Johnstone Hall is the only residence hall exclusive to students over the age of 21. Johnstone houses an academic center that includes a conference style classroom and two academic tutorial rooms, accessible to students 24 hours a day, as well as the Harrison Dining Hall. Johnstone is a popular hall where students return year after year because they feel comfortable and at home.
Built in 1955, this complex was MSU’s first permanent quarters for male students and was named in honor of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, leaders of the historic 1804-1806 expedition. East to west, the complex consists of: Pryor Wing, Colter Wing, Mullan Wing, and Culberston Wing.
Handicapped access at all main doors
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