East Mignon Hall
Residents: Upperclass Co-ed
Type of Room: Four-person suites
Building Type: Bath facilities in each suite
Opened in the fall of 1966, East Mignon Hall was the third building of the Mignon Complex to be completed. The Mignon Complex (composed of 4 residence halls) is named in honor of Mignon Doran, founder of MSU's Personal Development Institute and wife of Morehead State University's 7th President, Adron Doran. Originally opened as an upper-class female residence hall, East Mignon Hall was changed to a freshmen co-ed residence hall in the fall of 2000 to house the university's first Residential College. The East Mignon Residential College incorporates living, learning and lending a hand to the success of the college freshmen's first year experience at MSU. The six-story, air-conditioned hall houses 184 freshmen co-ed students in four-person suites with self-contained private bathrooms. The facility is co-ed by floor. All floors are accessible from the elevator located in the main lobby. Each room is furnished with window blinds, beds, study desks and chairs, closets, bulletin boards, book shelves with lighting underneath, mirrors with lights over the top, telephone jack with local service (students will need to provide an analog telephone), TV jack (students will need to provide TV coax cable), and a data port connection.
• Study Room Size: 10'7" X 16' 8"
• Bedroom Size: 10'7" X 16'8"
• Window Size: 2'6" X 5' (Mini Blinds are provided)
• Bed Size: XL Twin bed with a 36" x 80" mattress
• Ethernet computer connection to the university's mainframe with Internet connection. Requires a NIC card and UTP cable. (10 foot cable recommended)
• New sprinkler system
• Self-regulating heating units
• Smoke detectors
• Lobby Area
• Laundry room with coin/Smart card operated washers and dryers
• Vending area
• Living Learning Center
• Individual student mail boxes
• House phone to allow guests and visitors to call residents in their room
• Eagle Video Network -66 Total Cable Channels