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Goodman House

Upperclassman Men and Women

Goodman House

History - Goodman House was named in honor of a former Millsaps English teacher, Mrs. Marguerite Watkins Goodman and her family. Opened in 1985, the facility comprises 16,000 square feet of living space.  This residence hall is a two-story apartment style complex.

Design - Goodman House is located on the south side of campus adjacent to the campus entrance at Webster Street.  The building's location is convenient to all other south side residence halls and is just a few minutes' walk from most academic buildings.  Parking for Goodman is convenient, with many spaces located both directly in front and to the side of the building. 

Goodman House has a center courtyard, offering students a comfortable place to relax, entertain, and socialize.  Additionally, each of Goodman's double rooms contains a living room, bedroom, private bath, and a study lounge/kitchenette.  Each room also offers two internet hook-ups and basic furniture, including a desk, chair, dresser, closet, and bed for each occupant.

Features -

  • a center courtyard with barbecue pits, tables, and benches
  • a central laundry facility on the ground floor with beverage and snack machines
  • manual air conditioning system, allowing students to control the air and heat conditions in their rooms as they choose
  • a newspaper kiosk in the open-air courtyard

 

Goodman room floor plans