We’re located in Grand Forks, in northeastern North Dakota. Here’s how to get here by car. (You can also come by plane, train, or bus.)
In your GPS, try looking for “West Hall, UND, Grand Forks ND 58202”. Or, here’s a map and directions with up-to-date details that your GPS may not have. Especially, note that part of University Avenue is closed for summer 2019, so you have to approach West Hall from the west.
Drive to Grand Forks on Interstate 29 (north-south) or U.S. Highway 2 (east-west).
From the north on Interstate 29: Take the exit for U.S. Highway 2, turn left (east), and then follow the directions in the next paragraph for coming from the west on U.S. Highway 2.
From the west on U.S. Highway 2: Go east past I-29 to 42nd St. Go south on 42nd to University Ave, then follow the directions for University Avenue below.
From the south on Interstate 29: Take the Demers exit, turn right (east) on Demers. 42nd Street is the first light, turn left (north) there and cross the railroad tracks. Go north on 42nd to University Avenue and turn right (east), then follow the directions for University Avenue below.
From the east on U.S. Highway 2: Go past Columbia Rd., and turn left on Stanford Rd. Go south to University Avenue and turn left (east). Then follow the directions for University Avenue below.
Once you’re on University Avenue: Continue to West Hall, which is located just east of Stanford Rd. and just west of a small stream (see map). There is a small parking lot in front of West Hall with loading zone spaces where you can park while you check in and unload.
If you’re driving, please plan to arrive between 9:00am and 9:00pm. If you plan to drive into Grand Forks later, please make arrangements with a friend to let you in, or plan to spend the night in a motel. If you’re unexpectedly delayed past 9:00pm, call us at 800-292-1621 and we might be able to arrange someone to let you in.
You will be able to park in a UND parking lot near the residence hall. UND charges a parking fee (see our costs detail page) for the summer.
If you want to share a ride to Grand Forks with someone, we have a private, online ride board available. (See contact information to ask how to access it.)