Stockbridge is more than just a building, it is a community where residents respect one another, and support each other as they navigate this uncharted territory we call college. The Hall Director along with the Resident Assistants strive to make a positive impact, help students overcome obstacles, and help build connections and community. We hope that residents will get involved in Hall Government so that they can continue to put on amazing events like Leaf Bowl (Flag Football vs. Churchill), Super Smash Bros. Tournament, Super Bowl Party, March Madness, and End of the Year grill out.
- Located on the east edge of campus, Stockbridge Hall
- Traditional residence hall for first year males
- Spacious double rooms with study desks, bunks beds, and built-in dressers and closets
- All rooms are carpeted
- Two lounge spaces, including a large air-conditioned TV lounge and an activities room with billiards, foosball and ping-pong
- Large, newly renovated community bathrooms with privatized bathroom stalls and showers; Handicap accessible gender neutral bathrooms
- Community kitchen complete with stove and oven, toaster, microwave, and sink
- Coinless laundry in lower level (basement)
- Hall office with items that can be checked out, including but not limited to: Xbox, Wii U, N64, cooking supplies, board games, vacuum, cleaning supplies, ping-pong supplies, billiard supplies
- Vending machines in the lower level (basement) available 24 hours a day
- Meal plan required for all residents
- Home to 225 students
- Bed and Linen Information
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, daily newspaper service, 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.
Doubles: $2,310 Fall; $1,890 Spring; $4,200 Total
Super Singles: $2,695 Fall; $2,205 Spring; $4,900 Total
*Rates are for the 2022/2023 academic year.
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 Format||Shipping via FedEx, UPS, etc.|
|Student Name||Student Name|
|Room Number Stockbridge Hall||Room Number Stockbridge Hall|
|PO Box 5378||1420 University Drive North|
|Fargo, ND 58105-5378||Fargo, ND 58102|
Phone: (701) 231-3234
Hi everyone! My name is Justin Owen, and I am the Stockbridge Hall Director. I use He/Him/His pronouns. I became an alumnus of Northwest Missouri State University as of May 2022, with a bachelor's degree in Cybersecurity. I moved to Fargo and joined NDSU Residence Life in May of 2022, as well! I love music, video games, comic books, hanging out with others, exercising, and exploring new things! My time in Fargo has been an interesting one for sure. I’m still getting lost! It’s a bigger city than I thought and it’s full of so many things! Overall, I love the city and campus life.
I'm very excited to be here and work with everyone! I want to help everyone feel welcome, empowered, and excited to be a Bison! I want to create a better space for all Bison and make them feel like they are at their home away from home! I hope we all have an amazing year and I look forward to seeing you on campus!
Room Renderings / Floor Plans
In 1955 the State Legislature and the State Bank of North Dakota approved a $600,000 loan to the University for the construction of a new men's residence building. The building was completed in March 1957 and was ready for students the following year. The new residence hall housed 250 men--two men per room. Each room was furnished with two single beds, a chest of drawers and a built-in wardrobe as well as providing both occupants with their own study area (Fargo Forum December 16, 1955; NDAC Alumni Review, March 1957, p. 3).
The new building was a three-story structure measuring 410 feet by 60 feet. The first floor was, perhaps, the most attractive as it contained a furnished lounge with a television viewing area. It also housed the residence hall office and a private room for conferences or parental visits. A completely furnished guest room with a bathroom was also located on the first floor. The manager's apartment complete with a dinette, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom was located on the first floor. The basement contained a large recreation room and a large storage room for the students' luggage. The remaining floors were reserved for student rooms.
The new men's residence was named Stockbridge Hall in honor of the University's first president, Horace E. Stockbridge. Stockbridge was born in 1857 in Hadley, Massachusetts. He attended the Massachusetts Agricultural College and Goettingen University in Germany. He returned to the United States as an associate professor of chemistry at the Massachusetts Agricultural College before leaving to accept a position at the Imperial College of Agriculture and Engineering in Japan. Stockbridge left Japan in 1889 and came to the North Dakota Agricultural College in 1890 to serve as its first president, at the age of thirty-three. He resigned in 1893 and went to Florida State University where he was a professor of agriculture until 1906. Dr. Stockbridge died in 1930.