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.
The traditional halls include singles, doubles, triples, and quads. There are 6 traditional residence halls on campus. Memorial Hall, Moore Hall, and Thomas Hall house first-year students while Kelley Hall, Finney Hall, and Patton Hall house upperclass students.
Houses men and women on alternate floors, First-Year
Houses men, first-year only
Houses women, first-year only
Houses men and women. Top floor is co-ed, upperclass
Houses women and men on alternate floors, upperclass
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.
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.