Housing Information

Housing Information

As a Residence Life Department, we strive to create a clean, studious, hate-free environment that is conducive to learning and development outside the classroom, in addition to the learning students experience in their academics.  Rooms in these halls include furnishings (bed, dresser, desk and desk chair), as well as services such as broadband access to Internet, basic telephone service (dial tone and local service, long distance calls not included), basic cable service, free laundry facilities, and access to common recreation and study rooms.

Residence Halls
Dickinson State University maintains three traditional residence halls for approximately 300 students.  The majority of rooms are designed for shared occupancy.  However, based on space and availability, students may be able to have a shared room as a single at a higher cost.

Select your Hall
When applying to live on-campus, you may indicate the hall you would like to live in. Placement is determined by availability.

Delong HallDeLong Hall
DeLong Hall is DSU’s coed hall. Standing 6 stories tall, the building houses 200+ residents on all 6 floors, plus the ground floor. The hall is arranged in double occupancy rooms in “suite style” configurations with 4 rooms sharing a private bath. Four suites surround a lounge on each floor. In addition, the basement level includes a main lounge and kitchen. DeLong Hall is conveniently located near May, Stickney, and Klinefelter Halls. DeLong Hall tends to fill up quickly, so it is best to apply for housing here as soon as possible.

Sample Room View 360°     
Floor Plan

Selke HallSelke Hall
Male students enjoy Selke Hall on the DSU campus. There are three floors of rooms with a lounge on the main floor and the kitchen and study lounge on the lower level. Selke's rooms feature movable desks for more freedom in room configuration. Four rooms in this hall are considered quads and house up to four students. All other rooms are set up for double occupancy. Selke Hall is located near Stoxen Library in May Hall and the Student Center.

Sample Room View 360°     
Double Room Floor Plan    
Quad Room Floor Plan

Woods HallWoods Hall
Currently Being Renovated
DSU's female hall is located in the northwest corner of our campus. Rooms in Woods Hall are located on the three top floors. A main lounge is on the first floor and includes plush furniture, a TV, and pool table, with the basement level housing a kitchen and second lounge area, perfect for crafts or games. Woods also has one amenity that the current residents find fantastic: a sink inside each room. Each room is set up for double occupancy. Woods Hall is located near the Student Center and Cafeteria.
Sample Room View 360°      
Floor Plan

The Residential Life staff at Dickinson State realizes that you will not only learn a great deal in the classrooms of our University, but will also learn as much through your extracurricular activities. Hopefully you will become involved in clubs, organizations and activities that will help enhance your personal development. We feel very strongly that the programs offered in our Residence Halls offer a perfect opportunity to enhance your growth.

Residence Hall programs and activities will allow you to develop skills and knowledge that will assist you throughout your life. Everyone is strongly encouraged to participate in our wide array of activities. Some of these programs are designed to help build community, spirit and unity. Programs held over the past few years include human minesweeper, wish tree, scary movie nights, and the annual Spring Fling which includes inflatables such as jousting, sumo suits, obstacle courses, and awesome prizes! Other programs are designed to enrich and educate students on social issues of today. Some of these programs include important issues such as date rape, aids awareness, eating disorders, alcohol abuse, and women's health issues. We've even been known to do programs on current trends such as the health concerns of tattooing, the how-to on shaving your head, and tips on dying your own hair for fun. The Office of Residential Life strives to involve the entire campus in our programs and encourages all students, staff and faculty to come check out our wide array of activities.  We think you'll understand why we say Dickinson State Residential Life is a home away from home!

Apartment Living
Our apartments feature kitchens (including refrigerator/freezer, stove/oven, sink, counter and cabinet space), living rooms, private bathrooms, furnishings (bed, dresser, desk and desk chair, except in North Campus), broadband access to Internet, basic telephone service (dial tone and local service, long distance calls not included), basic cable service, utilities included, and free laundry facilities. For further information, or for a tour of our apartment complexes contact the Office of Residential Life at (701) 483-2091.

Main Campus Apartments
The University maintains an apartment complex adjacent to the main campus with 24 one-bedroom apartments, housing 72 students. Preference for housing assignments to Main Campus Apartments is offered to upperclass students.

North Campus Apartments
Dickinson State University offers housing for students and students with families in the North Campus Apartments. This facility is located several miles north of campus, and assignment to North Campus Apartments is typically reserved for students who are upperclassmen and students with families. This single building apartment complex offers 18 two-bedroom units and six one-bedroom apartments.

Rental arrangements for this facility are based on whether the resident is assigned as a single student or as a student with family. Rental arrangements for single students are made in the same way as those for students living in the other residential facilities (semester rate, meal plan required) except North Campus Apartments are not furnished. Rental to students with families is based on a monthly rental rate for an unfurnished apartment (meal plan optional). All units include a one car garage.