Residential Life

The campus life experience at NDSCS is one thing that separates us from other two-year colleges. Students coming to our campus experience residential living as well as on-campus dining, outstanding academics and engaging activities. Campus living at NDSCS includes six traditional residence halls and three apartment complexes designed for both family and single student living. Four of the six residence halls are adjacent to the Student Center.

On-Campus Living Policy

Students who have transferred in or completed fewer than 30 credits are REQUIRED to live on campus unless the student meets one of the following:

  • Is 21 years of age or older.
  • Will be enrolled in nine or fewer credit hours during both the fall and spring semesters of this academic year.
  • Lives with a parent or legal guardian within a 50 mile radius of NDSCS.
  • Is married or has primary custody of a minor child.
  • Has extenuating circumstances.

A request for exemption from the on-campus living policy form (found below) must be filled out and appropriate documentation must be attached to this form. This form must be received before August 1 (fall) and December 1 (spring).

Required Immunizations

In accordance with the State Board of Higher Education policy, Section 506.1: Effective Fall 2012, newly admitted students ages 21 and younger are required to provide documentation of immunity against meningococcal disease. Click here for more information on this requirement and possible exemption.

Exemption from the On-Campus Living Policy

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