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The historic President's House is located on the beautiful campus of Valley City State University.  The university is pleased to offer the President's House as a Guest Inn facility.  This magnificently preserved home, built in 1901, served as the home for VCSU presidents and their families from 1921-1993.

The President's House is available for special events: bridal showers, business meetings, family gatherings, and retreats.  The home offers full dining privileges: brunch, lunch, and dinner for ten to forty people.  Several local caterers are also available.

The main floor of the home contains a vestibule, entrance hall with the grand stairs, kitchen, dining room, gentlemen's room, parlor with fireplace, and music room with an antique player piano.  There is an open front porch with seating and a screened in porch on the back of the home.  The second floor has four bedrooms, a maids room with bed and the servant's staircase, as well as one and 1/2 baths.  The third floor has an additional bedroom for large groups.  An additional toilet and shower are located in the basement.

 

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Special Event Pricing

(use of the main floor and bathrooms)

$35.00
- 4 hours
$60.00
- 6 hours
$100.00
- 12 hours

 

Guest Inn Pricing

(kitchen available)

$75.00
- a room per night
$200.00
- entire home per night
$175.00
- per night for two or more consecutive nights
$1000.00
- entire home per seven-day week

 

(All prices are subject to change without notice and do not include applicable tax. A deposit will be required.)

 

The President's House is maintained by VCSU Facilities Services staff and is governed by an advisory committee of college and community volunteers.  We would appreciate any suggestions and comments that would help us make your visit more pleasant.

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For "presidential accommodations" call the VCSU Student Center at 
701-845-7122 or toll free 1-800-532-8641 or via email.

 

 

Site created by Mary Jo Steffes and maintained by the President's House Preservation Society, a North Dakota non-profit corporation

copyright 2001-2007 (Updated March 18, 2007)