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Single Student Apartment Eligibility:
You must have completed a minimum of 60 undergraduate credit hours OR be 21 years of age or older. You must be an enrolled UND student taking at least 6 credits per semester
A roommate is not required in 2-bedroom units. However, roommates must be UND students of the same sex as the leaseholder and must be listed on the lease.
Family Student Apartment Eligibility:
You need to be married and living with spouse OR a single parent whose children reside with you 50% of the calendar year. You must be an enrolled UND student taking at least 6 credit hours per semester.
3-Bedroom Family Apartment Eligibility:
You need to be married and living with spouse and one or more children OR a single parent residing with one or more children. You must be an enrolled UND student taking at least 6 credit hours per semester.
Hamline Square Apartment Eligibility:
In Hamline Square Apartments only, each resident signs their own lease. This allows each resident to be billed their portion of the rent. For example, if two people are living in one unit, the rent will be split in two and each resident is billed half the rent. If three people are living in the unit the rent will be split in three and each resident is billed 1/3 of the rent.
Each leaseholder must be 21 years of age or older by December 31 of the year of move-in. Leaseholders must be enrolled as a UND student taking at least 6 credit hours per semester. All leaseholders must be UND students of the same sex.
For ALL apartments: During the summer, you must maintain a minimum of three credits during the Summer Session, unless you are enrolled for the following fall, in which case you are not required to attend the Summer Session.
Apartment Assignment Process
All applicants are placed on a waiting list in the order the completed application and the $35 non-refundable (U.S. Funds) application fee are received. A separate waiting list is maintained for each below:
1) three bedroom family housing
2) one or two bedroom family housing
3) one, two or three bedroom single student apartment housing.
We start trying to match you to an apartment about 60 days prior to your requested move-in date. If one of your apartment choices matches an apartment that is available, you will receive an apartment assignment letter. If no match is found, then you are bypassed at this time (maintaining your original priority number on the waiting list) and the next applicant is considered for assignment. This process is followed until all available apartments have been assigned. You will remain on the waiting list until you receive an assignment or you cancel your application. Assignment letters are emailed to your UND email address and your preferred email address listed in Campus Connection. Please be sure to keep this information up to date.
You may apply and get on a waiting list for an apartment before you are eligible.
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