Residence Halls

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2022-2023 Room Rates 

Double Occupancy Rates
Residence Hall Double/Semester Year Total
Cook Hall (Co-Ed) $ 1,400 $ 2,800
McCulloch Hall (Co-Ed) $ 1,400 $ 2,800
Crane Hall (Co-Ed) $ 1,700 $ 3,400
Lura Manor (Co-Ed) $ 1,700 $ 3,400

Single Rates
Residence Hall Single/Semester Year Total 
Cook & McCulloch Single Room $ 1900 $ 3,800
Crane & Lura Single Room $ 2,200 $ 4,400
*Single rooms will be offered to students as space becomes available, typically after the start of the semester. Students may request a single room in the housing office when the normal room change process begins.

Each fall and spring an additional $25 Residence Hall Activity (RHA) Fee is charged on your student account. This fee is used for entertainment and hall amenities. 


Residence Hall Amenities

Amenities
Amenities Cook Hall Crane Hall McCulloch Hall Lura Manor
Gender Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed

Co-Ed &    Gender Inclusive

Air Conditioning    
Carpeted  
Internet
Suite Style    
Community Bathroom    
Elevator  
Full Kitchen
Furnished

 *Includes a bed, desk, chair, closet, and dresser.

 Things you should know

We are excited you have chosen to live on campus. Something to keep in mind when you are packing is that you are moving into a community. A community made up of people that have a wide variety of expectations of what living in a campus community is supposed to be like. The residence halls are a great place to live and learn. To live near the many activities of campus. To learn about who you are and what you care about.

COMMON ITEMS THAT STUDENTS BRING:

  • Clothes (contrary to popular belief students don’t only wear their PJs to class)
  • Linens (blankets, sheets, pillows, towels etc.; all our beds are twin XL)
  • Laundry basket and laundry detergent (not pods)
  • One surge protector per resident
  • Hangers
  • First aid kit (each building has an emergency kit but it doesn't include Tylenol or other cold medicines you may need)
  • Toiletries and toiletry caddie
  • Flashlight
  • Coat, jacket, and umbrella (Minot State’s campus is located in North Dakota; during the school year temperatures can range from 100* in August to -40* in February)
  • Decor (painters tape and 3M stickers help with hanging as many of our walls are cement)
  • Your electronics and chargers (computers, phones, etc.)
  • White noise maker (unfortunately, our walls are not soundproof)
  • Medications, thermometer, cleaning supplies, hand sanitizer, and hand soap

THE FOLLOWING ARE PROHIBITED ITEMS:

  • Extensions cords (allowed one surge protector per resident)
  • Rubber-backed carpeting (this is a fire code violation)
  • Weapons, firearms of any kind, and look-alike-weapons
  • Laundry detergent pods, please use high-efficiency laundry detergent
  • Halogen lamps, potpourri burners, candle warmers, candles, and incense
  • Microwaves (there is a microwave on each floor in the halls, if every room had a microwave the power circuit couldn't handle the power surges)
  • Toasters, toaster ovens, hot pots, popcorn poppers, panini grills, hot plates
  • Space heaters, ceiling fans, air conditioners
  • Pets of any kind, other than fish in a 10-gallon tank or smaller (refer to Access Services for policy on service and emotional support animals)

The Residence Life Department holds the right to determine if additional items or appliances are deemed potentially dangerous.

ALL ROOM AND MEAL PLAN AGREEMENTS ARE LEGALLY BINDING AND FOR THE FULL ACADEMIC YEAR.


All students living in the residence halls are required to purchase a meal plan.

Questions about meal plans? Call 701-858-3364.