Located on the south side of campus, Miller Hall was completed in 1965 and dedicated to J. Earl "Burly" Miller, who was dean of men for two decades.
Miller's renovation, completed in 1996, made substantial changes not only to the interior but also the exterior of the building creating additional single-living spaces that have proven popular with UM students.
Miller Hall has a capacity of 326 students living in either three bed pods, single penthouse rooms and traditional double rooms, sharing bathroom facilities located on each wing.
The pods consist of three bed rooms (approximately 8' X 10') entering into a shared living space.
The penthouse rooms are located on the fifth floor, which is tucked under a peaked roof with each room having a gabled window.
The rooms are furnished with moveable furniture allowing some flexibility in living space arrangements. Each floor is divided into two wings, with the north wing being men and the south wing being women.
|Top 5 Reasons To Live In Miller Hall|
|Large lobby, complete with decorations representing the diversity at UM|
|Shared courtyard with Elrod, Duniway and Pantzer Hall|
|Close location to the Lomasson Center|
|Two Living Learning Community options|
|Study lounges on every floor|
Miller Hall Admin- 406-243-2322
Miller Hall Duty Phone- 406-241-2448
Student's Full Name
113 Miller Hall Room # __
Missoula, MT 59801