At Mizzou, we call our buildings "residence halls" rather than "dorms." We do this because our buildings contain dynamic communities that contribute to each student's overall learning experience—intellectual, cultural, social, emotional, and spiritual. Our students do more than just sleep here. They LIVE here.
Our department is guided by the mission of the University, which is reflected in our own mission. The "living and learning" concept emphasizes learning, understanding, skill building, fostering inter-personal relationships through residence hall governance and educational, social, cultural, and recreational programs. In a residence hall environment, students share mutual obligations and learn respect for others.
Click on the photos below to learn more about each residence hall's unique living and learning style.