South Hall opened in 2006 and houses approximately 340 students. It offers a dynamic Learning Communities and FIGs within its suite-style-living environment that emphasize academic success along with multiple opportunities for social interaction. South Hall is also home to many of the athletes that practice in the nearby athletic complexes (including the Hearnes Center and Memorial Stadium).
Located next to Center and North halls on the MU campus, South is directly adjacent to the area's Technology Lounge, classrooms and Mizzou Market Southwest, a convenience store operated by Campus Dining Services (CDS). South is close to North, Center, Lathrop and Laws residence halls as well as Pavilion at Dobbs, the nearest all-you-care-to-eat dining location offered by CDS. Check out the links for more information on FIG/LC options, amenities, location and more!
PLEASE NOTE: New residence halls will be under construction in the area directly adjacent to South Hall for 2015-16 academic year. Students may experience construction noise and potential minor inconveniences during this time. Visit the Dobbs replacement project page for more information.
Communities in this Hall
For more information on the communities available in South Hall, visit our Learning Communities and FIGs page.Floor 3FIG: 096 Psychology of Sport, 10 M 10 FTLC: Leadership in Sports TLC, 22 M 37 F
Floor 2FIG: 094 Sports Journalism, 10 M 8 FFIG: 095 Sport Management, 10 M 8 FTLC: Leadership in Sports TLC, 19 M 26 F
Floor 1South GLC: 14 M 48 F
Community descriptions for South Hall
Leadership in Sports TLC
Students with an interest in sports-related majors live and work together developing academic and professional skills through MU & community activities. Members will network with faculty, sports professionals & alumni working in this profession.
South Hall is a vibrant learning community well-known as one of the most diverse on campus. From day one, you can engage in significant academic, leadership and social programs.
*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.