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The Department of Residence Services at the University of North Dakota is a large, diverse, auxiliary enterprise, whose mission is to deliver housing services, food services, child care services, and technology support services to the University community in a manner that is congruent with the overall mission of the University. Our goal is not only to meet the needs of a changing student population, but to supplement the academic experience by providing opportunities to enhance personal growth, develop a positive self identity, and to interact successfully with others in the college environment. This mission is realized through the careful integration of financial planning, facilities coordination, and development of educational student oriented programs and services designed to benefit the University community.
The Department of Residence Services values the diversity of the individuals who live and work in our communities. We create environments that promote individual growth through interactions that promote acceptance of our differences and our commonalities. Our diversity is the strength of our living and working environments and we are committed, both personally and professionally, to creating purposeful interactions that are guided by the principles of respect, civility, understanding, and compassion.
The diversity of our communities fluctuates with the individuals who enter our communities. Our diversity includes the uniqueness of individuals related to gender, sexual orientation, age, ethnicity, culture, race, socioeconomic background, education, and ability. Diversity is an essential part of a caring and just community where each individual is respected.
It is the individual’s right to be comfortable and understood; therefore, it is our collective responsibility to ensure that racism, prejudice, sexism, violence, and other acts of hatred are not tolerated. Education is a powerful tool and we recognize its impact on an individual’s cultural awareness, appreciation, and competency. We see diversity as a foundation of our work and education, and the path by which individuals are able to reach their full potential. By understanding the breadth of our diversity we can more fully appreciate the strengths of individuals.
Residence Hall Community - 14 Residence Halls
Co-ed and single gender halls with suite style and community-cluster bathrooms. Double rooms and limited single rooms.
3 Dining Centers: Wilkerson Hall, Squires Hall, Terrace in the Union
3 Service Centers: Wilkerson Hall, Johnstone/Fulton Hall, Walsh Hall
All-Around Fitness Center: Bek Hall
Apartment Style Housing - University Place
75 units housing 275 students students with 30+ credits
Stomping Grounds Coffee Shop on main level
Apartment Community - 850 apartment units
Serving single students, families, faculty.
1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. Furnished and unfurnished units.
Summer Camp and Conference Housing
Housing and dining services are available for groups planning camps, courses, conferences or meetings at UND during the summer months.