May 11, 2017 at 12:30pm
Dane Lisser

Join Abi Magrath, a first-year music education-instrumental major, for a 360º virtual tour of Millikin University's Dolson Hall. Get an inside look at one of Millikin's Residence Halls and hear first-hand from a freshman about her experiences at Millikin.​

Dolson Hall, named after prominent Decatur businessman Jack C. Dolson, boasts four floors of suite-style living. Dolson Hall opened in 1997 and currently houses 200 co-ed residents. Each floor offers a large lounging area that comes equipped with a kitchen – providing a great space for socializing and programming.

Dolson Hall room options include single, double and quad rooms. ADA accessible rooms are also available. The campus bookstore and study room are located on the ground floor. Students will also find a great resource in having the Office of Residence Life located on the ground floor of the residential building. Dolson Hall is home to several of Millikin's living-learning communities. Amenities include: kitchen access, air conditioning, vending machines, ice machine, secured access, cable TV, wireless internet, laundry facilities and suite-shared bathrooms.