The Office of Residence Life, in support of the Morningside College mission, seeks to enhance student learning and development through programs and curriculum, while providing a safe, comfortable, and inclusive living environment for all students.
93% of Morningside's full-time Freshmen live on campus.
70% of Morningside's full-time students live on campus.
Why should you live on-campus?
Morningside College Students choose to live on campus because:
- They live close to classes.
- They make lots of friends.
- They find it easier to get involved in organizations and activities on campus.
- There are always activities going on in the residence halls.
- The cafeteria is close by.
- They get the full college experience.
- They get better grades.
Students have a variety of housing options available to them in Morningside's six residence halls. Residence halls vary in size from 30 students to 350 students. Each residence hall has its own character and spirit, and its own distinct advantages.
Traditional Residence Halls
Each of Morningside's three traditional halls are are split in to smaller floors/wings. Morningside's traditional residence halls offer amenities such as kitchens, game rooms, TV lounges, study lounges, laundry rooms and vending. Morningside's three traditional residence halls are Roadman Hall, Dimmitt Hall,
and the Residence Complex (The "Plex").
Apartment Style Residence Halls
Morningside College offers three new apartment style residence halls designed around the housing needs of upper-class students. Each apartment offers a kitchenette, bathroom facilities, and private living room. Each complex offers laundry and study areas. Poppen Hall and Waitt Hall opened in 2003. Lags Hall, opened in 2007, is the only hall on campus that offers single bedrooms and home to the Morningside College
Themed Housing Options
Freshman Floors Wellness Floors Greek Floors Leadership Academy Academic Excellence
Front Desks Programming & Activites Residence Hall Linen's program