Edna Moore
Edna Moore

Edna Moore Residence Hall (Upperclassmen)

Edna Moore Residence Hall was named for the wife of a former Mars Hill president, who was, herself, a major contributor to the college’s success. Since its opening in 1937, thousands of students have had the experience of living and learning in Edna Moore Hall. The building has 52 private occupancy rooms for upperclassmen residents, with shared bathrooms on each floor and a sink in each bedroom. A private rooms is a room that is set up for two people but only one person lives in the room. Edna Moore is connected to Stroup Hall and overlooks some of the oldest buildings on campus. Edna Moore is legacy rate pricing.

Room Arrangement: private rooms
Floors: four
Bathrooms: two per floor, sink in every room
Typical Room Size: 12’6” x 13’6”
Windows per room: two
Window Size: 36” x 64”
Window Coverings: window shades
Kitchen: None
Lounges: Large TV Lounge on second floor
Elevator: No
Laundry: five washers and five dryers on first floor
Air Conditioning: No
Flooring: tile

What’s in a typical room?

  • 2 Bunkable extra long twin-size Beds
  • 1 closet space
  • 2 movable dressers
  • 2 movable desks with chairs
  • sink
  • Ethernet computer jack (2 per room)
  • Large Overhead Fluorescent Light
  • Radiator Heat system
  • Smoke detector