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Mignon Tower

Mignon Tower



Residents: Upperclass Co-ed by suite

Type of Room:  Four-person suites
Building Type: Bath facilities in each suite





Mignon Tower was the last building constructed in the Mignon Complex. 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. Opened in 1967, as an all-female residence hall, the fourteen-story, air- conditioned facility was one of the first residence halls to be converted to a co-ed facility in 1985. Housing 156 females, and 140 males, the facility is co-ed by floor. The rooms are four-person suites, with a study room, bedroom and self-contained bath facilities. An elevator in the lobby accesses all floors. The Penthouse located on top of the building provides a breath taking view of the campus and surrounding area of Morehead. In addition to being a popular place for student s to relax and study. 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.

Room Specifications:

Study Room Size: 13' X 17'
Bedroom Size: 21' X 9'
Window Size:  52" x 60" (Mini blinds are provided)
Bed Size:  Twin bed and 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