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Be Successful

Students who live on campus tend to earn better grades, are more satisfied with their college experience and are more likely to graduate than those who live off-campus.

Be Connected

Campus housing costs include cable TV, local phone service, voice mail, high-speed Internet service.  Resident Halls are connected to the main campus, connected to classrooms, dining services, library, bookstore, computer labs, gym and fitness rooms -- no more window-scraping at 6 a.m., no more searching for parking, no more walks in the cold.

North Hall

Designed to house a total of 94 students, this renovated one story hall is for male students only.  The majority of rooms are double occupancy.  

  • Movable twin beds and desks
  • Built-in closets with dressers
  • Carpeted rooms and hallways
  • Phone, voice mail, cable TV, Internet access
  • Community bathroom/shower areas
  • Furnished lounges
  • Health and wellness workout room
  • Kitchenette
  • Laundry room
  • ADA accessible

Gilliland Hall

Designed to house a total of 64 female students.  This 3 story building offers one and two bedroom suites with adjoining bathrooms with showers.

  • Movable twin beds, dressers and desks
  • Built-in closets
  • Phone, voice mail, cable TV, Internet access
  • Air conditioning
  • Elevator
  • Furnished lounge with TV on each floor
  • Kitchenettes on each floor
  • Laundry room
  • ADA accessible

South Hall

South Hall is a designed to accommodate 36 women, if filled to double occupancy.

  • Movable twin beds, dressers, and desks
  • Built-in closets
  • Phone, voice mail, cable TV, Internet access
  • Two community bathrooms with showers
  • Furnished lounge with TV
  • Kitchenette and dining area
  • Laundry room
  • ADA accessible

Schilkin Apartments

The Schilkin Apartments at LRSC offers the ultimate in convenience and services that you simply cannot duplicate anywhere else. The apartments are unfurnished one or two bedrooms only 2 blocks away from campus. The Schilkin apartments are for a student who has his/her own family or student who is over 21 years of age. These apartments also qualify for subsidized housing through Ramsey County Housing Authority. Each apartment includes:

  • Bedroom (1 or 2)
  • Living room
  • Kitchen with sink, cabinets, stove with oven, refrigerator
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Air conditioning
  • Basic cable TV with Internet access
  • Utilities Paid include Water, Heat, Electricity and Garbage
  • Laundry room available in a common area
  • Secured Entrance
  • One Stall Garage (limited and available on a first come, first serve basis)
  • Safety and security -- security cameras monitor entrances, parking lots, and hallways. Resident Hall Assistants monitor activity in the halls and are there to help students get involved, meet people and guide you to campus resources.

  • Parking -- Handicap parking is available with the appropriate permits.  Outdoor electrical outlets are available for rent, $100 per year, on a first come first serve basis.

  • Furnished rooms --The number of single rooms are limited and are reserved for returning students on a first come, first serve basis. Otherwise rooms are double occupancy and include:
    • twin beds
    • dressers
    • closet space
    • Telephones with voice mail --
    • Internet access -- wired and wireless Internet access is available free of charge to each room.
      • Students should bring their own computer or they can rent a laptop for $80/semester or for $10/week, as long as laptops are available.
    • Cable TV - Basic cable service is provided to each room, free of charge. If students want movie or specialty channels they must purchase extra services from Midcontinent Communications.
      • Students should bring their own TV.

  • ADA accessible rooms -- rooms and bathrooms modified to accommodate students with disabilities are available in each Resident hall upon request.  Students must indicate this information on the Housing Application.

  • Kitchenette --
    • Includes:  Stove, microwave, refrigerator, sink, dining area
    • Students should bring: Dishes, silverware, cups, glasses pots, pans and other utensils

  • Dining Services -- Students living in the resident halls are required to have a meal plan, see housing contracts.  Meals eaten will be deleted from their R-Card (Student ID card).

  • Lounge -- Community atmosphere quickly develops in each hall and you become a family when you are here. Flat screen TV and comfy couches and chairs are great for "get-togethers" after a long day and homework.

  • Laundry -- washers, dryers and ironing boards are available in each hall.  Student put money on their R-Card (Student ID card) and then just swipe to pay for laundry.
    • Students should bring: laundry basket, soap, fabric softener, etc.

  • Bookstore -- offers just about anything a student would need:
    • Laundry supplies
    • Health and beauty-- toothbrush, shampoo, lotions, tissues, etc
    • Stamps and UPS shipping
    • Sandwiches, fruit, beverages, and snacks
    • Royal Java Coffee Bar and cookies
    • DVD movies and games
    • Gifts, clothes and textbooks, of course and lots more.

  • Fitness Facilities -- North Hall has its own health and wellness center.  The campus gym and fitness room, just a quick indoors walk, are available to students and residents.

  • Mail services -- each student is provided with a mailbox.  Mail service is provided Monday through Friday. During vacation and recess periods mail will be held for delivery until break is over. The President's Office can mail small packages for students via U.S. Post or FedEx.  The bookstore handles UPS shipping.

  • Computer labs -- Campus computer labs are quickly accessible from the Resident Halls.  New Horizon Computer Lab, located next to the library is open 24 hours, seven days a week.

  • Vending -- Vending machines are located through out the campus and Resident Halls to meet your anytime needs.

What you need to bring:

  • Linens: pillows, pillowcases, blankets, sheets, bedspreads, towels, washcloths
  • Clothes hangers
  • Toiletries, hygiene supplies
  • Removable adhesive for hanging posters and pictures
  • Wastebasket
  • Iron

What you may also bring:

  • Electronics: computers, gaming devices, radios, stereos, tape recorders, TV/Blu-Ray, etc 
  • Wall decorations: posters, photos, etc.  No nails/staples
  • Floor coverings: throw rugs, wall-to-wall carpet, etc.
  • Small refrigerators, corn poppers, sewing machine
  • Hair dryers, curling irons, razors, electric shavers
  • Dishes: silverware, cups, glasses, pots, pans, dish soap, dish towels
  • Laundry supplies: basket, laundry soap, fabric softener
  • Table lamp or study light (no halogen light over 120 watts)
  • Fan
  • Extension cords, surge protectors

What NOT to bring:

  •  Pets (except small fish)
  • Halogen lamps over 120 watts
  • Firearms, fireworks, or any lethal weapons
  • Cooking appliances: crock pots, frying pans, hot plates, coffee pots, toasters, electronic grills, etc.
  •  Heating appliances: space heaters, electric fireplaces, etc.
  • Open fires: candles, potpourri burners, incense, oil lamps, etc.
  • Alcohol: including decorative containers
  • Illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia
  • Combustible materials: gasoline, propane, charcoal starter fluid, etc

What is provided:

  • Desk and chair
  • Twin bed
  • Dresser
  • Mirror
  • Closet space
  • Window blinds
  • Bathroom supplies: toilet paper, cleaning supplies

What is available:

  • Ironing boards
  • Vacuum, mops, brooms
  • Washers and dryers
Contact Information

Housing Staff

Scott Dunbar
Assistant Housing Director
Office Location: Gilliland Hall Housing Office

Dr. Randall Fixen
VP of Student Affairs, Director of Housing
Office Location: Student Services