Miller Hall

I. O. Miller Hall was purchased in 1937 as North Central's first building. Miller Hall is the main building on campus and is used for a wide variety of functions. The first two floors are used to house most of the offices on campus as well as a number of classrooms and a computer lab. The top three floors are used as student housing.

Miller Hall is home to over 200 female students. Miller Hall is a traditional style residence hall, with common lounges, prayer rooms, bathrooms and laundry facilities on each floor. Rooms are available for single, double and multiple (3 or 4 residents) occupancy. All rooms have wireless and wired internet access. Miller Hall 4 South is set aside for first year students.

Furnishings include:

  • Bed with extra long twin mattress
  • Dresser
  • Desk/chair
  • Closet space for each student
  • Window blinds

Some rooms have great views of Elliot Park, while others have unique historical layouts. The residence hall portion of Miller Hall is wheelchair accessible.