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.

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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 and internet access.

Recreational Areas

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 and comfortable chairs
  • Computer lab
  • Study areas
  • Kitchen with refrigerator, a range, a microwave oven and table with chairs

Other Features

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.

Information Desk

The hall information desk is located in the main lobby. In addition to providing building security and basic information, desk staff also make change and check out equipment.


Monday-Thursday: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

Saturday: 6 p.m. to midnight

Sunday: 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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