Turner Hall, originally called New Hall, was built in 1939. In 1956, the hall was renamed in honor of Mrs. Belle B. Turner, who served as a "mother" for the University's original Craig, Corbin, and New Halls.
Turner Hall is an all women's hall located at the center of campus. It features double rooms with a sink in each room. Turner Hall has four levels, houses 116 women, and has an average room size of 14'9" X 11'2".
The Dell Brown Room, located on the first floor, is a large and attractive lounge available for students to study in and participate in hall events.
Amenities At A Glance
Room options: Most rooms in Turner are doubles, but a limited number of single rooms are available
Wireless: Turner Hall offers wireless throughout the building and all rooms have high-speed Internet ports available
Laundry: A laundry room is located in the basement
Kitchen: There is a community kitchen located in the basement. You may check out supplies at the area desk
Lounges: The Dell Brown Room is a large community space on the first floor and features comfortable furniture and a piano. There is a community TV lounge and a second piano located in the basement. There are smaller study lounges available for residents to use on the 2nd and 3rd floors
Living Learning Communities: Turner Hall does not offer any Living Learning Communities
Elevator: Turner Hall does not have an elevator available to students
Rental Storage Units: Turner Hall does not have storage units to rent, but its neighbor Knowles Hall does
Top 5 Reasons to Live in Turner Hall
- Small, intimate community of all women
- Sinks in every room
- Large rooms and storage space in closets
- Community kitchen available in the basement
- The Residence Life Office is conveniently located on the first floor
Turner Hall Staff Contact
Turner Hall Admin - (406) 243-2554
Turner Hall Duty Phone - (406) 241-2447
Student's Full Name
Room # Turner Hall
Missoula, MT 59801
Photos of Turner Hall
*Room sizes and furniture in photos may vary from room to room.