Exterior photo of A. Glenn Hill Center overlooking Churchill Field.
Completed in 2020, Aldevron Tower gives students access to the latest in health profession technology, lab spaces, and resources.
In the spring and summer months, the Babbling Brook lives up to its name when water bubbles through “buffalo-rubbed” quartzite.
Barry Hall is located in Downtown Fargo, which allows for lots of unique and exciting opportunities for our studenst!
Burgum Hall is named after the first female student at NDSU and is now a single-gender, first-year housing option for NDSU students.
Within Cater Hall, students can find 8 community lounges, 10 conversation nooks, 10 study spaces with floor-to-ceiling views, and 10 tech’d out huddle rooms.
Located on the first level in Ceres Hall, the Office of Admission helps you begin your NDSU journey with campus visits, application assistance, and more.
Churchill Hall overlooks Churchill Field, a place you can regularly see students sunbathing, playing spike ball, flag football, or, during the winter months, having snowball fights.
Beds in Dinan Hall are self-lofting, so you can rearrange your room to fit your and your roommates needs.
The Engineering Complex at NDSU is located in the center of campus, making it conveniently close to residence halls, dining centers, the Memorial Union, and more key buildings.
The library provides students lots of space to relax and study both inside and out! Inside, students can get math support from our Math Emporium and outside students are able to relax in the sun while they study.
The Memorial Union provides a plethora of options for students to find a quiet study space, hang out in Thundar's Game Room, or grab a quick bit to eat!
Minard Hall is known as one of the most artistic buildings on campus, offering students a variety of study spaces and classrooms. Home to two different academic colleges, students are able to meet and interact with a variety of students both within and outside of their own academic interests.
Interested in grad school? Putnam Hall is the home for Graduate Studies!
You don't have to be a theatre major to be able to perform onstage!
Renaissance Hall is located in Downtown Fargo and provides lots of large studio spaces for our students to create in!
With several options to choose from, you're sure to find something tasty at the Residence Dining Center!
A 5,700-seat basketball and wrestling arena and an eight-lane indoor track are just some of the highlights found within the SHAC.
Stockbridge is more than just a building, it is a community where residents respect one another, and support each other as they navigate this uncharted territory we call college.
Climb to new heights at our rock-climbing wall located in the center of our Wellness Center!
The Aquatic Facility, located in the Wallman Wellness Center, includes a lap pool, leisure pool and hot tub, wet classroom, locker rooms (men’s, women’s, and gender-neutral), a sauna, and fire pit.
Take a seat and share your meal along the wall of windows in West Dining Center!
If you fancy a game of basketball or volleyball, you can find courts right outside of Reed. If you’d like to just enjoy the outdoors a bit, look no further than the Courtyard!
Weible Residence Hall is centrally-located on campus and is connected to Residence Dining Center.
Located in Seim Hall, the Wellness Community focuses on multiple dimensions of wellness. Community members pledge to abstain from alcohol, tobacco, and drug use, both on and off campus, as one way to stay focused on their well being.
Thompson Hall is home to the Health Professions Learning Community. Learning Communities combine living with learning and allows for students to make connections within their college.
Sevrinson Hall is home to the Engineering Leadership Community. This community provides first year engineering students an advanced leadership program by living and learning together.
While Gate City Bank Auditorium only houses a lecture hall space, it is connected to the nearby Stevens Hall.
An outside image of Sugihara Hall!
Little International is a fun event put on by our agriculture departments that allow students to get hands-on experience showing livestock!
Askanase Hall is home to Theatre NDSU and contains two theater spaces: Askanase Auditorium and the Walsh Studio Theatre.
Have a horse you would like to bring with you to NDSU? Full time NDSU students can board horses at the Equine Center.
As a Land Grant institution, NDSU is committed to providing research and education both on-campus and through agriculture extension centers in every county in North Dakota.
Crop and Weed Sciences, Biological Sciences, Horticulture, and many other academic disciplines use the greenhouse spaces at NDSU.
Take a seat at one of the many seating areas within the MLLCs and study with you fellow peers!
Part of upperclassman housing options, Apartment 1701 give you all the independence of apartment-living with the convenience of NDSU, on-campus housing.
Bison Court is one of four apartment complexes NDSU students can live in after their first year on campus.
The Niskanen Halls provide a wide range of living arrangements, so you'll be able to find a place that meets your requirements to become your home!
Niskanen Expansion offers one-, two-, and three-bedroom options for students to choose from!
