North Hedges Residence Hall
North Hedges provides an atmosphere where living and learning join forces. North Hedges is a modern, upbeat residence hall where students have the opportunity to meet and interact with a wide variety of students, staff, and faculty. The North Hedges Academic Center houses an academic classroom. Although this room hosts many classes during the day, students may reserve the room for presentations, study sessions, or group meetings. Students may also reserve the student academic tutorial rooms, located on the first floor and open 24 hours a day.
The twin residence halls, North and South Hedges, were built in 1964-1965 and named for Cornelius Hedges, who served four terms as territorial superintendent of schools and is sometimes called "the father of education in Montana".
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