Campus Housing Options

Overhead map of UMC's Residential Halls

Like the students who live in them, each of the five halls that make up the University of Minnesota Crookston residence hall system possesses an individual personality. The goal of each of the halls is not only to provide a place to live, but also to serve as an extension of the classroom and to provide a variety of recreational and social activities. The University residence halls are no longer only dormitories; they are contemporary living-learning communities.

Two residence halls, two apartment and one suite style complexes provide coeducational on-campus housing for over 500 students. All rooms are furnished. Residence halls also have recreational, laundry, and kitchen facilities.

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Traditional Residence Hall Options

Students outside of McCall Hall

McCall Hall

Students outside of Skyberg Hall

Skyberg Hall

Apartment Complex Options

Outside view of Centennial Hall

Centennial Hall

Outside view of Evergreen Hall

Evergreen Hall

Suite Style Option

Students outside Heritage Hall

Heritage Hall