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UND Swanson Hall University of North Dakota

UND Swanson Hall

University of North Dakota


Swanson Hall, on the campus of the University of North Dakota, was designed to one day be converted into a hotel. Until that time, it has become the University’s most popular residence hall. The building features a five-story skylit atrium with lounges located on each floor. The 104 room, 202-bed facility includes six rooms for the physically disabled and is connected to the campus’s Memorial Union.

The residence hall was designed to co-exist with nearby buildings, it’s plan allowing visual contact to the Union from a prominent campus street.

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Swanson Hall received a Chamber City Beautification Award.