College BoUND Newsletter

Informational newsletter from the UND Office of Admissions

I’d like my living space supersized, please!

The University of North Dakota for the first time this fall will open up apartment-style housing to freshman students.

It’s called University Place, and it’s a campus favorite. Built in 2007, the four-story U Place provides cozy living with double- or single-bedroom apartments — each with a furnished living room, full kitchen and belly-up brunch counter. (Lasagna, anyone? C’mon over!)

The brightly lit units have controlled access and are carpeted and air-conditioned. Residents also have access to study rooms and comfortable lounge spaces.

As a premium option, U Place does have a slightly higher rate than other residence halls, and first-year students making this choice still must choose one of the all-access meal plans. A brain is not nourished by cheesy noodles alone.

For more information about University Place or other options, please visit