you started! Some of my favorite things are running, technology, Packers football, and playing video games. 

One of the best things about being a Hall Director is getting to meet the most amazing students who are interested in making an impact on those around them. At the end of each year, students have grown to be like family to me and I am beyond humbled to see them succeed and change the lives of those around them. They work hard to make sure that their hall is a better place for current and future residents. Ultimately, this is why I work as a Hall Director at NDSU. I believe the students here have amazing potential and can do much to shape the lives of those around them. I love meeting and supporting residents, helping them to reach their goals and discover their passions. 

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History

Sevrinson Hall was one of the two high-rises to be built on the NDSU campus in 1967 as part of the "Gemini Project." The "Gemini Project" was the construction of two identical high-rises (the other being Thompson Hall). The high-rise is a nine-story structure that houses 272 students.

In 1969, the high-rise was named Sevrinson Hall in honor of Charles Sevrinson, Dean of Students from 1948 to 1964. Sevrinson was born on May 6, 1898 at Reynolds, North Dakota. He graduated from Mayville State Teachers College in 1921. Sevrinson later attended the University of North Dakota earning a bachelor's degree in 1924 and a master's degree in 1930.

Sevrinson began his educational career as a one-room school teacher before becoming the superintendent at Reynolds, North Dakota and the junior high school principal at Williston, North Dakota. In 1928, he came to the NDAC as an instructor in history. In 1938, Sevrinson rose to the rank of Professor of Education, Dean of Men and Assistant to the President. In 1948, he was made Dean of Students. Sevrinson held this position until his retirement in 1964. He died in 1986.

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