Nine-story high-rise building
- Located near 15th Avenue North and Albrecht Boulevard
- Traditional residence hall for first year men and women
- Two double rooms share a common foyer with shower and toilet facilities
- Limited number of single rooms
- 24-hour computer lounge located on the lower level of the dining center
- Connected to the West Dining Center via tunneling system
- Lounge furniture located on all lounges
- Meal plan required for all residents
- Bed and Linen Information
Home to the Engineering and Business Communities
Sevrinson is home of the Engineering Community, which offers a special living environment to students with majors in the College of Engineering. Sevrinson is also home to the Business Community, which offers a special living environment for students in the College of Business. More information about the Engineering and Business Communities, as well as other special living environments, may be found here.
|USPS Mailing Format||Shipping via FedEx, UPS, etc.|
|Student Name||Student Name|
|Room Number Sevrinson Hall||Room Number Sevrinson Hall|
|PO Box 5438||1422 Albrecht Blvd|
|Fargo, ND 58105-5438||Fargo, ND 58102|
Photos / Renderings / Floor Plans
* Please note that Sevrinson suites only have one sink.
Floor plan for Sevrinson single room.
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.