We're PaveK and We Know It (RA Video Pavek Hall 2011-2012 NDSU)
NDSU Pavek Hall High Rise Reppelling
Pavek Hall Watermelon Day 2012
Pavek Hall RA Pals 2011-2012
Pavek Hall is the newest of the four high-rise residence halls on the campus of North Dakota State University (NDSU) in Fargo, ND. The $3.9 million project was finished in 1987 and is located on the southwest corner of the quadrangle of high-rise residence halls. The building is suite-style, where four or five residents share a bathroom between their rooms. At nine stories tall, it is one of the tallest buildings in the area. Average occupancy is around 280 students. Pavek is traditionally an upperclassmen hall, but in 2015 will have a mixture of freshmen and upperclassmen residents. The hall is co-ed with suites alternating between men and women on every floor. The first floor has accommodations for individuals who require the assistance of a wheelchair, floors two through five are reserved for freshmen, while six through nine are reserved for upperclassmen. Pavek is also connected to the other four high-rises through tunnels that additionally connect Pavek to the West Dining Center, ACE tutoring, and a computer lab.