Summer Housing

Residential Life hosts summer guests from Minnesota, across the country, and abroad as they participate in educational and athletic programs on campus and within the local community.

Short term housing is available on campus for participants of your summer camps, conferences and events during the months of June and July.

Linens are available for Camps and Conferences for an additional charge. Linens include 2 sheets, blanket, pillow case, pillow, towel and wash cloth.

Residential Halls

Case-Hill Hall

Case-Hill Hall is a recently renovated complex with two buildings connected by a large shared lobby. Centrally located on campus to commonly used buildings – academic classrooms, library and food services – students find it to be a great place for socializing and studying.

Case-Hill Hall Quick Facts

  • Rooms: 161
  • Floors: 4
  • Capacity: 322
  • Built: Case was built in 1964 and Hill in 1962 (renovations in 2014)

Lawrence Hall

Lawrence Hall is a historic and iconic building on our St. Cloud campus that houses students as well as the Department of Languages and Cultures, Education Abroad and the Center for International Studies. Constructed of brick and granite, many of its 50 renovated and air-conditioned rooms overlook the Mississippi River.

Lawrence Hall Quick Facts

  • Rooms: 50
  • Floors: 4
  • Capacity: 100
  • Built: 1905

Mitchell Hall

Mitchell Hall is a special place to live on campus with a view of the Mississippi River from many rooms. A lawn and sand volleyball court on its east side is known by many as "Mitchell Beach" and enjoyed by students in the fall and spring.

Mitchell Hall Quick Facts

  • Rooms: 238
  • Floors: 4
  • Capacity: 325
  • Built: 1957-59

Shoemaker Hall

Shoemaker Hall is a three-wing building with four floors, Edwardian era charm, and 21st century amenities. Located on a hill at the south end of campus near our athletic facilities, Shoemaker hall boasts an unobstructed view of the Mississippi River and open skies from many areas of the building.

Students are able to enjoy and utilize a 24-hour technology lab, air-conditioning in east and west wings, quiet study areas throughout the building, and a large recreation room with billiards, ping-pong and foosball.

Shoemaker Hall Quick Facts

  • Rooms: 214
  • Floors: 4
  • Capacity: 428
  • Built: 1915 (renovations in 1960 and 2014)



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