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Residence Halls

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Legacy Hall is our Living Learning Program residence hall.

Opening in August 2016, Legacy Hall is our newest co-ed residence hall and includes a number of living-learning programs.  This area primarily houses a mix of freshmen and sophomores and has been designed to help students fully maximize their experience at Midwestern State University. 

 Following a “super-suite” model, students residing in Legacy Hall live in one of 16 communities throughout the building. Each community houses between 29 and 34 students in a mix of single and double-occupancy rooms. For maximum student comfort, double occupancy rooms include a partial privacy wall.

Private bathrooms are located throughout the community with a ratio of one bathroom for every five students. In addition, each community shares a community lounge and study room. Lounges include full kitchens and space to study and socialize with friends.

Legacy Hall is also home to the community multipurpose area on the first floor.  All residential students have access to the spacious area where programming spaces, recreational commons, an outdoor plaza, postal mailboxes, and a convenience store are located. 


  

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Killingsworth Hall is our freshman/sophomore female residence hall.

Re-opened in the Fall of 2004 after a complete renovation, Killingsworth Hall is the largest residence hall on campus.  Killingsworth is a six-story, 301 bed exclusively female hall located adjacent to the Clark Student Center.

Resident rooms include  furniture, carpet and amenities such as Micro Fridge units, vanity with sink, digital cable and phone hookups for each resident (including voice mail) and WiFi.

Killingsworth Hall also features private bathrooms as opposed to traditional community washrooms for added privacy and comfort.  The Office of Residence Life employs one staff member for every 25 residents in Killingsworth Hall to assure a safe and comfortable living environment.

Semi Private (2 residents are assigned to this room type)

Standard twin beds are adjustable.  Beds can be raised to a height of 33-1/2 inches to allow for storage underneath.  The lowest setting is 3-1/2".

Each resident is provided with a desk and chair.  The desk is two feet deep and four feet wide.  Each closet is 70" wide and 8' high.  A spring rod may be used for the closet door.  The windows are 52" high and 36" wide.  Mini blinds are provided. 

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Pierce Hall is our freshman/sophomore male residence hall.

Pierce Hall is a three story all male, 227 bed facility adjacent to Mustangs Walk.

 Features of this hall include a large lobby and television lounge on the first floor as well as a full sized kitchen.  Two large laundry facilities are available for resident use as well as several private study carrels and group study rooms.  The second floor offers a large recreational and game area as well as big screen television lounge and small kitchen area.

Each room features MicroFridge units, vanity with sink and semi-private living arrangements.  Air conditioning, private phone lines complete with voice mail.  Cable TV service and WiFi.

Pierce Hall features private bathrooms as opposed to traditional community washrooms to provide residents with enhanced comfort and privacy in their residence hall community.

 The service desk located in the hall provides 24-hour access for checking-out games, equipment, cleaning supplies, and other services students may need.  Free copies of USA Today, and The Wichita Falls Times-Record News are available across from the office each weekday morning.

Beds are twin extra long.

 Each resident is provided with a desk and chair.  The desk is two feet deep and four feet wide.  Each closet is 70" wide and 8' high.  A spring rod may be used for the closet door.  The windows are 52" high and 36" wide.  Mini blinds are provided.

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McCullough-Trigg Hall is a freshman/sophomore residence hall featuring suite-style housing. 

A number of living-learning programs are housed in McCullough Trigg, including the Redwine Honors Program, SOAR, and our transfer student community

These living/learning environments allow students to live, study, and socialize together. Students also participate in out-of-class learning opportunities, often inviting faculty and staff to the floor to discuss course work and or current events.  If you are interested in living in any of these communities, please contact the Office of Residence Life for more information.

 Students in McCullough-Trigg live together, learn from each other, and share common academic interests. Living here will connect you with your peers and help you perform better in class by concentrating on events with staff and faculty that are relevant to your interests.

McCullough-Trigg is a six story, 152 bed, co-ed facility.

 Features of this hall include six lounges with TV and cable, a kitchen for fixing "midnight munchies," Microfridge Units in each suite, washers and dryers and wireless internet.

The service desk located in the hall provides access for checking-out games, equipment, cleaning supplies,  and other services which the resident student may require. Free copies of USA Today, and The Wichita Falls Times-Record News are available across from the office each weekday morning.

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