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Dieterich Hall

High Rise Introduction

Northwest's high rise residence halls are home to nearly 800 students. Each building is a first-year Learning Center so there is a smaller staff-to-resident ratio and extra academic and computing assistance. The halls also have a kitchen, lounge area and recreation room and are conveniently located near The Station.

Location: Northwest corner of campus near The Station, B.D. Owens Library and Wellness Services

Double Occupancy + Silver Meal Membership

*Starting at
per semester

Available Upgrades

Private Room
+ $825
Gold Meal Membership
+ $150
Platinum Meal Membership
+ $300
  • First-year, Upper-class

  • Double occupancy rooms for budget-conscious students
  • Refreshed large social lounge and community-style kitchen
  • Private rooms available to first-year students

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Submit your prepayment and housing application to be first in line to select housing in January.

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Live minutes from everything

We keep it 100 with most campus buildings a 10-minute walk away. Check out our res life virtual tour to see where the res halls are in proximity to other academic and activity buildings.

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  • central bathroom + shower area
  • in-hall laundry room
  • in-hall kitchen
  • coed by floor
  • in-hall living space
  • study and social lounge
  • rec room + sand volleyball
  • built-in furniture

Room Types and Rates

*Room and Meal Memberships Room + Meal Breakdown Per Semester Yearly Total

Double Occupancy + Silver Meal Membership (base rate)

$2,791 + $1,983



Double Occupancy + Gold Meal Membership

$2,791 + $2,133



Double Occupancy + Platinum Meal Membership

$2,791 + $2,283



Private Room + Silver Meal Membership

$3,616 + $1,983



Private Room + Gold Meal Membership

$3,616 + $2,133



Private Room + Platinum Meal Membership

$3,616 + $2,283



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*Rates for 2022-2023 academic year. 

The More You Know

  • Each floor shares a bathroom consisting of sinks, mirrors and several toilet and shower stalls for privacy.
  • Air conditioning available.
  • Free use of washers and dryers located in the hall's basement laundry room.
  • Community style kitchen consisting of two stovetop ovens, microwaves and sinks.
  • Halls are secured 24/7 with an electronic access system.
  • Free Wi-Fi access in hall and room.
  • Students living on the same floor have the same gender, but they may live above or below another floor with a different gender.
  • Only fish allowed as pets.
  • Lounge on each floor.
  • Recreation area includes ping pong table, lounge and TV. Sand volleyball court nearby next to Millikan Hall.
  • Provided furniture includes loftable beds (with rentable loft kit), built-in closet, dresser and desk with chairs.
  • Halls have elevator access.
  • Access to networked laser printer located at hall front desk. 

Measurements and Floor Plans

Room configuration may vary based on location (ex: corner room). Click on the image for a larger view.

Room Specifications:

  • Windows: 37.5" (W) x 51.5" (H)
  • Ceiling: 8' 1" high
  • Desk: 30.75" high
  • Door: 31.75" (W) by 84" (H)
  • Mattress 76" long (regular twin sheets will fit)
  • Lofts: Student constructed lofts are allowed
  • Movable furniture: bunkable beds
  • Fixed furniture: closet, dresser, desk

Notes: These are measurements of typical rooms; rooms vary slightly. All furniture must remain in the room. There is no additional space for storage.


Contact and Mailing Information

Hall Director

Alejandro Castaneda
Millikan, Dieterich and Franken

How to address mail to this hall

First and last name
### Dieterich Hall
930 College Park
Maryville, MO 64468-6007 


First and last name
### Millikan Hall
1020 Northwest Dr.
Maryville, MO 64468-6008

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Dining on campus

Dining on campus

Located in the J.W. Jones Student Union our all-you-care-to-eat dining facility has stations to fit a variety of tastes. Students can go into the Bearcat Commons unlimited times throughout the day to grab a snack, a drink or a meal with unlimited access.

Other options include, Chick-fil-a, Zen Japanese food, Einstein Bros Bagels and P.O.D. Express (grab-and-go items) in the J.W. Jones Student Union, Starbucks in the B.D. Owens Library and Mooyah burger and P.O.D. Market (convenience store) in The Station.

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