Our 40-acre campus is located within the city limits of Cloquet, Minnesota. All land and buildings are State of Minnesota property. Our main academic building is approximately 155,000 square feet. The original portion opened in 1992, and additions were completed in 2003 and 2007. The campus Residence Hall is approximately 27,000 square feet with apartment-style living space for almost 100 students and was completed in 1999. The approximate investment is more than $25 million in building funds through the State of Minnesota bonding programs for campus construction. The estimated replacement value is $100 million.

Campus facilities are maintained by our Facilities and Maintenance Department. Please contact the department for more information or assistance.

Mark Bernhardson, Physical Plant Director



Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College allows the use of classrooms and campus space to non-campus groups when space is available. Groups interested in requesting space should contact the individuals listed below and submit a completed Request to Use Facilities Form as far in advance of the proposed date as possible.

Click on the following Room Schedules link to check for space availability.

Room Schedules

Printable Request to Use Facilities Form

For classroom and amphitheater space/rental inquiries, contact Faith Romanek at 218-879-0800 or faith.romanek*AT*fdltcc.edu.



For gymnasium space/rental inquiries, contact Laura Sylvester at 218-879-0822 or lsylvester*AT*fdltcc.edu. Click on the following link to check for space availability.

Gymnasium Schedule


It is awesome here at the FDLTCC Education Program because it is like a family here, if you need help or are struggling with anything, you have quite a few people who will help you out.

My favorite thing about FDLTCC is the people. I’ve met fantastic students, faculty and staff who go above and beyond what I expected.

I chose FDLTCC because of its size and the curriculum. When I first came here in 2019, I was just looking for what I needed to volunteer, perhaps in a crisis shelter. I met with Don Jarvinen, and the rest is history.