Centennial: Apartment-style Residence Hall
Centennial Hall is an apartment-style living and learning community with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. In addition to the standard amenities, each apartment also has a shared common living room area furnished with couch and a lounge chair; and a full kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, range-top stove and dishwasher. It also features a communal lobby with a flat screen TV and laundry facilities.
Location on Campus
Centennial Hall's primary location is on the southwest side of the University of Minnesota Crookston campus. The building is located south of the Wellness Center and southwest of the Sports Center, west of Skyberg Hall, northwest of Evergreen Hall and northeast of Heritage Hall.
University of Minnesota Crookston
2900 University Ave
Crookston, MN 56716
Perks of living here
Who Lives Here
Centennial Hall is an apartment-style living and learning community that typically houses upperclassmen (junior and seniors+).
Am I required to be on a meal plan if I live on campus? How do I decide the right meal plan for me?
Freshmen students (<24 credit hours) living on campus must select one of the top two meal plans. All first semester International students living on campus must also be on a meal plan. After that first semester the freshmen rule apply. All students living on campus in non-apartments (Skyberg & Heritage) must be on one of the top 4 plans. Commuters and students living on campus in apartments don't have to be on a meal plan, but can select any plan or purchase Eagle Bucks. You submit your meal plan choice on the housing contract. Questions about meal plans, please visit our Dining Services site.
Centennial: Fall 2023 and Spring 2024 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
Centennial Hall, aptly named for its construction during the campus centennial, was completed and ready for occupancy in fall 2006. Improvements and an expansion were made to what was originally called the Westside Apartment building. Westside was originally constructed in the fall of 1997, and with the 2006 expansion and updates, it is now a part of Centennial Hall.
The exterior of the building reflects the traditional maroon and gold of the University of Minnesota with its gold-colored brick and maroon hip roof. The building was dedicated on October 12, 2006, during a visit from the University of Minnesota Board of Regents and then U of M President Robert Bruininks.