The Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Project now has a home on the Dickinson State University campus.
The project's board approved the site this morning.
It will take the place on where the rodeo grounds are.
The Roughrider Commission has another spot in mind to rebuild the rodeo grounds.
The library will also be a museum to celebrate Roosevelt's life.
"I think that this is going to be a great addition to the community, I think its going to be a great addition to north dakota and dickinson state university. I think it is going to be a point of pride for this community and this university to have it on campus," said Sen. Rich Wardner, Teddy Roosevelt Presidential Library board member.
The board still needs to find start-up funding for the project.