University Village offers tons of outdoor space for students to study outside, have picnics, and enjoy the sun!
Head over to the Quentin Burdick Building and star on homework using one of their many computers!
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry has access to several state of the art labs and has a variety of research opportunities available to students within their programs.
The A. Glenn Hill Center offers state-of-the-art lab spaces to enhance hands-on learning in a variety of STEM fields.
The newly built Aldevron Tower includes a state-of-the-art concept pharmacy fully stocked with both over-the-counter and prescription-only medications, allowing pharmacy students to become familiar and gain experience with both.
Graduates of the NDSU Nursing program are prepared to work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, schools, community agencies, the military, and more.
There is no bad side: the Bison Statue is the most photographed spot on campus, for good reason!
A variety of academic programs in the College of Human Sciences and Education are located in E. Morrow Lebedeff Hall.
The Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse contains the Air Force ROTC and Army ROTC offices; lab spaces for Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Science; and a gymnasium.
The Harry D. McGovern Alumni Center hosts events and is also where you can find the offices for the NDSU Alumni Association and Development Foundation.
Student organizations give students the ability to meet students with similar interests and gain critical soft skills. Here, the Bison Pullers organization has students building engines for tractors.
Students at NDSU have free student tickets to regular-season Bison Athletic events, making them an great way to get connected to the Bison community and have fun!
Students in electrical and computer engineering get to apply what they learn during lecture to hands-on experiences like creating their own circuit boards and projects!
Civil engineers positively impact everyday life by designing solutions for society’s infrastructure and the environment.
Students in Construction Management are prepared to maximize profit in a highly competitive market by efficiently using people, materials, and other resources to complete projects. As part of the degree, students will receive a minor in Business Administration.
Ehly Hall houses classrooms, a wide variety of specific lab spaces, and a library that students use in the College of Engineering.
In addition to a degree in Mechanical Engineering, students in the program can choose to minor in Robotics, Biomedical Engineering, or Coatings and Polymeric Materials to enhance their degree.
Harris Hall houses the Cereal Science & Food Technology Department and the USDA Hard Red Spring and Durum Wheat Quality Laboratory.
The mission of the NDSU Department of Animal Sciences is to generate and share knowledge about the health and welfare of animals, the products they produce, and the roles they play in improving human lives.
Klai Hall features studios, classrooms, a model shop, computer lab, laser cutter facilities and library for the Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
The FLC houses the Center for 4-H Youth Development, several education programs, unique lab spaces, and more!
Founded as an agricultural college, NDSU remains committed to its roots and provides exemplary education to students interested in becoming future farmers and ag leaders.
The cornerstone was laid in 1891 and tradition has it that at the dedication no flag was available, so a student made a makeshift pennant with a pair of overalls.
Did you know President Bresciani lives on campus?
The walk-ways outside of South Engineering include lots of greenspace to hang out and meet with friends!
Students in geology classes get to partake in learning with the Augmented Reality Sandbox to create terrains of their own!
Sudro Hall features some standard classrooms and also larger lecture halls to provide students lots of learning environments!
Students are able to grow their own plants and study all the aspects of what yields a healthy crop.
Head on over to One Stop if you have any questions! Staff will be available and waiting to help you find the answers you need.
Pavek Hall is connected via tunnels to the West Dining Center, a 24-hour computer cluster, and ACE Tutoring.
Each building in the Engineering Complex is connected, giving students the opportunity to collaborate across departments.
Need a quick bite to eat? Head on down to the Union Dining Center!
Van Es hall houses lots of lecture spaces and unique labs for many of our students.
Active learning classrooms allow students to interact with their classwork, peers, and faculty more than in a traditional-style classroom space.
With it's large windows and comfy chairs, the A. Glenn Hill Center is a favorite place to study and work on group assignments.
A student and professor examine the results of an experiment from a biology lab in the A. Glenn Hill Center.
Interactive classrooms and labs give NDSU students the ability to get hands-on with their coursework, while also growing their understanding of subjects through discussions with their peers and professors.
The Agriculture and Biosystems Engineering program at NDSU prepares students for a diverse set of careers, including machine and processing systems. Students work closely with their peers and faculty to gain hands-on knowledge of a quickly changing industry.
Keeping students at the front of the industry, the School of Agriculture utilizes drone technology to precisely analyze fields to save farmers time and resources.
Ever wondered how to build a new tomato? Ag and Biosystems Engineering students take classes in food processing and engineering, creating more nutritious and resilient crops.
