Hall is named after Dr. Earl Roadman, who was Morningside
College's President from 1936-1956. Roadman Hall is capable
of housing 248 students.
Hall is subdivided into nine dynamic "halls," three
of which have special interest themes:
*3rd North Long - male freshmen floor
*2nd North Long - female freshman floor
*Ground South - female wellness floor
*1st South - male wellness floor
*wellness apartment floor
Roadman is the Right Choice because...
It is a popular hang-out on campus
Great small group study lounges
Integrated living learning environment
No hills between you and your classes
Awesome formal lounge for community gatherings
Closest to the Cafeteria and Buck's (snack bar)
Well equipped and most used game room on campus
South wing was remodeled in 2005
Rooms in Roadman South are air conditioned
Roadman North Room
Roadman South Room
As an early part of Morningside College's effort to integrate academics, learning, and the students' living environment, Roadman Hall also houses the campus computer center and includes a state-of-the-art "smart" classroom.
All of Morningside's residence halls provide vending machines, free computer printing centers, and low-cost laundry facilities.