While Morrow Hall celebrated its 90th birthday only a few years ago, residents can feel confident that careful renovation has brought the building up to today's standards. Originally an all-girl's residence hall for the Fairmont State Teacher's College, this historical building now serves the diverse population of Fairmont State University as a traditional-style Residence Hall. With a long history emphasizing close community and learning, it is no surprise that today's Morrow Hall still offers an active social setting without sacrificing the academic goals of the intitution. Conveniently located near the center of our campus, it is often a popular choice for our incoming residents.
For students who want more floor and storage space in their room, nothing beats a walk-in closet all to yourself!
When your late-night snack needs more than a microwave, head down to the first floor of Morrow Hall to make use of the stovetop, sink, or whatever you may need!
Private Study Room
Cozy, quiet, and convenient, this room is available to students at any time, day or night, for homework or studying. It features desks and lounge chairs for when you need a comfortable place to read, as well as large tables and couches for study groups and projects.