Skyberg: Traditional Residence Hall

Skyberg is a 3-story co-ed residence hall living and learning community primarily for first and second year students.  It contains mostly double rooms with a few triple rooms.  Each floor has a multipurpose lounge with TV, kitchenette and the building contains 2 laundry facilities.  In addition there is a billiards room and foosball table.  This hall features limited facilities for handicapped students.

Location on Campus

Skyberg Hall on campus map

Skyberg Hall's primary location is on the southeast side of the University of Minnesota Crookston campus. The building is located south of the Wellness Center and Sports Center, east of Centennial Hall and northwest of Evergreen Hall.

Skyberg Hall
University of Minnesota Crookston
2900 University Ave
Crookston, MN 56716

Virtual Tour of Skyberg Hall

Perks of living here

    • Each floor has a lounge, study areas and a kitchenette. Game rooms available.

    • Three wings and 3 floors of single, double and triple rooms (a common 2-person room is 12' x 15')

    • Cable TV access

    • Communal bathrooms on each floor

    • Laundry facilities - leave your quarters at home, laundry is included!

    • Limited options for accessible rooms

    Two twin XL beds
    Two desks and two desk chairs
    Two night stands
    Two closets
    One mini-refrigerator

    Skyberg Hall is a co-ed residence hall living and learning community primarily for first and second year students.

    Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 Semester Rates

    2-3 Occupants/Room

    Room Type Cost Per Semester
    Room Only $1,989/semester
    Single Rooms Single room accommodations may be available for an additional cost of $859/semester, pending availability.


    Social Fee - $20/semester


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    Building History

    Herman Skyberg
    Herman Skyberg

    Skyberg Hall opened as a residence hall in the fall of 1971. Cost of the structure at that time was approximately $1.5 million. The building is named after Herman Skyberg, a 1916 NWSA graduate who went on to become a University of Minnesota Regent.

    Herman Skyberg was one of the first potato growers in the Red River Valley, and was a key player in developing area farm organizations and cooperatives in the 1920s and 30s. Skyberg died in 1968 while serving his fourth six-year term as a University regent.

    Skyberg considered his work in helping establish UMC one of his major life accomplishments. He believed the development of higher education in rural communities had suffered because of its metropolitan emphasis.