Dickinson State University’s Pulver Hall has served as an office building for the state and county for the past 30 years. Originally built in 1967, the building was a men’s dorm for many years. The renovation by Roers turned the building into the Theodore Roosevelt digital libraries and dormitories.
Originally built in 1967, Pulver Hall was used as a male only dormitory, and in later years was repurposed into an office building and has been used as that ever since. The new Lowman Walton Hall is now housing the Theodore Roosevelt Center, which does digitizing of the 26th President of the United States. On the upper two levels of the building, there are suites that have been re-converted into modern dorm rooms to house students. The first two floors are used for the digital library. The third floor is classrooms and offices. The fifth and sixth floors are used for housing for approximately 66 students.