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Residence Life


An Introduction to Residence Halls at NDSU

Living on campus increases the chance that students will achieve academic and personal success. Several studies on the effects of residence hall living have been conducted throughout the United States which demonstrate the importance of living on campus. A summary of this research (Pascarella and Terenzini, 2005) points toward the following positive effects of living in the residence halls during one's college years:

  • Enhanced effort and involvement in academic, social, and extracurricular activities
  • Greater personal growth and development
  • Increased openness to diversity
  • More involvement with other students, faculty, and the institution as a whole
  • Increased satisfaction with the college experience
  • Increased likelihood to persist in college and graduate

Residence Halls

NDSU currently has 12 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, or in the column to the left.

Low Rise Halls
Burgum Hall

Churchill Hall

Dinan Hall

Stockbridge Hall

High Rise Complex
Seim Hall

Sevrinson Hall

Pavek Hall
Thompson Hall

Reed/Johnson/Weible Complex
Reed/Johnson Halls

Weible Hall

Upper Division Halls
Niskanen Hall
Mathew Living Learning Center


For information about the particular type of bed in each hall, click here.

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North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-7557 / Fax: (701) 231-7599
Campus address: Bison Court West 
Physical/delivery address: 1415 14th St N, Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 3430 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Page manager: Department of Residence Life

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