Students must meet one of the following requirements to live in an on-campus apartment:
Violations will be reviewed by the Department of Residential Life.
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Campus tours, which include a residential hall tour, are available by contacting Enrollment Services at 701-671-2173. Click here for more information on scheduling a campus tour.
Tours of residence halls are also held on scheduled New Student Registration & Orientation days. Click here for a summary of the features of each hall, including online tours.
Residence Hall assignments are available through your CampusConnection account approximately 30 days prior to the term you will attend. An email notifying you to review your assignment through CampusConnection will be sent to the email entered on your application. Click here for instructions on how to view your room assignment. Students assigned to an apartment will be notified of their assignment via an email from the Residential Life Department.
Yes. We do our best to place students that have requested each other in the same room. We prioritize placing matched roommates together where we have space available over placing a student in their first choice hall.
Room Change Request occurs the second week of the fall and spring semesters. At this time, you will have the opportunity to submit a written request for a room/hall/roommate change to the Residential Life Department.
RA’s are student staff that live in the residence halls and serve as leaders and resources for residents. Some of the benefits include: a free single room, discounted meal plan, monetary stipend and leadership training. Click here to learn more about becoming an RA and apply today!
Personal property insurance is not required; however, it is recommended. In the event your personal property is damaged in campus housing, NDSCS will not cover the cost of replacing any of your personal property items that are damaged.
All students living on campus in a residence hall must carry a dining plan. First year students must carry the 160 dining plan or higher. Out-of-state students receive a substantial discount on tuition when they live on campus and carry the 160 or higher dining plan. Students living in the apartments are not required to carry a dining plan. Click here for more information regarding dining plans.
All residence halls and apartments have wireless Internet access for students. Routers are unnecessary and are not allowed. Click here for instructions for on how to register for NDSCS wireless Internet.
Please contact the NDSCS IT Service Desk, 701-671-3333, for support for Wi-Fi, computers, email, networking and a variety of other technologies. For after hours support, contact 1-866-457-6387.
First, be sure that your remote is programmed to your TV. Click here for instructions. You may also contact Midcontinent directly at: 1-800-888-1300 and press #2, the “Business” option to speak to a representative. If you are unable to reach a Midcontinent representative, please contact Residential Life at 701-671-2224.
Every residence hall and apartment building is equipped with high efficiency, coinless, laundry machines. Be sure to bring HE detergent or PODS. Use LaundryAlert to see which machines are available or how much time is left on the machine(s) in use. Receive an e-mail notification or text alert when your laundry is done or when machines become available. Click here for instructions on how to sign up for LaundryAlert.
Please contact the Residential Life Office at 701-671-2224 to report any issues in your residence hall room or apartment.
Yes, family housing units are available in the Northwest and Southeast Apartment buildings. Click here for more information on the apartments and how to apply.
Students assigned to the apartments are allowed to move in early, for a daily fee, as long as his/her unit is available. Students assigned to the residence halls are not allowed to move in before move-in weekend.
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18. Minors 17 years of age and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Roommate information can be found through your CampusConnection account under “Self Service.” Your roommate’s email will be listed, if available.
A limited supply of loft kits will be available during move-in weekend. Loft kits are rented per academic year on a first come, first serve basis, with a signed rental agreement form. The non-refundable rental fee will be charged to your student account. The residence halls that have lofting and bunking capabilities are: Robertson, Riley, Forkner, Nordgaard, Walton and Schulz halls.
The residence halls with extra long twin beds are: Forkner, Nordgaard, Riley and Robertson. Walton and Schulz halls have regular twin mattresses.
All provided room furnishings must remain in the room.
Students typically personalize their room with personal photos, posters and other memorabilia. You are free to rearrange your room as long as the college-provided items remain in the room.
Restrictions: You are not allowed to paint the room. We don’t allow the use of duct tape, scotch tape, nails, screws, tacks, hooks or pins on the walls or other surfaces. We recommend using a removable form of fun-tak, poster putty or poster tape to hang decorations in your room. If you use any of the restricted items to secure decorations, you may be fined the costs for repairing the room.
Animals or pets of any kind are not allowed in the residence halls or apartments with the exception of fish in aquariums, no larger than 10 gallons.
Furnished units contain two extra long twin beds, two desks, two chairs, kitchen table and chairs, and a small sofa in the living area.
The residence halls close during semester breaks and spring break. Students are not allowed to stay over the fall to spring semester break. Students requesting to stay over spring break must apply in advance. As contract rates do not cover these periods, residents will be charged $15 per night. Space is limited. Failure to sign-up during designated dates may result in a $25 administrative fee or the inability to stay on campus.
Charges for tuition, housing, dining, violations (alcohol, lock-out/let-ins, damage, key replacement) loft kit rentals, Bookstore charges, etc. can be found through your CampusConnection account. Students can pay online through CampusConnection, in person at the NDSCS Business Affairs Office or by phone. Click here for more information on payment options.
The NDSCS Mobile App is a must-have for discovering everything happening on and around campus. With easy access to features like news, events, maps and videos, the NDSCS Mobile App lets you carry the College with you, no matter where you are. Click here for information on how to download the app.
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