Hallett is coed by floor and is a popular choice among business majors because it is connected to the renovated Grant Center, home of the Offutt School of Business. Hallett is also popular to student athletes because of its proximity to the athletic facilities.
Erickson is coed by floor and is a popular choice among business majors because it is connected to the renovated Grant Center, home of the Offutt School of Business. Erickson is also popular to student athletes because of its proximity to the athletic facilities
Hoyum is coed by floor and is next door to the Hvidsten Hall of Music, so many music majors choose to live in Hoyum.
Livedalen is coed by floor and closer to the center of campus. Its proximity to the theatre, art and communication center make it a popular choice for humanities majors.
Park Region Hall
Park Region is co-ed by floor and located on the north end of campus. It is the only residence hall with air conditioning. While comparable in size to the other halls, many rooms in Park Region have a unique, triangular shape.
Bogstad Manor and Bogstad East are apartment complexes on the north end of campus. They are available to upperclass men and women and are fully furnished. The Bogstad Apartments remain open during Winter Break.
The Boe-Olsen apartments are located across the street from campus and are efficiency apartments for two upperclass students. They are also fully furnished.
The townhouses are the newest and nicest facilities, and therefore in the highest demand. The townhouses are open to juniors and seniors and include two, three, and four bedroom living spaces.
The EcoHouse is an off-campus residence recently purchased and renovated by the college to promote sustainable living. Residents must be upperclassmen and are chosen through an application process.
All residence halls have a laundry facility with washers and dryers available at no additional cost to you. Our residence hall rooms are equipped with beds, mattresses, desks, chairs and dressers. The rooms also have high-speed internet access.
Each hall has a distinctive appeal, due in part to its history, architectural style and location on campus.