Weible Hall is home to more than 350 first-year and upper-classmen women. One of the most amazing parts of Weible is the strong, family-oriented atmosphere that is promoted by the community-style living spaces. Other great features include the enclosed walkway to the Residence Dining Center and the newly developed RJ/Weible Courtyard. North Weible has been fully renovated with new bathrooms, bedrooms, and community areas. South Weible also has fully renovated bathrooms.
South Weible Rooms
- South Weible offers doubles and limited triple rooms; super singles are available when space allows and are reserved for upperclassmen.
- First-floor rooms are carpeted; second and third-floor rooms have polished tile.
- Rooms come with built-in desks, desk chairs, and huge wardrobes.
- Bed, Loft and Linen Information
North Weible Rooms
- North Weible offers doubles and limited triple rooms.
- Rooms are carpeted.
- All furniture is moveable; furniture includes beds, side tables, desks, desk chairs and wardrobes.
North and South Weible offer fully renovated bathrooms with privatized stalls and showers on each floor. Gender neutral bathrooms are located in the basement lounges and beside the hall office.
- Study/social lounges on every floor.
- Main Weible lounge is located across from the hall office. It is air-conditioned and includes a printer, TV, couches, study tables and a grand piano.
- Large rec rooms in both the North and South Weible basements.
- Three full kitchenettes located in the North and South basements, and adjacent to the main lounge.
- Two coinless washers and dryers on every floor in North and South
- Vending machines located between North and South
- Newly renovated in 2021, the RJ/Weible Courtyard features hammocks, bean bag toss, and tables.
Amenities and Features
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.
Hall Office Check Out Items
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: $2,420 Fall; $1,980 Spring; $4,400 Total
Super Singles: $2,805 Fall; $2,295 Spring; $5,100 Total
Rates are for the 2023/2024 academic year. Super singles are not available in North Weible.
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
Room Number North or South Weible Hall
PO Box 5408
Fargo, ND 58105-5408
Shipping via FedEx, UPS, Etc.
Room Number North (or South) Weible Hall
1420 14th St N (use 1410 for South Weible)
Fargo, ND 58102
Phone: (701) 231-3240
Hello Bison! My name is Brenna Dullum (she/her/hers) and I am the Hall Director for Weible Hall. I graduated from NDSU with a bachelor's in political science. I grew up on a farm just outside of Gardner ND, which is about 20 miles north of Fargo. I was raised watching Bison football and still am a fan today. I also enjoy reading, painting, and just being outdoors.
I also lived in Weible my first year on campus and made some great connections, friends, and memories here. I am excited to help my students all have great experiences here, as well. If you ever need anything or just want to chat, my door is open, and I would love to see you!
Weible Hall, located north of Sudro Hall, opened in the fall of 1963 as a female residence hall. The rooms were designed for double or triple occupants and all rooms had built in desks. During the homecoming festivities of 1963, the building was dedicated as Mary Darrow Weible Hall in honor of Mary Weible, a member of the Class of 1904.
Mary Darrow Weible was a woman who played a prominent role in public health, civic, and cultural activities of the Fargo-Moorhead area. During the women's suffrage movement, Mrs. Weible promoted the Fargo appearance of the English suffragette Sylvia Parkhurst and organized the Votes for Women group in North Dakota. She aided in organizing the first community lecture series, helped to establish English classes for non-English-speaking residents, and was instrumental in surveying social conditions, appointing the first police matron, establishing the first free kindergarten, and visiting nurse program. In 1960, Mrs. Weible was chosen to receive the annual NDSU Alumni Achievement Award. She died on March 4, 1965 in Fargo.