Hoyum HallHoyum Hall, built in 1965, was partially funded through a gift of land from Jacob Hoyum, a retired farmer from rural Havre, Montana, in memory of his wife and son. Hoyum houses 231 freshman and upperclass men and women on separate wings.
Rooms: The rooms are two-person rooms with the exception of one single on each floor. Each room is furnished with beds (80'' x 39''), built-in wardrobe, dressers, mirror, fixed desks, chairs, bookshelves, study lamps, curtains, and internet and cable television access.
Information desk: The hall information desk is located in the main lobby and is open from 16 p.m. - 6 a.m. each day. The desk staff monitor the building as well as making change and checking out equipment for residents.
Lounges: The main lobby provides a waiting area for students and guests and includes a couches and a TV. A coed lounge on the lower level is furnished with comfortable chairs, couches and tables, as well as a TV lounge. The main lounge is accessible 24 hours each day.
Study areas: Study tables and chairs are available in the laundry room and lower lounge. There is also a computer lab in the lower lounge.
Kitchen: The kitchen, located just off the lounge in the lower level, is furnished with a refrigerator, a range, a microwave oven, a table and chairs.
Laundry facilities: The laundry room, located on the lower level, is furnished with automatic commercial washers and dryers, clotheslines and ironing boards. Students must furnish their own irons.
Cleaning equipment: Assorted cleaning utensils are located in the utility room of each floor. Vacuum cleaners may be checked out at the desk.
Storage room: A storage room is located on the lower level of the hall for storage of suitcases and other seldom-used items. Contact a staff member to make arrangements for its use. The college does not assume liability for items stored in the storage room. Also, items which are unmarked, or unclaimed for two years, will be donated to local charities or otherwise disposed of.