Heritage: Suite-style Residence Hall
Heritage Hall is the first suite-style housing unit at UMN Crookston. Completed in January 2013, Heritage Hall offers 35, two-bedroom suites for primarily freshman and sophomore students. The suites are equipped with one bathroom (including separate shower, toilet, and vanity areas), a fully-furnished living/study room, and two mini refrigerators. Heritage Hall also offers several study lounges, two exercise areas, four communal kitchens, four laundry facilities, a recreation room with pool and game tables, and an elevator. Heritage Hall is built with an emphasis on sustainability, water efficiency, energy efficiency and environmental quality and innovation. Lastly, Heritage Hall includes a large, 100 seat, multi-purpose classroom that is utilized throughout the school year with academic courses and events.
Location on Campus
Heritage Hall's primary location is on the southwest side of the University of Minnesota Crookston campus. The building is located west of Evergreen Hall and southwest of Centennial Hall.
University of Minnesota Crookston
2900 University Ave
Crookston, MN 56716
Perks of living here
Who Lives Here
Heritage Hall is an suite-style living and learning community that typically houses first-year and second-year students.
Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 Semester Rates
4 occupants per apartment
|Room Type||Cost Per Semester|
|Single Rooms||Single room accommodations may be available for an additional cost of $859/semester, pending availability.|
Social Fee - $20/semester
Construction began in late summer of 2012 and was completed in 2013. The building was dedicated on April 18, 2013, as part of the inauguration ceremonies for UMC’s fifth chancellor, Fred Wood. The dedication was attended by six members of the U of M Board of Regents and by U of M President Eric Kaler.
The name Heritage Hall was suggested by Rose Ulseth, an alum and member of the staff of the Office of Development & Alumni Relations. The name Heritage Hall suggests that something has been passed down from prior generations and acknowledges the rich history and evolution of the campus. It is meant to be inclusive of the various institutions that have shared the Crookston campus since 1906: the Northwest School of Agriculture, a residential high school from 1906-1968; the U of M Technical Institute (renamed the U of M Crookston in 1988), a 2-year college which opened in1966; and today's comprehensive University of Minnesota Crookston, which began offering bachelor's degrees in the fall of 1993. Throughout the building there are images and design elements that call back over the years this campus has provided educational service to the region and state.