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
Success in 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.
UND now has nine Living Learning Communities.
- Atmospheric Sciences
- Engineering & Mines
- Go Global
- Social Justice
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 ethnicities