Residence Life

Traditional Halls

There are multiple housing styles available at Muskingum University including traditional residence halls, stand-alone houses, townhouses, and Greek Housing. First-year students have options within the traditional halls. As students progress at Muskingum, additional housing options become available.

Traditional Halls

The traditional halls include singles, doubles, triples, and quads. Memorial Hall, Moore Hall, Stadium Heights, and Thomas Hall house first-year students while Kelley Hall and Patton Hall house upper-class students. Circle 220 and Circle 240 will be used for either upper-class or first-year housing depending on occupancy needs.

First Year

Thomas Hall

Houses male-identifying and female-identifying students on alternate floors. First-years only. Typical rooms measure 11’-8’’ by 12’-5’’.

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Memorial Hall

Houses male-identifying students. First-years only. Typical rooms measure 12’ by 13’-9’’.

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Moore Hall

Houses female-identifying students. First-years only. Typical rooms measure 12’-2’’ by 12’-5’’.

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Stadium Heights

Houses male-identifying and female-identifying students on alternate floors. First-years only. Typical rooms measure 10’-11’’ by 14’-2’’.

Stadium Heights

 

Upperclass

Patton Hall

Houses male-identifying and female-identifying students on alternate floors; top floor is co-ed by room. Upper-class.

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Kelley Hall

Houses male-identifying and female-identifying students on alternate floors. Upper-class. Typical rooms measure 11’-4’’ by 15’-5’’.

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Circle 220

Houses male-identifying and female-identifying students on alternate floors. Year of students in residence will depend on housing occupancy needs. Typical rooms measure 11’ by 14’.

Circle 220

 

Circle 240

Houses male-identifying and female-identifying students on alternate floors. Year of students in residence will depend on housing occupancy needs. Typical rooms measure 11’ by 14’.

Circle 240

 

Alternate Housing Options

Muskingum provides independent living options including the Lakeside Houses and Townhouses. Students may select a group of friends to live in these houses with in a more independent lifestyle than a traditional hall provides.

Greek Housing

Most of the Greek organizations on campus have the opportunity to live together in a house or hall on campus. Each organization has a different style of housing. Some live in stand alone houses, while others have a floor or hall within a traditional hall that they live on. Students who are fully active Greek members may live in their Greek Housing. Students may not live in Greek Housing until they are sophomores.

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