Grand View offers four residential options, from traditional residence halls to suite-style and apartment living. A new student apartment building, the L Apartments, opened in the fall of 2011. Click HERE to view floor plans. Click NEXT through the tour to see architectural renderings. iPIX Tour (Hull Apartments). iPIX Tour (Langrock Suites).
Video tour of campus.
Student Residences Map
The Hull Apartments, with a capacity of 111 students, opened in the Fall of 2003. Preference is given to upper class students and those who already have lived in Grand View residence halls. The apartment units, which hold four, five or six people, provide a setting that gives you the ability to live within a small community and still have the larger campus environment around you.
Hull Apartments Living Room
Each furnished apartment has two bathrooms, a full kitchen, a living room/dining room and an individual bedroom for each resident. Laundry facilities are located on each floor, and the common lounge is equipped with a big-screen TV and kitchen.
Hull Apartments Kitchen
Hull Apartment residents are required to have a five-meal plan with the campus dining service, but the apartment kitchens provide all the amenities of home, so you can cook or bake anything you like. Those of you who want to live in an apartment but don’t enjoy cooking, can upgrade your account and head to the nearby Cafeteria in Knudsen Hall more often.
Nielsen Hall, a three-story facility built in 1968, is home to 120 students who live in single and doubles rooms, some with baths. The hall is located at the east end of campus, between Knudsen Hall and the Apartments. This hall is named in recognition of former president Ernest Nielsen and his wife, Frances.
Both men and women live in Nielsen Hall. The lower level of the building has laundry facilities as well as a newly renovated game and recreation room. There are lounges on each floor, perfect for talking to friends or holding meetings. Students who are a part of nPod, Grand View's nursing living-learning community live on first floor of Nielsen Hall and often hold meetings and gatherings in the lounge.
Nielsen Hall Room
Students are encouraged to personalize their Nielsen Hall rooms, which have Internet and cable television access. Residents are required to have a 15-or 20-meal plan for on-campus dining.
Bud's Place, in the lower level of Nielsen Hall, sports a variety of recreational options. Pool tables, electronic shuffleboard, big screen TVs, a snack bar and more make Bud's Place the perfect spot for a break between classes or an evening with friends.
Knudsen Hall, renovated in 2004, houses 130 students -- both men and women -- on three floors. This hall, located at 1500 Morton, was completed in 1964 and named in honor of former president Johannes Knudsen and his wife, Ellen. It has laundry facilities and a vending machine area. Internet and cable television are provided. Knudsen is connected to the Wellness Center by an indoor walkway, so when you live here, you don’t have to venture out in bad weather if you want to go exercise.
The Langrock Suites house sophomore and junior-level students. Each suite has two bedrooms, as well as a living area and a bathroom. All residents have access to a second floor laundry room. Students participate in a campus meal plan and eat in our dining facilities. The Suites are named after Karl Langrock, a former Grand View president, and his wife Rosemarie.
The L Apartments
In the fall of 2011, Grand View opened another student apartment building, this one housing 232 students. Click NEXT for photos of the rooms and floor plans.
L Apartment Living Room
The L Apartments have lots of living space.
L Apartments Kitchen
This L Apartments have full kitchens.
L Apartment Two-Bedroom Unit
The floor plan of a two-bedroom unit in the L Apartments.
L Apartment Four-Bedroom Unit
The floor plan of a typical four-bedroom unit in the L Apartments.
There are several food service options available. Knudsen Hall cafeteria is the main cafeteria on campus and offers full service dining;it is located in the lower level. Stacks is a supplemental food option for students on the meal plan. The deli provides sub sandwiches and some grill-style foods. Jensen Hall offers fresh pizzas and made-to-order pasta dishes.