USF

Housing Application Form

Living in a USF residence hall places you near all University resources and activities – enabling you to be active in the life of the campus community. By living on campus, you'll develop essential "people skills" as well as lifelong friendships. Research confirms that students residing on campus more often complete their college program than those living off campus.

All unmarried, full-time, first and second year students are required to live on campus in residence halls as long as the space is available.

The purpose of this information is to enable the University of Sioux Falls to better meet your needs.

Personal Information

First Name

Last Name

Academic Information

Number of earned credits by Fall 2020:

Year of High School Graduation:

For which semester are you applying for housing?

What academic major do you plan to pursue?

Do you expect to be participating in Intercollegiate Athletics?

Which Sport?

Please answer the gender question above to show available sports.

Do you expect to be participating in the Fine Arts?

Which area?

Do you expect to be in the Honors Program?

Housing Information

Below are brief descriptions along with individual housing costs per semester. For a full description of each living area, visit the Residence Hall section of our website.

Grand Island Hall

This women's residence hall has approximately 18 rooms per floor for new and returning students, several of which will be identified as single rooms. Grand Island offers community bathroom facilities (with private shower stalls), a large central lounge and kitchen, as well as three floor lounges to promote community living. Laundry facilities are located on the first floor.

  • Cost of double room for 2020-21: $2,045/semester
  • Cost of single room for 2020-21: $2,975/semester
North Residence Hall

Our newest residence hall features two air-conditioned double rooms that share a private bath for both new and returning students. Males and females are separated by floor but share central community spaces that offer a fitness room, a media room, and laundry facilities.

  • Cost of double pod for 2020-21: $2,305/semester
  • Cost of single pod for 2020-21: $3,355/semester
Sullivan Faith and Learning Center

This residence hall provides both new and returning students air-conditioned rooms with a sink as well as private bathrooms. Males and females are separated in pods of 18 residents each but share large community gathering spaces and a hall kitchen and laundry facilities in the lower level.

  • Cost of double/3-person (2/3-bedroom) pod for 2020-21: $2,150/semester
  • Cost of single (2-bedroom) pod for 2020-21: $3,125/semester
Collier Baker Hall (upper-division only)

This apartment-style residence is attached to the Cleveland Professional Development Center as well as Burgess and Kroske Halls. Each air-conditioned apartment houses four upper-division students in two double rooms with a kitchen, living area, and private bath. Laundry facilities are located on the first floor.

  • Cost of 4-person apartment for 2020-21: $2,150/semester
Kroske Hall

This women's residence hall has 12 rooms per floor for new and returning students, several of which will be identified as single rooms. Kroske offers community bathroom facilities (with private shower stalls), central lounges on each floor, as well as a community kitchen. Laundry facilities are located on the first floor.

  • Cost of double room for 2020-21: $2,045/semester
  • Cost of single room for 2020-21: $2,975/semester

Your Hall Preferences:

Please identify your top three choices for residence halls. We work hard to honor applicants' preferences, but in high-demand areas where space is limited, a lottery system will be implemented.

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Additional Comments or Questions?

Single Room:

Please indicate your interest in pursuing a single room:
(*Note: Singles room rates are provided, however, a single room assignment is not guaranteed.)

Please answer the gender question above to show available residence halls.

About You

Who would you like your roommate to be? (if known).

If you would like to share any information about a medical condition, an allergy, needed medication, specific instructions regarding treatment, or a condition/disability for which you would request accommodation in the residence hall, please feel free to do so here (or send a separate email to student.development@usiouxfalls.edu).

Please note: The Office of Residence Life or Office for Students with Disabilities may contact you to provide the necessary documentation for any requested accommodation. If you have any questions, please contact Student Development at 605-331-6620 or student.development@usiouxfalls.edu.

If we believe that you are missing for more than 24 hours, we will begin the USF Missing Person protocol. Please provide the name and phone number for an individual you would like for us to contact as a part of this protocol. This information will remain confidential until you have been missing for 24 hours or more.

Meal Plan Information

All first and second year on-campus students are required to be on a meal plan. Please select one from the options below:

This plan provides *continuous dining at Salsbury Dining Hall with unlimited meal swipes during the semester, transforming the dining hall into your kitchen and providing unlimited access to food or beverage.

*Continuous dining at Salsbury Dining Hall means there is always food available throughout the day. Stop in for breakfast, continental breakfast, lunch, lite lunch and dinner! Use your Unlimited Meal Plan and eat as much as you want, when you want!

This plan has 175 meals available at Salsbury Dining Hall and Flex dollars available for Cooper's Cafe. Perfect for the on-the-go student, grab coffee and head to class or stop by Salsbury for meals anytime.

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Once your application has been received, your room assignment for the fall or spring semester will be emailed to you along with additional information to prepare you to move into the residence hall for the upcoming semester. This information will contain the name and phone number of your roommate, a list of what items you may bring, and a list of items that are prohibited. It will also include measurements for the residence hall rooms and beds, and information pertinent to the date and times you may move into your new housing assignment. Once you arrive to campus in the Fall or Spring semester, you will also be required to sign your official Residence Hall and room condition form at check-in. We look forward to having you on campus.