Dogwood Hall

Exterior photo of Dogwood Hall

Dogwood Hall, part of the affectionately student-named HawLeWood complex (along with Hawthorn and Galena halls), is named for the Missouri State tree. The southern-most building in the three-building complex, Dogwood opened to students in 2009 and houses approximately 175 students. The hall offers several FIG and Learning Community options and works with the other HawLeWood buildings to enhance living, learning and social opportunities throughout the complex.

HawLeWood is located in the bustling center of campus, just steps from the Mizzou Rec Center and Stankowski Field and a short walk from Strickland Hall, the School of Nursing, the Arts & Science building and the MU Student Center. Students have multiple dining options offered by Campus Dining Services including Mizzou Market Hitt Street, Sabai (a take-out location featuring Asian cuisine that is currently closed and will reopen Fall 2014), and Rollins DIning or Plaza 900 for an all-you-care-to-eat dining option. Check out the links for more information on FIG/LC options, amenities, location and more!

Communities In This Hall (Academic Year 2014-2015)

Floor 4

FIG: 023 Health Professions, 6 M 14 F
TLC: Four Winds, 12 M 7 F


Floor 3

FIG: 022 Health Professions, 8 M 12 F
TLC: Four Winds, 11 M 7 F


Floor 2

FIG: 021 Health Professions, 10 M 10 F
TLC: Four Winds, 8 M 10 F


Floor 1

FIG: 020 Health Professions, 10 M 10 F
TLC: Four Winds, 3 M 9 F


Community descriptions for Dogwood Hall

Four Winds TLC
Four Winds focuses attention on promoting awareness of various programs in the School of Health and networking through community-wide events. We adhere to the Woodland Native Americans concepts, which focuses on the four areas of whole human health.

*Please note: These numbers provide a general picture of how space is divided up in a hall. They show the available spaces on a floor for ALL students, both incoming and current, and do NOT reflect whether a space is open or filled. All data is subject to change.