Students who graduate from the NDSU Pharmacy program enter into a varied job market, and often work in community and hospital pharmacies, drug research, or as consultants.
The NDSU School of Pharmacy engages in new and exciting research, in areas including cancer, wound treatment and care, and offsetting the opioid epidemic.
The School of Pharmacy offers a six-year professional program leading to a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree from an accredited institution.
Each year, the NDSU Department of Animal Sciences hosts Moos, Ewes, and More, an exciting opportunity to learn more about animal-based agriculture.
NDSU’s School of Nursing is in the top 100 nursing schools in the country, among the top 40 public nursing schools in the US, and in the top 8 schools in the Plains states.
A nursing skills laboratory, assessment lab, and simulation center are maintained at both BSN program sites, in Fargo and Bismarck, ND.
Within Aldevron Tower, students enjoy comfortable lounge and study spaces that optimize learning and collaboration.
Faculty members in the NDSU School of Nursing are experts in their areas and assist students with learning in class, labs, and clinical settings.
The concept pharmacy within Aldevron Tower gives Pharmacy students the chance to practice with up-to-date technology in class before entering the workforce.
Combining fitness and fun, the leisure pool within the Aquatic Center has a vortex circle, hot tub, lounge spaces, basketball and volleyball nets, and a fire pit.
Enhance your workout at the Wallman Wellness Center by taking laps in our six-lane, 25-yard lap pool.
The Wellness Center offers intramural sports and GroupFIT classes specific to the aquatic center, like canoe battleship, paddleboard yoga, and more.
Taking the classroom outdoors, many classes use the Babbling Brook’s auditorium space to give lectures.
Located just outside the Memorial Union, the Babbling Brook is a beautiful spot for relaxation and studying.
The NDSU sheep flock in Fargo is composed of purebred Hampshire, Columbia and Katahdin ewes, as well as commercial Whiteface ewes.
Started in 1890, the NDSU beef herd supports NDSU’s mission of research, outreach, and teaching by providing high-quality cattle for those purposes.
Located on the north side of campus, Bison Court Apartments offer independent living with all the conveniences of on-campus living.
Winter or summer, spring or fall, the Bison Statue is picturesque in any season.
Commemorate your time at NDSU by taking a photo with family at the Bison Statue for graduation.
President Bresciani can be seen around campus and throwing up his horns for the occasional photo op.
Participate in the NDSU Residence Life Cute Room Contest and you could win cash for your excellent decoration skills.
Afraid of meeting new people in college? Living on campus your first year at NDSU makes it easy to make lifelong friends!
Cater provides a state-of-the-art living environment for NDSU students. Cater has two suite options, co-ed floors, central air, and tunnel access to the West Dining Center.
All NDSU Residence Halls at NDSU feature coinless laundry options for students.
Formerly a campus residence hall, Ceres Hall now hosts multiple different offices for student success, like the Career and Advising Center and Registration and Records.
Combining engineering and management skills, students in the Industrial Engineering and Management program are prepared to design systems and processes that improve the quality and productivity of an organization’s business activities.
Every year, NDSU Civil Engineering students compete in the AISC Student Steel Bridge Competition – a competition they’ve won the national championship to six times.
Work with engaged faculty members who are among the top in their profession and gain hands-on learning experiences as a Construction Engineering or Management student at NDSU.
The Department of Construction Management and Engineering maintains a computer lab, virtual reality lab, concrete and soils lab, and shared the geotechnical and surveying labs with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Dinan Hall is an ideal place to live: its central location gives students easy walking access to key on-campus buildings like the Memorial Union and A. Glenn Hill Center.
Mechanical Engineering prepares students for careers in the broadest amount of industries of any engineering program: students who graduate from NDSU work with biomedical devices, automobiles and aircraft, robotics, creating new materials, and more.
3D printing for NDSU students means more than just creating cool projects: researchers at NDSU are creating new materials that can be used in 3D printing, contributing to new strides in the field.
Students in the College of Engineering can gain hands-on experience (and earn a trophy or two) participating in one of many engineering-specific student organizations, like Bison Motorsports or Bison Robotics.
One of many labs in Ehly, the Electrical and Computer Engineering Bio-Medical Lab contains a cell culture room and walk-in freezer that fosters research within the department.
Every college at NDSU, including the College of Engineering, has faculty members who are among the best in their field and are dedicated to student success and learning.
Students in electrical and computer engineering get to work on small group projects that serve to help solve a problem in our current society. At the end of the project, they get to present it to their peers and faculty!
