Building Descriptions

Missouri Valley offers a wide variety of housing options. This page provides descriptions of the buildings. Photos of the interiors and exteriors, as well as floor plans, are coming soon! 


Residence Halls


Alpha Sigma Alpha (ASA)
1471 S. Redman Street

Alpha Sigma Alpha is a college-owned residence hall housing members of the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority. With single and double occupancy rooms, the hall accommodates up to 23 students. Amenities include semi-private bathrooms, carpeting, cable, central air-conditioning, internet (wireless), laundry facilities, and common areas.

Ashford Hall
1151 S. Brunswick Street

Ashford Hall is a women’s residence hall with traditional double-occupancy and suite-style rooms. Ashford accommodates up to 26 students. Amenities include carpeting, cable, central air-conditioning, internet (wireless), and laundry facilities.

Blackburn Hall
525 E. College Street

Blackburn Hall (Alpha Sigma Phi) is a men’s residence hall with traditional double-occupancy rooms. Blackburn accommodates up to 54 students. It is also home to Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. Both fraternity and non-fraternity members live in the hall. Amenities include cable, internet (wireless), laundry facilities, and a lounge.

Blosser Hall
828 East Eastwood Street

Blosser Hall is a men’s residence hall with traditional-style rooms, with occupancy ranging from two to six students. The building sits off-campus and has a structured-study environment. Blosser accommodates up to 49 students. Amenities include central air-conditioning, cable, computer lab/study room, laundry facilities, and a recreation room with television. Scheduled shuttle service is provided for residents between the hall and campus.

George Mack Hall
523 E. College Street

George Mack Hall (Tau Kappa Epsilon) is a men’s hall with traditional double-occupancy rooms. George Mack accommodates up to 54 students. It is home to Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Both fraternity and non-fraternity members live in the hall. Amenities include cable, internet (wireless), laundry facilities, and a lounge.

MacDonald Hall
1260 S. Redman Avenue

MacDonald Hall is a women’s hall located in the heart of campus. The largest residence hall, MacDonald accommodates up to 260 students in traditional and suite-style rooms. Amenities in the building include window air-conditioning, cable, internet (wireless), laundry facilities, and a lounge. MacDonald Hall also houses the Student Government Association office and the Morris Experimental Theater - remodeled through a generous gift from Jon and Dawnna Morris.

Moreland Hall
1219 S. Conway Avenue

Moreland Hall is a men’s residence hall with traditional double-occupancy rooms. Moreland accommodates up to 100 students. Amenities include cable, internet (wireless), laundry facilities, and a lounge.

Porter Brown Hall
1887 S. Lincoln Avenue

Porter Brown Hall is a co-ed residence hall with suite style double-occupancy rooms. Adjacent to Mack Porter Stables, Porter Brown was built in 2010 and generally houses members of the Men’s and Women’s Rodeo teams. Amenities include cable, central air-conditioning, internet (wireless), laundry facilities, lounge, and a mud/locker room.

Roberts Hall
521 E. College Street

Roberts Hall (formerly Sigma Nu) is a men’s residence hall with traditional double-occupancy rooms. Roberts accommodates up to 54 students. Amenities include cable, internet (wireless), laundry facilities, and a lounge.

Theta Phi Alpha (Porter Hall) 
419 E. College Street

Theta Phi Alpha (Porter Hall) is a college-owned residence hall , housing members of the Theta Phi Alpha sorority. With single and double occupancy rooms, the house accommodates up to 16 students. Amenities include a semi-private bathrooms, carpeting, cable, central air-conditioning, internet (wireless), and laundry facilities.

Union Hall
1460 S. Redman Avenue

Union Hall is a men’s residence hall with traditional double and triple-occupancy rooms. Union accommodates up to 51 students. Amenities include central air-conditioning, cable, internet (wireless), and laundry facilities.

Young Hall 
1457 S. Conway Avenue

Young Hall is a men’s residence hall with traditional single and double-occupancy rooms. Constructed in 1929, Young Hall was a gift of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Young to mark the 40th anniversary of the College. Located in the heart of campus, Young accommodates up to 72 students. Amenities include cable, internet (wireless), laundry facilities, and a lounge. The ceramics studio is also located on the lower level.


Apartment Complexes

Conway Apartments A & B
1320 & 1328 S. Conway Avenue

Conway Apartments A & B are matching apartment buildings, housing male students. Each building has six apartments, each with three double-occupancy bedrooms. Amenities include a private bathroom, cable, central air-conditioning, internet (wireless), and laundry facilities.

Conway Apartments C
600 E. Label Street

Conway Apartment C houses male students. Each building has four apartments, each with two triple-occupancy rooms. Amenities include a private bathroom, cable, central air-conditioning, internet (wireless), kitchenette (without appliances), and laundry facilities.

Redman Apartments  A, B, & C
1455 & 1459 S. Redman Avenue, 314 E. Label Street

Redman Apartments A, B, & C are identical apartment buildings, housing both men and women. Each building has four apartments, each with two triple-occupancy rooms. Amenities include a private bathroom, cable, central air-conditioning, internet (wireless), kitchenette (without appliances), and laundry facilities.

Vail-Brown Apartments
1162/64 S. Brunswick Street

Vail-Brown Apartments is an apartment housing male students. Each apartment accommodates two or three students. Amenities include a private bathroom, cable, and central air-conditioning, internet (wireless), and laundry facilities.

Viking Village
1466 S. Redman Avenue

Viking Village is our newest residential facility. Open in the spring 2011, the complex has four buildings surrounding a courtyard. Each building has four apartments, with four single-occupancy bedrooms. Amenities include a private bathroom, cable, central air-conditioning, internet (wireless), and laundry facilities.


Houses

602, 606 & 610 E. Morrow Street

602, 606, and 610 E. Morrow Street are college-owned houses for men. With single and double-occupancy rooms, these houses accommodate up to 11 students. Amenities include semi-private bathrooms, cable, carpeting, central air-conditioning, kitchenette (without appliances), and washer/dryer.

1257, 1263, & 1271 S. Olson Street

1257, 1263, and 1271 Olson Street are college-owned houses for men. With single and double occupancy rooms, these houses accommodate four to seven students. Amenities include a semi-private bathroom, cable, central air-conditioning, living room, and washer/dryer.

512 & 516 Rea Street

512 and 516 Rea Street are college-owned houses for women. With two double-occupancy bedrooms, each house accommodates up to four students. Amenities include a private bathroom, carpeting, cable, central air-conditioning, internet (wireless), kitchenette (without appliances), living room, and washer/dryer.

910 Ann Street, 1152 S. Brunswick Street, 1166 S. Brunswick Street, 303 Edna Street, 308 Edna Street, 1260 S. Olson Street, 1265 S. Olson Street, and 1405 Sharp Street

910 Ann Street, 1152 S. Brunswick Street, 1166 S. Brunswick Street, 303 Edna Street, 308 Edna Street, 1260 S. Olson Street, 1265 S. Olson Street, and 
1405 Sharp Street are college-owned house for Graduate Assistants and Staff. All houses offer single occupancy rooms, accommodating from two to six individuals. Amenities include a semi-private bathroom, cable, carpeting, central air-conditioning, kitchenette, internet (wireless), living room, and washer/dryer.

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