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  • Students who are wishing to live on campus for Summer 2016 will need to apply online via their housing application: my.housing.msstate.edu
  • Summer school housing for Summer 2016 will be housed in Hull Hall.
  • Students participating in College Ready and Math Plus will be housed in Oak Hall.
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Cresswell Hall

"I knew Cresswell Hall was home from day one. My RA and the entire residence life staff has made me feel at home since move-in day. I can't imagine living anywhere else!" -Jaylen Mayfield, Waynesboro, MS

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Critz Hall

"I love the community Critz has provided me during my transition to college. I've felt support and encouragement by all the girls in the building through hall-wide programs, visiting at the Fresh Food Company, and going to sporting events together." -Chastiti Johnson, Clinton, MS

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Rendering of Deavenport Hall

Deavenport Hall

Formerly Azalea Hall, Deavenport Hall will be coming Fall 2016.

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Dogwood Hall

Coming Fall 2016

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Griffis Hall

"Griffis Hall caters to every type of student by hosting about every program imaginable. From ping pong tournaments to having the Shackouls Honors College offices down the hall from your room, there is always something going on that gets residents engaged." -Austin Walker, Kennesaw, GA

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Hathorn Hall

"I loved living in Hathorn because it was such a warm and inviting community to live in. You can always find people to go to dinner, class, or even the gym with. It was a truly wonderful experience." -Grace Wegener, Memphis, TN

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Herbert Hall

"Herbert fosters an environment that is filled with residents that really believe and encourage one another. Herbert is so much more than a residence hall, it's a family." -Reg Hawkins, Itta Bena, MS

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Hull Hall

"Hull has the best location ever. It's close to Davis Wade Stadium, the Colvard Student Union, the Sanderson Center and the Hump. The community here is amazing. My RA always makes me feel like I am at home. I absolutely love living in Hull!" -Mycayla Hommel, Tylertown, MS

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Hurst Hall

"Living in Hurst, I feel like I am ten minutes from everything including the Drill Field. It also provides a great atmosphere for everything from study groups to casual hang outs in the Zacharius Village Courtyard." -Laura Bello, Stafford, VA

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Magnolia Hall

"Living in Magnolia was a lot of fun and the hall staff made it really easy to get involved. I joined C.O.R.E at the beginning semester and from there I really started feeling connected to Mississippi State and the Bulldog Family." -Erin Taylor, Germantown, TN

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McKee Hall

"There is always so much going on in McKee. Our RD really made an effort to connect and get to know all of the residents. Living in an all-male residence hall is really cool because I'm still best friends with almost everyone who lived on my hall." -Darien Morel, Alabaster, Alabama

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Moseley Hall

"I've lived in Moseley Hall for three years now. I love that I can make friends on my hall easily while hanging out at hall events while also having a great room I can go back to have my space and do homework." -Austin Fortenberry, Madison, MS

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Nunnelee Hall (formerly North)

"My experience in Nunnelee was great for many reasons, but especially because of the hall staff. They planned unique and exciting programs us!" -Gabby Favre, Bay St. Louis, MS

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Oak Hall

"I loved my time in Oak because of the RAs, they really spent time building an inviting community. Also, being an out-of-state student the custodial staff really made me feel at home. They are always so kind and I know they really care about the students living in Oak." -Kyle Herfurth, Orange, TX

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Rice Hall

"Rice was such an awesome place to live because of the awesome location, spacious rooms, and the community. As a transfer student, the residents and staff were very welcoming and made my transition to Mississippi State an exciting experience!" -Lavina Dedeaux, Gulfport, MS

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Ruby Hall

"I love being able to walk out of the back door to the Sanderson Center or walk up the hill to the Colvard Student Union. I've also really enjoyed the activities that C.O.R.E plans, it seems like there is always something going on at Ruby." -Eddie Mac Huddleston, Pontotoc, MS

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Sessums Hall

"Sessums is the kind of place where you intentionally keep your door open to see who else just got home. Your neighbors become like sisters to you. There is no place on campus that feels quite like this!" -Nicole Blackmon, Spanish Fort, AL

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