Stay in your current residence hall double room. You have first choice to return to your current double room or current designed single room (with the exception of designated spaces and residents will be notified by email).
Move to another room in the residence halls.
Move to an upperclass hall – Swanson Hall or Hancock Hall.
Move to University Place – apartment-style housing. Two or four bedroom units for four students with full kitchen, furnished bedrooms and living room. Must have 30 post-high school credits. Residents of University Place do not need to have a meal plan. Rent includes $200 dining dollars each semester.
Current University Place Students
Stay in your current room/unit. You have first choice to return to your current space.
Move to a new space in University Place. Current residents have first choice to move to a new, open unit. You may keep the same roommates or request new ones.
You may move back to the residence halls during the New Room Selection lottery time.
Check out UND Hamline Square Apartments. Leaseholders must by 21 years of age by December 31, the year of move-in, roommates can be younger. The UND Apartment application process is not part of recontracting, see apartment application.
Students who MAY not be able to return to their current space are listed below. You will receive an email from the Housing Office:
Residents in Double as Single Rooms - If you are currently in this type of room, you will not be able to return to your room during the Same Room selection lottery time. 125 double as single rooms will be offered during the New Room selection lottery time. They will be designated as double as single in the room type in MyHousing.
Living and Learning Community Residents Engineering students - You may return to your community and you will be asked to sign a participation agreement. Aviation students - You may NOT return to your community. It is for first-year students only.
Residents in ADA rooms If you are in an ADA room and do not require this accommodation, you will be unable to return to your room.
Do you need a residence hall that is available over semester break? Consider signing up for Brannon Hall. You are guaranteed to be able to stay in your room between fall and spring semesters. There is a nightly cost for this option ($27.60 was the 2013-14 nightly charge). You are not required to stay over the break, but it is a option.
Are you into wellness? Consider the Wellness Living and Learning Community. Located in Brannon Hall, the Wellness community focuses on living a balanced lifestyle within the college environment. As a member of the Wellness "wing" you will have the opportunity to develop healthy practices, and incorporate the seven aspects of wellness: emotional, intellectual, physical, occupational/vocational, environmental, social and spiritual.
Benefits of living in the wellness community
Active partnership between campus organizations including the Wellness Center, Campus Ministries, and other campus partners.
Group activities promoting wellness
Monthly meals serving healthy options
Opportunity to give back to the community
Course Study: Students will have guaranteed enrollment in the requested class – Intro to Wellness
Requirements: Live in Brannon Hall
UND apartments may be an option for you You may also want to check out UND Apartment Housing – Moving to a UND apartment is not part of the recontracting process, see apartment application process.