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Residence Life

Dakota Hall

Built in 1931, Dakota Hall is one of the oldest and most historically attractive buildings on campus. In 2006 a portion of the building was renovated in order to upgrade certain facilities for the convenience of residents. There is now a laundry room, as well as modern bathrooms and a guest bathroom on every floor at the south end of the building. Dakota Hall is centrally located on campus, but still offers a quiet atmosphere ideal for living and learning that has made it a favorite of upperclassmen women for many years.

Location: Directly south of the Student Union and Administration building
Year Built: 1931
Hall Capacity:
Population: Men and Women
Room Types: Double rooms with Community bathrooms