Living on campus allows students to grow academically, meet new friends and take advantage of the opportunity to make the most of their college experience.
Individuals who live in the UND residence halls have higher GPAs than off-campus students, enjoy many conveniences, and become active in the positive development of their community.
Don't be surprised when your neighbors become your best friends. Your built-in network will be there for you, whether it's forming an intramural kickball team or a late-night study session.
Living On Campus
Graduate or 21+ students.
Not available for 2019-2020.
Residence Hall Information
|Halls||Communities & Housing Options||Suite Style||Community Style||Designed Singles||Air Conditioning||Carpet|
|Bek||Not Available for 2019-2020||⊗||⊗|
|Brannon||Wellness and Business||⊗|
|Fulton||Not Available for 2019-2020||⊗||⊗|
|Hancock||Graduate Students or age 21+||⊗||⊗||⊗|
|McVey||Social Justice, Engineering, and Atmospheric Sciences||⊗|
|Noren||Aviation and Education||⊗||⊗|
|Selke||Go Global and Honors||⊗||⊗|
|Squires||Returning or Transfer Students||⊗|
|Swanson||Not Available for 2019-2020||Private in room||⊗||⊗|
|Walsh||Not Available for 2019-2020||⊗|