Hudson Hall (University of Missouri)

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Hudson Hall is an undergraduate residence hall on the University of Missouri campus.

About[edit]

Located on the southeast corner of Rollins St. and Virginia Ave, Hudson Hall stands alongside Gillett Hall. Both halls are structurally connected to Rollins Hall, which serves as a social and educational hub and a link to the Rollins Dining Hall. Hudson is near the Christopher Bond Life Sciences Center and the Anheuser-Busch Natural Resource Building. The hall is co-ed, and has a capacity of nearly 480 students.

History[edit]

The hall is named after William Hudson, President of the University of Missouri from 1856 to 1859.[1] William Hudson was also the first mathematics professor at the university.[2] Hudson Hall was built and opened in 1966.[2]

Present[edit]

Hudson Hall was renovated from 2008-2010, as part of the University's Residential Life Master Plan. The building received numerous upgrades, including new windows, carpeting, and central air conditioning. [3]

Notes[edit]

Coordinates: 38°56′30″N 92°19′21″W / 38.94177°N 92.32256°W / 38.94177; -92.32256