Join the Bison Robotics Team! Members will apply engineering knowledge and principles in a structured approach to design and build competitive robots.
Biomedical engineering is an emerging field, filled with exciting opportunities. Biomedical engineers combine their design and problem-solving skills with their knowledge of medical and biological sciences to advance health care treatments and make people's lives better.
Known throughout campus as the Oreo, Spaceship, or Yo-Yo, this uniquely-shaped engineering building houses the administrative offices for the college.
The NDSU Equine Center is situated on 14 acres of land within the North Dakota Horse Park and is the epicenter of the NDSU Equine Science Program.
In addition to a major in Equine Science, students can minor in Therapeutic Horsemanship, which focuses on equine assisted activities, therapies, and knowledge of disabilities.
The Equine Science program at NDSU includes coursework in equestrian styles, nutrition and physiology, selection and management of the horse enterprise.
In addition to a major and minor in Equine Science, students interested in horses can also join the Horsemen’s Association, Equestrian Team, or Rodeo Team.
In addition to being the home arena of the NDSU Bison Football team, the FargoDome hosts a number of events including concerts, plays, and craft shows.
While students show their Bison Pride year-round, never is it more obvious than in the student section of a Bison football game.
The NDSU Bison Football team is are 16-time, Division I, NCAA National Champions.
Students take many general education courses in Gate City Bank Auditorium, from biology and chemistry, to history and psychology.
As a research university, NDSU students of all levels – including undergraduate – are able to learn in top facilities alongside faculty members and researchers who are in the top of their field.
A room in the greenhouse belongs to the NDSU Horticulture and Forestry Club, and is used as a resource to help students learn propagation, greenhouse management, watering techniques, repotting, and also holds inventory for various plant sales.
The Greenhouse Complex at NDSU has research and education facilities for plant breeding, genetics, horticulture, entomology, plant pathology, plant nutrition, and other subjects.
While studying the lifespan of plants is important, students are also able to learn about plant care and upkeep.
One of the most notable additions is the Northern Crop Institute, which is attached to the building's south side. The purpose of the Institute is to "facilitate the international and domestic marketing of Upper Great Plains agricultural crops" and to teach "world food industry how to purchase, process and use the crops of North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Montana."
Classes are offered to a variety of people from the food industry such as pasta makers, bakers and commodity traders.
Harris Hall has full cereal processing capabilities, including a fully equipped bake laboratory, continuous bread-baking equipment, and dough testing.
The Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture values optimism, respect, sharing, engagement, and innovation between and among the members of its faculty, student body, administration and staff, in the studio environment, but also all other learning environments, both traditional and non-traditional.
From our state of the art facilities, to our student organizations and familial studio culture, and the surrounding community culture, the NDSU Department of Architecture offers a distinctive experience for students and faculty members alike.
Our state-of-the-art classrooms and design studios provide architectural inspiration of their own, located in the heart of historic downtown Fargo.
Did you know the NDSU Library houses over 1.1 million books?
The NDSU Library is home to computer labs that students can take a class in or utilize for their own homework and studying purposes!
The Center for Writers provides free writing support to NDSU students. A key component of t6he CFW is assisting writers in one-on-one sessions. They also provide writing courses, workshops, and a wealth of resources for writers and writing instructors.
Students are able to oversee entire vineyards and study what yeilds the best result by changing the way the plant grows, breeding for different total fruits per plant, and more!
Students have the option of completing a research thesis here at NDSU. This allows them to get hands on experience coming up with potential answers to questions they have.
The Matthew Living Learning Centers have plenty going on when you want to get out of your apartment, like grill outs in the court yard, craft nights in the lobby, and pizza and movie nights in the big classroom.
Eight new bowling lanes with automatic scoring allow for you to hang out and have fun with your friends and night of the week!
We have the most popular games that can be played on the latest technology in the eSports Lab!
Curl up and relax in the large lounge spaces found on the main level of the Memorial Union.
Grab some drinks from Caribou Coffee and catch up with your friends during your downtime.
Take a seat at one of the tables right in front of the Minard Coffee Shop to relax and study!
Students are able to take classes in a variety of classroom settings that allow them to enhance their learning capabilities and expand their wealth of knowledge.
Take part in the emerging and growing academic discipline of emergency management. Students within the program learn to handle any crisis as they happen both effectively and efficiently.
Get involved in cutting-edge research through the Center for Visual and Cognitive Neuroscience. Students are able to start leading experiments as early as their first year on campus!
