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Residence Life at Valley City State University

A bedroom in McCoy
McCoy Hall

McCoy Hall sits in close proximity to the new Center for the Arts and is VCSU’s single-gender female hall.

kelby gjovik

Kelby Gjovik

McCoy Hall resident

My favorite part about living in the dorms is making new friends and meeting all the other people in the dorms. Throughout all four residence halls on campus the RA’s put on events to get people involved and are always a lot of fun. In McCoy, the lounges on each floor are a great spot to either work on homework or hang out with friends. The quiet atmosphere also makes it easy to work on homework in the dorms without having to go anywhere else.

Quick Info

  • 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

McCoy Hall dorm room with students

Contact Residence Life

Dianna Hnatiw

Dianna Hnatiw

Hall Director


Office Location
  • 230 Viking Drive SW

Living on campus in the residence halls holds some of my fondest memories from college. Nothing beats the proximity to campus and being surrounded by friends all the time. While my main priority is making sure residents are safe and have a safe, welcoming space to call home, I also want them to have fun and make wonderful memories here!