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Minot State University

United States
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About Minot State University

Minot State University is a comprehensive public university whose purpose is to foster the intellectual, personal, and social development of its students, and to promote the public good through excellence in teaching, research, scholarly activity, and public service. Minot State is an integral part of the state and region it serves, and its mission and purposes are linked inextricably to the needs, aspirations, and the commonwealth of the people of North Dakota.

Campus information

The University’s tree-lined campus provides students a friendly and personal atmosphere. The campus includes five residence halls, seven classroom buildings, the Student Center, library, domed athletic facility, new wellness center, a concert hall, two theaters, and an art gallery.

Located in north central North Dakota, Minot State University is a place where east meets west. Nestled on the northern edge of the Mouse River Valley, the campus stands at the heart of the "Magic City."

Accommodation

Cook Hall

Conveniently located near the Student Center and many off-campus eateries, Cook Hall is the largest residence hall on campus. This hall is co-ed by floor and provides a lively atmosphere which entices students to create life-long friends. Amenities in Cook Hall include a large study room, a full kitchen, community-style bathrooms, microwave access and laundry facilities on every floor, and a large, central recreational lounge.

Crane Hall

More centralized to academic buildings, Crane Hall is a co-ed, suite-style residence hall where each suite has its own bathroom. There are also full kitchens, laundry facilities, and recreational lounges are present on every floor. This hall provides a comfortable living environment while encouraging community and diversity among students.

Dakota Hall

At the heart of campus, Dakota Hall is the most historic residence hall on campus, as it was built in 1931. This hall is co-ed by floor and its amenities include microwave access, laundry facilities, and recreational lounges on every floor, community-style bathrooms, and two full kitchens. Dakota Hall provides students opportunities to grow, learn, and develop both academically and personally. 

Lura Manor

Lura Manor is a co-ed, suite-style residence hall where each suite has its own bathroom. This hall offers students community, diversity, and a comfortable living environment. There are also study nooks, recreational lounges, and microwave access on every floor, a kitchenette, and three laundry facilities throughout the building.

McCulloch Hall

McCulloch Hall is a co-ed residence hall, by floor and located near the Student Center. This hall fosters community and friendship by providing students opportunities for entertainment, involvement, and leadership. McCulloch Hall’s amenities include a large laundry facility, community-style bathrooms, microwave access on every floor, two recreational lounges, and a kitchenette. 

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 2 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Computer Science and IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Health and Medicine 2 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Mass Communication & Media 2

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