Residence Life at Valley City State University
McCoy Hall sits in close proximity to the new Center for the Arts and is VCSU’s single-gender female hall.
Single – $1,782.00* per semester
Double – $1,271.50* per semester
*prices listed are for the 2022-23 academic year only
McCoy Hall sits directly southwest of the new Center for the Arts building, nestled in the corner of Viking Drive and 4th Avenue SW. Its three floors can be reached by stairs, and each has a lounge, a washer and dryer, a room to dispose of trash, and a kitchenette. The first floor has a full kitchen, and there’s a pool table in the lobby immediately upon entrance. McCoy floors are typically split among single-room and double-room residents.
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McCoy Hall resident
McCoy Hall has a built-in community with a weekly activity, such as movie nights or Mario Cart games. Everyone was immediately friends which was a welcoming feeling. The price of a room in the residence halls is more reasonable than the cost of most apartments, and it’s right on campus – the furthest walk being five minutes which is really nice when it’s -10 degrees out!
- Single-gender female hall
- Communal layout – bathrooms per floor
- 116 beds available
- 1-2 residents per room
- Air conditioning in hallways
- Daily bathroom cleaning
- Clothing storage
- Lounges with televisions
- Exercise room
- Pool table
- Wireless internet
- Printing center
- Cable TV
- Free laundry
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I am currently a Hall Director for Residence Life at VCSU. I love that living in the residence halls gives students the opportunity to come together and create an inviting atmosphere. The residence halls are a great way for residents to meet other students and create lifelong relationships!