Old Main houses all of the administrative work that needs to happen for NDSU! It also has the Log Cabin inside, which houses lots of artifacts and notes about the history of NDSU.
Need to record a voiceover for class? Head to the Recording Studio inside Quentin Burdick!
Quentin Burdick offers many quiet and secluded places to sit back and study with your group of friends!
Record an interview at the Filming Room found inside Quentin Burdick!
Need somewhere to work on your animation skills? The QBB has you covered!
Prefer working backstage? Options range for make-up to technical work.
Become apart of the Newfangled Theatre Company to take part in entirely student-led productions!
Interested in Costume Design? Take one of our classes to learn how to make costumes by hand in classes taught on our campus.
Take to the stage to watch one of our many outstanding Theatre NDSU productions!
Theatre students get opportunities to connect with real-life playwriters and actors!
Set up your canvas and let your mind get to work creating stunning art pieces that are often shown off throughout NDSU's campus!
Create full-sized creations based off of real-life objects in art studios located in Renaissance Hall!
Talk with fellow students while you wait for your pottery pieces to dry!
Create 3D models of your architecture designs at Renaissance Hall!
Select your midday meal and relax with friends!
Residence Dining Center is connected to the Reed-Johnson and Weible Residence Halls!
Work in small groups to develop strategies to help solve real problems from local businesses!
Interested in the stock market and investing? Get real-life experience by joining our Bison Fund!
Business classes will be taught in a variety of classrooms to get a feel for different real-life business scenarios!
Engage and network with your fellow classmates to start finding your place in the business world!
NDSU athletic department offices, equipment room, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, and the Bison Ticket Office can be found within the SHAC. There is an academic center, student-athlete lounge, and a fueling station within the weight room offers nutritious snacks for before and after workouts.
Join our Pep Band and help cheer on our Bison Athletes inside the SHAC!
Everyone is welcome to attend events held in Shepperd. The most popular is taking a moment to relax inside by learning how to groom horses!
Inside Shepperd Arena, students can observe and engage with all types of animals. You can even watch ultrasounds done on sheep!
Sit back and engage with qualified professionals in your field of study!
Take a step into the wild side by taking our Herpetology class!
Work collaboratively in classrooms with students who have various educational backgrounds!
Professors are there not just to teach, but also to help answer your questions!
Invite friends to come hangout or work on homework in your living space within University Village!
Studying for class in your room is easy with your built in desk space!
Engaging microbiology research can be seen happening within the walls of Van Es Hall!
Our vet tech students get hands-on opportunities not just with analyzing results, but also working with the real-life patients!
Get hands on experience in our vet tech program like these students analyzing x-rays!
Our microbiology department works to provide cutting-edge research, but also hands-on opportunities for our students!
Prefer to work out bright and early? That's not a problem at our Wellness Center which opens right at 5:30!
NDSU offers several GroupFit classes through our Wellness Center. Yoga, rock-climbing, and strength classes are some favroties!
Get a sweat in by taking a cycling class within our GroupFit Studio! If you prefer to pace yourself you can utilize all of our cardio equipment on the second floor!
Lots of students utilize the basketball courts in the Wellness Center to get a good game with friends in!
Four mainstage productions are produced each year, from modern musicals (like Urinetown, pictured here) to classic comedies, and contemporary and ancient plays.
Theatre Arts at NDSU gives students many opportunities to enhance their craft, with degree emphasis options in design and technical theatre, performance, and musical theatre.
Whether students want to become physical or occupational therapists, athletic trainers, or personal fitness instructors, coursework in the Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Science Lab gives students tangible experience working with the human body and its interactions with food and exercise.
The cadaver table in the Exercise Science program gives students the opportunity to explore human anatomy and physiology virtually.
NDSU offers both Army and Air Force ROTC programs for interested students.
Students in Interior Design at NDSU have access to a resource center filled with current samples and a product library, as well as a studio space they utilize to complete key design projects.
Graduates of the Hospitality and Tourism Management find work in hotels, restaurants, casinos, resorts, country clubs, meeting and event planning, and more.
The Emily Reynolds Historic Costume Collection (ERHCC) is a collection of material culture, including clothing, textiles, and related items, that serves as an interesting record of life and study.
The Apparel, Retail Merchandising, and Design program at NDSU gives students four degree options: fashion product development, fashion entrepreneurship, retail merchandising, and interior merchandising.
At NDSU, students gain hands-on learning experiences in the classroom, through research, and with internship and job opportunities.
Students in the College of Engineering can participate in exciting research actively advancing the world around us.
