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Points of Pride
Living on campus is one of the best decisions a UND student can make. Housing and Dining Services staff members are passionate about creating positive communities that facilitate learning and balance an engaging co-curricular student life.
Great things happen when a strong sense of community takes hold!
Over 90% of first-year students live in the residence halls and here's why:
- Friends and activities
- Low cost
We ask residents what they like and what we can do better!
Every year we conduct surveys to find out what we are doing well and what we can do better. Residents are sent individual surveys regarding residence hall housing, apartment housing, dining services, facilities and IT. Read our latest survey results in the The Results Are In brochure.
Living on campus develops life-long skills and residents are telling us they learn valuable lessons outside of the classroom. In response to the question, "Living in on-campus housing has enhanced by ability to..."
90.7% - Live cooperatively
86.0% - Meet other people
85.8% - Benefit from interactions with residents from different ethnicities
85.8% - Resolve conflicts
Residents Receive Recognition
Housing administrators collectively advise more than 30 residential councils and committees in the residence halls and apartments. Student leaders were honored to receive awards during the year at the regional and national conferences.
The Association of Residence Halls submitted four Bids of the Region at the No Frills Conference:
- National Communications Coordinator of the Year
- Programmer of the Year
- NRHH Outstanding Member of the Year
- Distinguished Service Award
Of these four bids submitted, three of them won at the regional level and two of the three bids were eligible to be submitted to the National Level.
- At the NACURH 2011 conference, of the 350 programs presented, the program called 'Sex in the Dark' presented by Smith Hall President and Vice President was voted as one of the Top 40 programs.
- Casey Weaver, Assistant Director was awarded an RBD Choice Award.
- Student leader Nathan Elness received a Conference Pin and silver pin awards.
- The HOT Team won the VPFO Service Award in fall 2010 for their service efforts with Welcome Weekend
Ongoing Living Space Upgrades
Squires Hall - Sprinkler system, new windows and painting $800,000,
Window blinds $15,600
Hancock Hall - Mattresses $8,650
Smith Hall - Mattresses $30,700 and Lounge carpet $49,300
McVey Hall - Lounge furniture cushions $36,600
Noren Hall - Furniture (bed frames, desks, desk chairs) $400,000
Paint in student rooms $99,400
New carpet in lounges $74,400
New lounge furniture cushions $39,700
Swanson Hall- Paint in student rooms $62,400.