About UND Housing
Living on campus is one of the best decisions a UND student can make.
Housing staff members are passionate about creating positive communities that facilitate learning, balance, and and engaging co-curricular student life. Great things happen when a strong sense of community takes hold!
Students have lived on-campus since the University's founding in 1883. Although the physical buildings and technology has changed over the years, UND's dedication to a student's living experience remains.
In every hall, UND offers its residents:
- High-speed Internet and wireless
- Laundry and kitchenette
- Cable TV and streaming movies
- ResNet computer support
- Study lounges
Living Learning Communities
When students choose a Living Learning Community, they live in the same hall as others with the same academic and personal interests. The personal rewards students gain from being a part of these communities will follow them throughout their lifetime.
Why Live On Campus?
Living on campus develops lifelong skills. Residents are telling us they learn valuable lessons outside of the classroom. In response to the question:
Living on campus has enhanced my ability to...
- 95.1% - Live cooperatively
- 94.0% - Improve communication skills
- 93.1% - Solve my own problems
- 92.5% - Meet other people
- 92.5% - Benefit from interactions with residents from different backgrounds