Jesse Hall was built in 1967. Dr. Richard H. Jesse, a stickler for academic success, was the first dean of men. Jesse Hall is named in his honor.
The hall is an 11-story high-rise located on the west edge of campus.
Jesse Hall is a twin to Aber Hall.
The L-shaped floors are occupied by students of the same sex and an elevator provides easy access to all floors. Except for the first and eleventh floors, each floor accommodates approximately 40 students.
Jesse Hall also offers a community kitchen on the large 11th floor social lounge for residents.
Jesse Hall presents a unique opportunity to learn from other students with various backgrounds, while sharing a similar academic interest.
Included in each room are cable TV and High-Speed Internet ports.
Amenities At A Glance
Room options: Jesse Hall primarily double rooms with very few single rooms available
Wireless: Jesse Hall offers wireless throughout the building and all rooms have high-speed Internet ports available
Laundry: A laundry room is located in the basement
Kitchen: There is a community kitchen available for students in Jesse Hall. You may check out supplies at the front desk
Lounges: Each floor offers a quiet study lounge and there is a TV lounge located on the first floor
Living Learning Communities: Jesse Hall hosts a Living Learning Center with academic programs centered around advising and career development
Elevator: Jesse Hall has three elevators available for residents
Rental Storage Units: Jesse Hall has storage options for students. See the front desk or the Residence Life Office for more information
|Top 5 Reasons To Live In Jesse Hall|
|Amazing views of Missoula and campus|
|Large social lounge on 11th floor|
|Community kitchen available to residents|
|Academic programming available in hall|
|Mountain Line bus stop just outside the front door|
Jesse Hall Staff Contact
Jesse Hall Admin- 406-243-2554
Jesse Hall Duty Phone- 406-241-2446
Student's Full Name
Room # Jesse Hall
Missoula, MT 59801-9373
Jesse Hall Photos
*Room sizes and furniture in photos may vary from room to room.