ROOM ASSIGNMENT INFORMATION
Incoming students who apply for 2018/2019 housing by January 15, 2018 will select their own housing assignment. More information on this process will be sent to those students in mid-January. Students who apply for housing after January 15 are guaranteed housing, but will receive their assignment (room and hall) from Residence Life.
Checking Your Housing Assignment
Below are the step by step screen shots for checking your housing assignment through Campus Connection:
Sometimes the student demand for housing is greater than the number of spaces we have to offer on campus. As such, we may utilize overflow spaces to accommodate our residents.
Knowing that the best educational environment for students is on campus, the first priority is to create and utilize additional bed spaces to house overflow students. In some halls, study lounges are converted to student rooms. In others, larger double rooms are converted to triples or larger triple rooms are converted to quads. In either case, the overflow spaces are secure (the door can be locked), and they provide most, if not all, the amenities that students would otherwise expect in a residence hall. The larger spaces in these rooms provide ample living room for the students "permanently" assigned to these spaces as well as the "overflow" students joining them until their permanent location becomes available.
Overflow students may check in on Saturday August 18, 2018 between 8am and 6pm at the Residence Life office in West Bison Court (1415 14th St N). We are located directly south of the football practice field off of University and 15th Ave.
Please note that all first year students are required to live on campus, so only upperclassmen may cancel a license agreement. However, overflow students who live within driving distance (35 miles or less) or have alternate housing options and prefer to commute until regular space is available, may cancel a license agreement to live on campus by contacting Residence Life Office. You may also contact Residence Life Office for more information about this option.
We are committed to housing all first year students and as many upperclassmen as possible, and we appreciate your support with this process. Please contact the Residence Life Office at 1-800-572-8840 or 701-231-7557 if you have questions regarding your housing arrangement for Fall 2018. We are pleased you are attending NDSU and hope you enjoy the remainder of the summer.
Frequently Asked Questions
More questions? Check out our FAQs.
North Dakota State University is fully committed to equal opportunity in educational programs and activities, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex (gender), disability, age, Vietnam Era Veterans status, sexual orientation, or status with regard to marriage or public assistance. The Department of Residence Life supports this commitment and will not make room assignments or changes contrary to this policy. Our students share living areas and are roommates with individuals who may have different life experiences and backgrounds. We are not asking that students change, but that they come with an open mind and are accepting of individual differences.