Roskie Hall sits on the banks of Roskie Creek, a stone’s throw away from the MSU Intramural fields, and just 15 minutes from Hyalite National Forest. Traditionally, Roskie Hall forms one of the closest hall communities on campus and is often recognized for its quality hall wide events. Roskie is an upbeat community for the serious student who also enjoys meeting people and living college life to the fullest.

Named for Gertrude Roskie, instructor in home economics, head of the home economics department and later dean of the professional schools, Roskie Residence Hall was built in 1966. Roskie Hall provides students with a co-ed living environment.

 Roskie Hall

Handicapped accessible

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