Life as the one of the first RAs in Legacy

Legacy Hall is the new home for almost 500 residents, mostly freshmen and sophomores. Legacy is joining McCullough-Trigg as the other co-ed residence hall on campus. With Legacy being brand new and having a different dynamic than any other hall on campus, it provides a new challenge for me as an RA. … [Read more...]

Nearly 500 students to call Legacy Hall home

Within days after classes were out in May of 2015, the parking lot behind Pierce Hall was blocked off. Residents lost 220 parking spaces.During the next 18 months, contractors turned the parking lot into a five-story, 500-bed, $35 million residence hall due to be completed Aug. 1.Now named Legacy … [Read more...]

New residence hall to be complete by mid-July

To assist with increasing number of residential students living on-campus, a new residence hall has been under construction between Fain Fine Arts center and Pierce Hall since last summer and continued over winter break.The project is scheduled to be complete by mid-July with details finished by … [Read more...]

New residence hall only beginning of housing expansion

Economic development | Enrollment | Budget | Nursing | Housing | International enrollment | Crime | Greek life As part of an effort to provide on-campus housing for an increasing number of residential students, a new residence hall is under construction for next fall but remains slightly … [Read more...]

Expanded parking lot coming fall 2015

Expanded parking lot coming fall 2015 from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Parking has long been a contentious issue for MSU students, and with construction of a new dorm beginning in May, more than 200 resident parking spots will be lost. "Beginning this summer, that lot will go offline and we … [Read more...]

Mills: Only freshmen in Trigg; Mustang Village to cost MSU students $2,400/semester

New freshman housing plans starting next fall semester from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Midwestern State University is seeing an increase in the number of freshman applicants for the upcoming fall semester. As the number of freshman students grow, so does the demand for on campus housing. Housing … [Read more...]

Non-freshmen marginalized

OUR VIEW:  While asking non-freshmen to move out of their dorm rooms is far from ideal, it’s the best option until the new dorm building is constructed.  As the incoming freshmen class continues to grow, so do the demands for an increased amount of on-campus housing. Unfortunately the freshmen … [Read more...]