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The University of Sioux Falls has six residence halls which provide the opportunity to live, interact and share with people of differing backgrounds, interests and values.   


Bill & Marian Sullivan Faith & Living Center 
sullivan_hall.jpgCompleted in 2005, Sullivan is USF's newest and largest residence hall, housing up to 180 sophomore, junior and senior students.  Large rooms (14'9" by 11') with air-conditioning, in-room sink, lofted beds as well as desks and dressers provide maximum comfort.

Burgess Hall

burgess_hall.jpgWarren W. Burgess Hall is an all male residence hall located near the Stewart Center that houses up to 116 residents. Burgess has a new air conditioned lounge, a kitchen, a ping pong table and is wi-fi accessible. Burgess rooms measure 11'8" by 12'8" and come with desks and dressers along with two twin beds.

Grand Island Hall
grand_island_hall.jpgWith capacity for 122 female residents, Grand Island is USF's largest underclassmen dormitory. A large central lounge and kitchen area promote a lively atmosphere, though each individual floor has their own smaller lounge as well. GI rooms are 11'2" wide and 15'3" long and feature built-in storage closets, desks, and shelving.

Kroske Hall
kroske_hall.jpgJohn W. Kroske Hall is USF's only co-ed underclassmen dormitory, housing 78 male and female students at capacity. Men occupy rooms on first floor, while women live on the second and third floors. This residence hall has central lounges, a kitchen facility, direct access to a computer lab and a great sense of community. Kroske rooms are 12'10" wide by 10' long and feature lofted beds as well as storage closets and desks. 

Collier Baker Hall
collier_baker.jpgFinished in 2001, Mary Collier Baker Hall is an apartment style residence hall that provides housing for both men and women. Each fully furnished two-bedroom apartment is equipped for four people and comes complete with a kitchenette and bathroom/shower.


Patterson Hall

patterson_hall.jpgUSF's Patterson Hall features unfurnished one and two bedroom apartment-style living units that are designed for married students and graduate assistants. These units offer independent living with the convenience of an on-campus location.  Due to the nature of this housing environment, Patterson residents are allowed to stay on campus during educational breaks.