Built in 1965, Hoyum Hall was partially funded through a gift of land from Jacob Hoyum, a retired farmer from rural Havre, Mont., in memory of his wife and son. Hoyum, which houses approximately 220 students and is coed by floor, has separate floors for first-year and returning students. Hoyum is a popular choice with music majors because of its proximity to the Hvidsten Hall of Music.
Hoyum Hall Rooms
- Rooms are two-person rooms with one single on each floor.
- Double rooms in Hoyum Hall are 15 feet by 12 feet but can vary slightly.
- Each room is furnished with beds (80 inches by 39 inches), a microfridge (a fridge, freezer, microwave combination unit), built-in wardrobes, dressers, mirror, fixed desks, chairs, bookshelves, study lamps, curtains
The main lobby is accessible 24 hours a day, provides a waiting area for students and guests, and includes couches, chairs and a TV.
The lower lounge in Hoyum includes:
- TV along with couches, tables
- Computer lab
- Study areas
- Kitchen with refrigerator, a range, a microwave oven and table with chairs
Laundry facilities: Located in the lower level of the residence hall, the laundry facilities include commercial automatic washers and dryers, clotheslines and ironing boards free of use.
Cleaning equipment: Assorted cleaning equipment is available in the utility room on each floor and vacuums are available for checkout at the information desk.