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I lived in the KnuHa dorm building for three years. I have so many amazing memories from living on a hall with 15–30 other girls; it was like I got a new group of sisters each year! I love that I could run next door and borrow a pan for cooking, have random movie nights, ask a hall mate for help in a class, laugh at ridiculous YouTube videos, pray together, be challenged together, and grow together.
KnuHa Hall Resident

KnuHa provides a comfortable living environment and fun community for women. KnuHa is on the third floor above both Knutson Hall and Hartill Hall, which are adjacent to the Robertson Student Center.

  • Adjacent to the student center, which includes a fireplace, game rooms, 24-hour fitness area, and the Eagle’s Nest dining area
  • Shuttle transportation available
  • On-campus parking by permit only
Residence layout: efficiency-apartment style
  • One floor (for women)
  • 2-4 female students per unit
  • Kitchenette and bathroom in each room

*Room layouts may vary. The layout below does not capture every variety of room in Hartill.

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Floorplan of Hartill, Knuha, and Knutson rooms
KnuHa dorm room
KnuHa dorm room
KnuHa dorm room
KnuHa dorm room
KnuHa dorm room kitchen
KnuHa dorm room vanity
KnuHa dorm room bathroom


From the north:
Follow I-35E South to Hwy. 36 West. Exit onto Snelling Ave North to the third stop light, Lydia Ave, and turn left.
From the south:
Follow I-35W North to Hwy 36 East. Exit onto Snelling Ave North to the third stop light, Lydia Ave, and turn left.
From the east:
Follow Hwy 36 West to Snelling Ave North. At the third stop light, Lydia Ave, turn left.
From the west/northwest:
Follow I-494/I-694 East to Snelling Ave and exit South. At the first stop light, Lydia Ave, turn right.
From the airport by car:
Follow I-494 west to I-35W north to Hwy 36 east. Exit on Snelling Ave north. Turn left at the third stoplight, Lydia Ave.


Knutson/Hartill/KnuHa/Moyer (Lot A) is reserved 24 hours a day for students with valid parking permits specific to those residence halls. All residence hall visitors and overnight guests are required to obtain a free visitor parking pass from Public Safety. Overnight residence hall guests can park their vehicles in the residence lot with a visitors pass.


This location is accessible to wheelchairs, and has a handicap door button and a ramp at the main entrance.

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