Hudson Hall

Exterior photo of Hudson Hall

Hudson Hall was renovated and then reopened in 2010 to house 420 male and female residents in traditional-style rooms. Several FIG and Learning Community options are available in this bustling community of highly involved students. The hall is actively building traditions and daily creating opportunities for students to get involved academically and socially on campus.

Hudson is part of the Rollins Group and shares common space with Gillett Hall in adjacent Rollins Hall. Rollins Hall houses the main information desk, student mailboxes, main lounge, study/meeting areas, and computing space for both Hudson and Gillett. The group of bulidings is near the College of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources, Physics, Chemistry, Life Sciences Center and a short walk from the MU Student Center. Rollins Dining, operated by Campus Dining Services, is a favorite spot to dine and includes the Rollins Late Night take-out option. Other dining options, such as Sabai (a take-out location featuring Asian cuisine that is currently closed and will reopen Fall 2014) and Plaza 900, are a short walk away. Check out the links for more information on FIG/LC options, amenities, location and more!

Communities In This Hall (Academic Year 2014-2015)

Floor 7

FIG: 055 Natural Resources , 10 M 10 F
FIG: 056 Storm Chasers , 12 M 8 F
TLC: Natural Resources, 16 M 1 F


Floor 6

FIG: 054 Hospitality Management, 8 M 12 F
Hudson GLC: 29 M 7 F

Floor 5

Hudson GLC: 19 M 38 F

Floor 4

Hudson GLC: 19 M 38 F

Floor 3

FIG: 052 Engineering, 14 M 4 F
FIG: 053 Engineering, 16 M 4 F
TLC: Engineering, 10 M 10 F


Floor 2

FIG: 050 Engineering, 14 M 4 F
FIG: 051 Women in the STEM Fields, 0 M 14 F
TLC: Engineering, 23 M 1 F


Floor 1

FIG: 048 Engineering, 16 M 4 F
FIG: 049 Engineering, 14 M 4 F
TLC: Engineering, 8 M 10 F


Community descriptions for Hudson Hall

Engineering TLC
Engineering community members are dedicated to exploring different disciplines within the College of Engineering. They also have the opportunity to explore engineering activities, organizations, and resources.
Natural Resources TLC
Residents learn about the natural world by exploring things such as how a cave is created, how tornados form or preserving biodiversity. You will have opportunities to visit local forests, parks, and gardens and network with NR professionals.
Hudson GLC
This community focuses not on one single area of academics, but rather on the broad range of interests that our residents have. Students are from all class levels and backgrounds and will work on getting students involved and building traditions.

*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.