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North Hall Women's Dorm


 

Community is key at North Hall. Residents socialize in the centralized lobby, which features large-screen televisions, a pool table, ping-pong table, foosball and games. For studying, North Hall offers a computer lab, WiFi access and a separate quiet lounge. The rooms are among the largest dorm rooms in the state of Missouri and are suite-style. Two or three students will share a bedroom with access to a Jack-and-Jill style bathroom. Each furnished room also includes free cable and use of the free laundry facilities.

North Hall Floor Plan

Resident Director

Kayla Knapp

Hometown: Monroe, MI
Family: Husband, Brian and daughter, Addison 2
College Major/Degree: Degree in Global Studies and Spanish from Spring Arbor University.
Best Resident Life Memories from My Own College Days: Hallway conversations!  Nothing can top the community of living together and walking in the same halls when it comes to sparking random, wonderful talks. Although, I do remember many good eats and crazy things beyond the hallways as well.

Pillsbury Huff Men’s Dorm


  

Whether it is late night jam sessions, study groups or a bunch of guys shooting hoops, there is always something going on at Pillsbury Huff. The center of this dorm is a lounge with areas to study, a ping-pong table, television, games and more for all residents to use. With Pillsbury Huff’s suite-style design, each furnished room will house two or three students with a bathroom in each suite. A computer lab and quiet areas for study give students a way to balance school work and play. Residents may utilize the free laundry facilities, cable connections and Wifi, and it is only steps away from the University’s state-of-the-art fitness center.
From Bible study to basketball, students will find a vibrant community in Pillsbury Huff.

Pillsbury-Huff Floor Plan

Resident Director

Stephen Crain

Hometown: Troy, MO
Family:   Emily and Stephen are expecting their first child in Fall of 2017
College Major/Degree:  B.S. in Exercise Science
Best Resident Life Memories from My Own College Days: Making forever friends in Pillsbury Huff and all of the many fire drills.

Spartan Village Row


  

A hybrid between a traditional dorm style facility and an apartment, there are two students per bedroom and four per bathroom similar to the dorms. Each floor has a shared living room and full kitchen. Each living room has a flat screen TV, WiFi, living room furniture and dining room table. The bedrooms have extra long twin beds, desks, desk chairs, and wardrobes. The Row is available to returning and new students.

Spartan Village Row Floor Plan

Resident Director

Taira Schertz

Director of Resident Life
Hometown: Kidder, MO
Family: I have been married to my husband Eric for 18 years. We have three children: Haydn (15), Ellie (13) and Hunter (10). Of course our very friendly dog, Cheyenne.
College Major/Degree: B.S. in Business Management from Missouri Western State College
Best Resident Life Memories from My Own College Days: Late-night adventures to Perkins’ to “study,” roller hockey in the parking lot, St. Louis mission trips and making great friends.
Best Thing About My Job: Sharing our family life with the residents of MBU and them letting us be a part of their college experience.

Spartan Village Apartments


  

Combining independence and convenience, the Spartan Village Apartments are an exciting residence for upperclassmen that have lived in MBU housing for a minimum of one semester and maintained a GPA of 2.5. Students experience living in an apartment with private rooms and a kitchen with the convenience of walking to class.

Amenities in the apartments include a flat-screen television, WiFi, cable connections and access to free laundry facilities. Students can host late-night study sessions, lead Bible studies in the apartments or chat on the attached patios or balconies. The private rooms allow students to study in a quiet atmosphere and then join in on the fun in the kitchen and living room.

In the Spartan Village Apartments, students enjoy the perks of living in an apartment, yet still enjoy the full advantage of living on campus.

Spartan Village Apartments Floor Plan

Resident Director

Victoria Underwood

Hometown: Walker, IA
College Major/Degree: Psychology and Human Services
Best Resident Life Memories from My Own College Days: There are so many memories! Living on campus was the best decision I made. My senior year was my favorite by far. I had a great group of friends who all lived on campus. We spent a lot of time hanging out in each other’s living rooms talking, eating, watching shows and movies, playing games and studying. It was a great community and the best memories were made in the regular day to day things. Having that community was only made possible by Resident Life staff and programs, and I love seeing that played out daily in my job.

Spartan Village South


Built in 2016, the Spartan Village South offers the convenience of being close to main campus while providing a traditional housing experience. Two students will share a bedroom and private bathroom. A lobby and laundry room are located in the lowest level of each building and a quiet study lounge located on the third floor. Each bedroom is furnished with an extra long twin bed, desk with desk chair and wardrobe for each student.

Spartan Village South Floor Plan

Resident Director

Victoria Underwood

Hometown: Walker, IA
College Major/Degree: Psychology and Human Services
Best Resident Life Memories from My Own College Days: There are so many memories! Living on campus was the best decision I made. My senior year was my favorite by far. I had a great group of friends who all lived on campus. We spent a lot of time hanging out in each other’s living rooms talking, eating, watching shows and movies, playing games and studying. It was a great community and the best memories were made in the regular day to day things. Having that community was only made possible by Resident Life staff and programs, and I love seeing that played out daily in my job.

2017-18 Housing Prices


(Housing Prices Per Semester)
Dorm Room Deposit/Damage Fee, $260
Apt Room Deposit/Damage Fee, $400

Pillsbury-Huff & North Hall
Dorm Room & Board 19 meal plan, $5,190
Dorm Room & Board 15 meal plan, $5,090

Spartan Village Row
Room and Board (19 meal plan) $6,160
Room and Board (15 meal plan) $6,060
Room and Board (10 meal plan) $5,930

Spartan Village South
Room and Board (19 meal plan) $5,675
Room and Board (15 meal plan) $5,575

Spartan Village Apartments
On-Campus Apartment 19 meal plan, $6,920
On-Campus Apartment 15 meal plan, $6,815
On-Campus Apartment 10 meal plan, $6,685
On-Campus Apartment 75 meal block, $5,925