Summer living at the University of Minnesota Duluth provides low cost housing in campus apartments, easy access to great amenities like a newly updated fitness and recreation center, walking trails, a high-quality campus library and art museum, and dining services. The campus is tucked into the heart of Duluth, overlooking Lake Superior and minutes away from world-class recreational and cultural activities.
Each apartment has a kitchen, dining area, bathroom, and two bedrooms with two single beds in each room. Each apartment is furnished with a stove, full-size refrigerator, dining table and chairs, couch and chair, end table, desks and chairs, desk lamps, closet and dresser space, beds and mattresses, draperies and shower curtains. Apartments are not air-conditioned. Apartment layouts vary slightly in each building.
- Heaney Hall
- Oakland Apartments
Living on campus provides convenience and security. Each apartment complex has an office area that is open weekday evenings for mail service, to check out recreational and cleaning equipment, and to connect with the building staff. Each apartment complex also has free laundry facilities and free parking! Sorry, no pets or smoking are allowed on campus.
What is provided and what should I pack?
- Basic bed linens are provided.
- Cable television service is provided. You can rent a television or may bring your own. (If you bring your own, you'll also need to bring a coaxial cable!)
- Wireless Internet service is provided for your wireless laptop and devices.
- Telephone service is not provided. You are encouraged to bring your own cell phone.
- Summer residents need to bring all personal items including towels, cell phones, fans, clothes hangers and laundry supplies, microwaves, coffee makers, cooking and eating items.
Summer Resident Handbook
Summer Senior residents are expected to follow all UMD Policies and Procedures for living on campus, located in our UMD Housing & Residence Life Guidebook. For specific information about summer policies, please see the Summer Addendum on page 39 of the Housing Guidebook.
As part of the program, Summer Senior residents may use the campus recreational facilities and library. The campus is also home to walking trails, dining services, a city bus hub, an art museum and even a historic estate.
Voted Outside Magazine’s 2014 “Best Town Ever”, Duluth overlooks Lake Superior and minutes away from world-class recreational and cultural activities. UMD is a great “base camp” to explore all the area has to offer.
Average high temperatures are 66°F in June and 75°F in July.. The wide expanse of Lake Superior causes the “lake effect” with cooler summer temperatures and warmer winter temperatures than the surrounding area. It’s truly “cooler by the lake”.