Student throwing a frisbee on South Quad while students walk on pathway beside him.

Central Quad

Hamilton Hall

Hamilton Hall exterior

Hamilton Hall was built in 1940 and was the first women’s residence hall in which sorority suites were included. This was initially on an experimental basis, but later it became a permanent situation. It was originally known as North Hall, but in 1948 it was renamed for Elizabeth W. Hamilton who was a graduate of Oxford College with two degrees in 1895. She also taught Greek and English and was Dean of Oxford College. She joined Miami University in 1905 as Dean of Women and served in that capacity until her retirement in 1945. Close to Maplestreet Station dining facility and across the quad from Market Street at MacCracken.

Building Amenities

  • Features two, large “Great Rooms”; 1 with all recreational amenities (pool, foosball and ping-pong tables) large screen TV and lounge area, large, open kitchen; the 2nd is the living room
  • Indoor bike storage
  • Cold beverage & snack vending
  • On-floor kitchenettes
  • On-floor study rooms
  • Television
  • 1st floor laundry room with washers & dryers featuring WebCardCenter on-line monitoring and notification service
  • Separate and distinct sorority wing with private entry leading to 6 sorority suites sharing a welcoming community kitchen and large, multipurpose meeting room

Room Features

  • Twin-XL low-loft style bed with bed rail: 85″ x 36″ (80″ x 36″ mattress size) NOTE: dresser will fit under bed
  • Desk: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Dresser: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Mobile pedestal: 18″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Closet (open-style without door)
  • Ergonomic desk chair for studying and gaming
  • Mirror
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling lights
  • Trash can
  • Recycling can
  • Mini refrigerator

Room Types & Rates

  • Standard/Renovated Double Occupancy Rooms
  • Standard/Renovated Single Occupancy Rooms
  • Standard/Renovated Triple Occupancy Rooms
  • Rates

Mailing Address

Miami University
401 South Oak Street
Oxford, OH 45056-3444

MacCracken Hall

Maccracken Hall exterior

MacCracken Hall, located on central quad, was named for Henry Mitchell MacCracken, who graduated from Miami University and went on to become one of America’s outstanding nineteenth century educators. When the west wing of the new women’s residence hall was completed in 1957, the building was called Center Hall. It became MacCracken after its completion in spring 1961. The hall initially housed six sorority suites, with two large recreation rooms, two living rooms, and a large dining facility. MacCracken is located in the middle of many dining options. It is connected to Market Street at MacCracken, and is close to Maplestreet Commons, which is an all you care to eat location.

Building Amenities

  • Cold beverage & snack vending
  • Kitchenette
  • Living room
  • Piano
  • Study
  • Television
  • Television & recreation room
  • Washers & dryers with WebCardCenter on-line monitoring and notification service

Room Features

  • Twin-XL low-loft style bed with bed rail: 85″ x 36″ (80″ x 36″ mattress size) NOTE: dresser and bookcase will fit under bed
  • Bookcase: 24″ x 15″ x 29.5″
  • Desk: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Dresser: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Mobile pedestal: 18″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Closet or wardrobe (35 1/4″ x 23 1/4″ x 74 3/4″ wardrobe not provided in every room)
  • Ergonomic chair
  • Window shades
  • Mirror
  • Ceiling lights
  • Small trash can
  • Recycling can
  • Mini refrigerator
  • Window air conditioner

Room Types & Rates

  • Traditional Double Occupancy Rooms
  • Traditional Single Occupancy Rooms
  • Traditional Triple Occupancy Rooms
  • Traditional Quad Occupancy Rooms
  • Rates

Mailing Address

Miami University
500 Center Drive
Oxford, OH 45056–3445

Maplestreet Station

Maplestreet Station exterior

Maplestreet Station is a LEED certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) residence hall and sits atop the Maplestreet Station dining facility. Maplestreet Station is comprised of 3 individual “houses”. Each house is full of student requested amenities. This hall is conveniently located near Performing Arts Center. Just short distances away are both the REC Sports and Armstrong Student Centers.