Students have the option to major or minor in equine sciences. These students get hands-on experience working with horses in a variety of contexts.
Undergraduate students can learn during supervised research experiences outside the college classroom and earn credit. Students will have the opportunity to work with world-renowned scientists, take part in cutting-edge research, and present newly learned knowledge at scientific symposia.
At the undergraduate level, the HDFS department offers a curriculum leading to a Bachelor's degree through five options: adult development & aging, child and adolescent development, family science, elementary education/child development, and social work in family science or adult development and aging.
The Infant Cognitive Development Lab is part of the HDFS research facility. The lab is dedicated to investigating how infants learn about and process information in their environment. One of the primary goals is to find ways parents and caregivers can help their infants learn.
NDSU’s HDFS/Elementary Education program is a dual-degree program from Valley City State University and North Dakota State University. This dual-degree program provides students a well-rounded education in how to educate children from a holistic perspective.
NDSU serves as the state of North Dakota's land-grant institution. We are dedicated to educating the citizens of North Dakota through academic initiatives, research, and Extension Programs.
With dedication to education, research, scholarship and creative endeavors, the North Dakota State University Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry creates and disseminates new knowledge in the molecular sciences for the betterment of the campus, the community and society.
Students are able to get hands-on experience in labs they take to help elevate what they learn in lecture to a real-life understanding.
The West Dining Center is open on weekends and also has late-night meal options!
Did you know that the West Dining Center is the only dining center that has a woodfire pizza oven?!
Living on-campus gives you more opportunities to grow and get involved. With events and leadership opportunities through student organizations, there are so many ways to get connected.
Comfortable, affordable, and modern, Apartment 1701 give students an excellent living space to call their own.
Bison Court apartments come unfurnished, so you can truly make the space fit your own, unique style!
Bison Court apartments have three different floor plans for you to choose from, so you can select what style fits best for you and your lifestyle.
Furnish your apartment the way you want it to look!
Our apartments offer a variety of options in lease lengths, amenities, and prices that also come with the added bonus on NDSU on-campus living.
The rooms in Churchill Hall are a spacious, comfortable place to live your first year at NDSU.
The recently renovated shared bathrooms in Churchill Hall have privatized bathroom stalls and showers on each wing of each floor.
Featuring large closets and plenty of drawer space, students in Dinan Hall have plenty of storage space!
The bathrooms in Dinan Hall are newly updated, and feature private bathroom stalls and showers on each floor.
In MLLC you can have your own room while still sharing a common living space with others!
Living in MLLC gives you the option to get a four-bedroom apartment with your friends or live solo in studio apartments!
The MLLCs offer on-campus luxury living with fully furnished, apartment-style units and are conveniently located next to the Wallman Wellness Center.
Niskanen Hall is located within walking distance of campus, but it also has a bike storage rack for students to utilize. Additionaly, there a several bus stops located right by Niskanen!
Want an apartment, but don't want to buy all the furniture or live on-campus during the summer? Niskanen Hall provides non-first-year students a fully furnished, apartment style experience during the academic year.
Every Residence Hall will have student Resident Assistants (RAs) who are there to help you learn and adjust to college.
Living on campus means living next door to your friends and surrounding yourself with other support systems through staff and faculty.
All Residence Halls have 24-hour keycard secure entrances and you will also have your own key to your room!
Did you know that students who live on campus tend to have higher GPAs than those who live off campus?
Every two floors in our high-rises create a a house that allows students to connect with their peers, hang out in a lounge space, and have access to a laundry room.
Residents of Seim Hall can look forward to the High Rise Hangout in the spring, which is when all of the High Rise buildings come together for an afternoon of inflatable obstacle courses, music, and loads of fun!
The convenience of living on campus is a huge bonus to our students. Attending classes and going to events couldn't be easier!
Living on campus and being a part of the herd means being supported and feeling like you’re at home whenever you’re amongst other Bison.
A panoramic view of the community-style bathrooms within Stockbridge Hall.
Get involved with Stockbridge Hall Government to help host events like the Super Smash Bros. Tournament, Super Bowl Party, March Madness, End of the Year grill out, and more!
In suit-style living arrangements, you will share a foyer and bathroom space with three other people.
Every room comes equipped with two beds, two desks and chairs, and closet space for you to utilize.
Sit back and relax after classes in your room!
Weible offers double and triple rooms with built-in desks and huge wardrobes.
You and your roommate will have lots of space to invite over friends for hanging out and studying!
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