- Located next to the Memorial Union and Ceres Hall
- Traditional residence hall for first year women
- Newly renovated community bathrooms with privatized bathroom stalls and showers on every floor; handicap accessible gender neutral bathrooms on every floor
- Spacious double rooms with two desks, two chairs and built in closets
- Large lounge on first floor with TV, full size kitchen, and vending machine
- Study lounges on the second and third floor
- Centralized, coinless laundry located on the lower level
- Meal plan required for all residents
- 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.
|USPS Mailing Format||Shipping via UPS, FedEx, etc.|
|Student Name||Student Name|
|Room Number Dinan Hall||Room Number Dinan Hall|
|PO Box 5455||1337 Administration Ave|
|Fargo, ND 58105-5455|
Fargo, ND 58102
Room Floor Plans and Renderings
To relieve the pressure of additional housing on campus a new women's residence hall was built in 1954. The completed structure was a three-story building that housed 164 women in double room assignments. The first floor contained the room of the Head Resident, a lounge, two guest rooms, a kitchenette and pressing room, and resident rooms. The second and third floors contained the resident rooms as well as a kitchenette, a pressing room and a study room (NDAC Catalog 1956-1957, p. 41).
In 1957, the Women's Residence Hall was renamed Dinan Hall in honor of Pearl Dinan, Professor of English and Dean of Women. Dean Dinan came to the Agricultural College in 1910, after receiving her bachelor's degree in English from the University of Wisconsin, and was appointed Instructor in English. In 1926, she received her master's degree from Columbia and was made Professor of English and appointed Dean of Women.