Building Amenities

  • Air-conditioned
  • Cold beverage & snack vending
  • Grand entry
  • Kitchen
  • Living room
  • Large recreation room with projection television
  • Group study rooms
  • Washers & dryers with WebCardCenter on-line monitoring and notification service

House Features

  • Large, comfortably furnished “great room” with lots of natural light
  • Large flat screen TV
  • Kitchenette
  • Study room
  • Private and shared bathrooms

Room Features

  • Twin-XL low-loft style bed with bed rail: 85″ x 36″ (80″ x 36″ mattress size) NOTE: dresser and bookcase will fit under bed
  • Environmentally friendly, individually controlled thermostat for air-conditioning and heat (HVAC)
  • “Hi-Lo level” overhead light and HVAC occupancy sensors
  • 8 “arc-fault,” safety electrical outlets
  • Bookcase: 24″ x 15″ x 29.5″
  • Desk: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Dresser: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Mobile pedestal: 18″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Closet
  • Mirror
  • Ergonomic chair
  • Window shades
  • Small trash can
  • Recycling can
  • Mini refrigerator

Room Types & Rates

  • Standard/New Double Occupancy Rooms
  • Standard/New Single Occupancy Rooms
  • Standard/New Triple Rooms
  • Rates

Mailing Address

Miami University
521 Maple Avenue
Oxford, OH 45056

Minnich Hall

Minnich Hall exterior

Minnich Hall will be offline for renovation during the 2017-2018 academic year and is scheduled to reopen for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Minnich Hall was named for Harvey C. Minnich who was Miami University’s first Dean of the School of Education. He served in this capacity from 1903-1931. Minnich is close to Maplestreet Station dining facility and Market Street at MacCracken. Minnich is just across the street from the Armstrong Student Center.

Building Amenities

  • Cold beverage & snack vending

Room Features

  • Twin-XL bed
  • Desk
  • Built in dresser
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Ergonomic chair
  • Mirror
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling lights
  • Small trash can
  • Recycling can
  • Mini refrigerator
  • Bunk bed safety rails provided provided upon request; submit a request using your MyCard room repair online form after you arrive.

Room Types & Rates

  • Traditional Double Occupancy Rooms
  • Traditional Single Occupancy Rooms
  • Traditional Quad Occupancy Rooms
  • Rates

Mailing Address

Miami University
400 South Maple Avenue
Oxford, OH 45056-3447

Richard Hall

Richard Hall exterior

Richard Hall was named after Mrs. Frances Gibson Richard in 1952. She was a Miami University faculty member as an English professor from 1902-1936. Sororities are housed in Richard Hall. The hall is surrounded by many dining locations: Maplestreet Commons, Starbucks, Market Street at MacCracken, and more.

Building Amenities

  • Cold beverage & snack vending
  • Kitchenette
  • Living room
  • Piano
  • Recreation room
  • Study
  • Washers & dryers with WebCardCenter on-line monitoring and notification service

Room Features

  • Twin-XL low-loft style bed with bed rail: 85″ x 36″ (80″ x 36″ mattress size) NOTE: dresser and bookcase will fit under the bed
  • Bookcase: 24″ x 15″ x 29.5″
  • Desk: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Dresser: 30″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Mobile pedestal: 18″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Closet or wardrobe (35 1/4″ x 23 1/4″ x 74 3/4″)
  • Ergonomic chair
  • Mirror
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling lights
  • Small trash can
  • Recycling can
  • Mini refrigerator
  • Window air conditioner

Room Types & Rates

  • Traditional Double Occupancy Rooms
  • Traditional Single Occupancy Rooms
  • Traditional Triple Occupancy Rooms
  • Traditional Quad Occupancy Rooms
  • Rates

Mailing Address

Miami University
501 South Oak Street
Oxford, OH 45056-2483

Scott Hall

Scott Hall exterior

Scott Hall will be offline for renovation during the 2017-2018 academic year and is scheduled to reopen for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Scott Hall is named for Mrs. Caroline Scott Harrison, an 1852 graduate of the Oxford Female Institute who married Benjamin Harrison. He became the twenty-third President of the United States. While First Lady, Mrs. Harrison was one of the five founders of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and served as President of that organization until her death in 1892. Scott Hall is close to Market Street at MacCracken, Maplestreet Station, and Armstrong Student Center.

Building Amenities

  • Cold beverage & snack vending
  • Washers & dryers with WebCardCenter on-line monitoring and notification service

Room Features

  • Twin-XL bed: 80″ x 36″, with 11″ underneath
  • Desk: 24″ x 48″ x 29.5″
  • Dresser: 24″ x 24″ x 29.5″
  • Closet or wardrobe: 36″ x 24″ x 72″
  • Ergonomic chair
  • Mirror
  • Window shades
  • Ceiling lights
  • Small trash can
  • Recycling can
  • Mini refrigerator
  • Bunk bed safety rails provided provided upon request; submit a request using your MyCard room repair online form after you arrive.

Room Types & Rates

  • Traditional Double Occupancy Rooms
  • Traditional Single Occupancy Rooms
  • Rates

Mailing Address

Miami University
500 South Maple Avenue
Oxford, OH 45056-2482