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Milligan’s residence halls are designed to encourage greater independence as our students progress through their college years. At the same time, there is a strong focus on learning to live in a community with others. We like to think of your four years here as part of your own journey to independence.

Room Assignment

New student room requests arrive throughout the school year and are handled on a first come, first serve basis. Upperclassmen have the choice of rooms for the next year, so no assignments are made for new students before the end of the preceding semester. If your request comes in early enough, you will be notified as to which residence hall you have been assigned by the first week in July. However, due to last minute changes in students’ plans, you may not be informed of your specific roommate until arriving on campus.

If you have requested to room with a certain student, every effort will be made to honor that request, and that request will take priority over residence hall choice. In other words, if you wish to live with an acquaintance and there are no double rooms available in the residence hall you prefer, we will place you both in another hall if there is a double room available there.

Webb

Webb Hall

Traditional Men’s Residence Hall

A cornerstone of Milligan’s campus for over 40 years, Webb Hall has a rich tradition as the college’s largest men’s residence.

About the Hall

Webb Hall is a traditional hall housing freshmen through seniors. While geared especially towards first-year students, many residents choose to remain in Webb—some for all four years. Each floor houses two RAs and is typically a mix of both first-year and returning students.

Located near the center of campus, Webb Hall is often a hub of student activity and regularly hosts events for its own residents and the larger campus community throughout the year.

Click here for  a list of things to bring with you when you move in!

Meet the RD: Josh Crawford

Josh crawford

Josh graduated from Milligan in 2015 with a degree in History and a minor in Humanities. In 2016, he completed his MA in Education and hopes to teach history in the fall.

His passions at Milligan, outside of his degrees, were acting and building sets for many Milligan productions, singing in the Concert Choir and Heard Mentality, and playing Ultimate Frisbee with friends. When he’s not at an arts event or on Pardee Lawn, he loves watching various sports and spending time with friends.

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Hart

Hart Hall

Traditional Women’s Residence Hall

The largest women’s residence hall on campus, Hart Hall is a vibrant community of young women seeking to learn and grow together.

About the Hall

Hart Hall is a traditional women’s dormitory with freshmen through senior residents. Like Sutton Hall, Hart is especially focused on new making the transition to Milligan easy for new students. Each floor houses two RAs and is typically made up of a mix of new and returning students.

Residents of Hart enjoy access to a large laundry facility on the lower level and the McCormick Dining Center is right across the street. In addition, the Hart courtyard is home to many student activities throughout the year.

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Meet the RD: Kylie Russell

Kylie Russell

Kylie is a 2015 graduate of Milligan from Maryville, TN. During her time at Milligan she played basketball and studied Exercise Science: Sports Management. After graduation, she continued her education at East Tennessee State University, earning a MS in Sport Management. While at ETSU, she started teaching a variety of activity courses and is now an Adjunct Sports Law Professor.

In addition to adjunct courses at ETSU, she teaches a few classes at Milligan and is on the Women’s basketball coaching staff. She is excited about her role as Resident Director because she will be more available to her players and all students at Milligan. In her free time she loves to travel and play outside!

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Sutton

Sutton Hall

Traditional Women’s Residence Hall

Sitting at the crest of Sutton Hill, Sutton Hall commands a view like none other. It also houses the McCormick Dining Center on its ground level, making it the busiest residence hall on campus.

About the Hall

Sutton Hall is a traditional women’s hall housing freshmen through seniors. Along with Hart Hall, Sutton is intentionally focused on helping new students successfully integrate into campus life. Each floor is home to two RAs and is typically a mix of both new and returning students.

Residents of Sutton enjoy easy access to the McCormick Dining Center on the ground floor of the hall, and laundry services are available in the lower level.

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Meet the RD: Konnor Donahue

Konnor Donahue

Hometown: Greeneville, TN

College Attended: Milligan College

Degree: BS in Communications with a Minor in Humanities

Family: I have two loving parents and three amazing siblings, who are each married. The greatest joys in my life are my two nephews and my niece.

Favorites: I love a little coffee with my hazelnut cream and sugar, a good burger and fries, Chacos, movie nights, gardening, sports, hiking, hammocking, and singing loudly and off key during car rides.

My goal for Sutton Hall is for it to be a safe place filled with love, grace, and acceptance. I pray there will always be laughter, joy, and freedom of expression found here. Most of all, I pray for Sutton ladies to grow in their relationship with God.

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Kegley & Quillen

Meet the RD: Matthew Eden

Matthew Eden

MATTHEW EDEN

EMAIL: meden@my.milligan.edu

Hometown: Woodland Park, CO

College: Ozark Christian College

Degree: BA Christian Ministries

Family: My wife, Joy, and I married on May 28, 2016, in my home state of Colorado.  I have one brother and one sister in Colorado, and another sister in San Francisco.

Favorite Food: Does coffee count?  If it doesn’t, it should.

Sports Team: Denver Broncos, Colorado Avalanche

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Williams

WilliamsUpperclassmen Women’s Suites

The only upperclassmen women’s domitory, Williams Hall has a tight-knit community rooted in its suites.

About the Hall

Williams Hall is an upperclassmen women’s dormitory housing sophomores through seniors. Each suite consists of four single bedrooms (double rooms may be available), a bathroom and a living area.

The building houses one RA and admission into Williams Hall is limited. Residents must fill out an application with the Student Development Office in the Spring. Housing assignments are generally made before the end of the Spring Semester.

Located right across the street from the Gilliam Wellness Center, Williams Hall is only a short distance from the McCormick Dining Center. Laundry facilities are available in the lower level.

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Meet the RD: Matthew Eden

Matthew Eden

MATTHEW EDEN

EMAIL: meden@my.milligan.edu

Hometown: Woodland Park, CO

College: Ozark Christian College

Degree: BA Christian Ministries

Family: My wife, Joy, and I married on May 28, 2016, in my home state of Colorado.  I have one brother and one sister in Colorado, and another sister in San Francisco.

Favorite Food: Does coffee count?  If it doesn’t, it should.

Sports Team: Denver Broncos, Colorado Avalanche

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The Milligan Village

McAnallyUpperclassmen Apartment-Style Suites

The Village is the newest housing option on Milligan’s campus. It is home to upperclassmen men and women. There are five gender specific buildings, each with suites housing five students.

About the Halls

Each suite consists of five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a common living room with a full kitchen. A total of 90 students live in The Village including two RAs, one male and one female.

Admission to the Village is limited to junior and senior students who have lived on campus for at least one year. Residents must fill out an application with the Student Development Office in the Spring. Housing assignments are generally made before the end of the Spring Semester.

The five buildings of Village surround a green space used for outdoor events including intramural games. There is also a sand volleyball court and picnic tables. The Village sits at the top of campus close to Hart, Sutton and Williams halls. Sidewalks make easy travel between residence halls and lead across the parking lot to The Gilliam Wellness Center.

Click here for  a list of things to bring with you when you move in!

Meet the RD: Matthew Eden

Matthew Eden

matthew eden

EMAIL: meden@my.milligan.edu

Hometown: Woodland Park, CO

College: Ozark Christian College

Degree: BA Christian Ministries

Family: My wife, Joy, and I married on May 28, 2016, in my home state of Colorado.  I have one brother and one sister in Colorado, and another sister in San Francisco.

Favorite Food: Does coffee count?  If it doesn’t, it should.

Sports Team: Denver Broncos, Colorado Avalanche

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