The residential halls on campus give students the ability to have their own space and comfort. Many universities are very cramped in living quarters, but Maryville has decent-sized rooms that don’t feel as though you’re suffocating due to lack of space. Students originally could only choose between two residential halls, but now there is a third hall, Maryville, opening Fall 2010.
The Mouton building has mellow, quiet, laid-back, focused students who are there to get work finished first and socialize later, while Duchesne has usually been more geared to the vibrant, outgoing, louder students. Maryville Hall is the newest addition in housing for Maryville, and it will definitely create a soothing environment for the students. It was previously a Marriott Courtyard but now is being transformed into a living-learning center to make more space for incoming students.