Leaverton Hall is a coed, suite-style building that houses first-year, sophomore, junior and senior students. It also offers housing for our student athletes. It is staffed with one residence hall director and six student resident assistants.
- Over 300 residential students
- Card swipe entry at the main entrance
- Night security - Hours are Sun-Wed 12am-3am, Thurs-Sat 12am-4am
- Front desk services located in the lobby - Hours are M-F 8am-12am, Sat-Sun 5pm-12am
- Common lounge space on every floor
- Computer lab located on the first floor
- Kitchen area located in the basement
- Laundry facilities located in the basement
- Pool table located in the basement
- Treadmill located in the basement
- Vending machines located in the basement
- Each suite houses 4 students of the same gender
- Each suite consists of 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a shared commons area
- Typical suite living area: 16' x 11' 9"
- Typical suite bedroom: 8' 11" x 8' 11"
- Typical suite bathroom: 8' 11" x 11' 5"
- Bed: 2' 2" x 6' 9" x 3'
- Window: 4' x 4'
- Common area in each suite consists of couch, coffee table, table and chairs
- Accessible Room also available (see accessible room floor plan photo below)
- Card swipe entry on each suite door
- Hard key entry to the room
- Dimensions: 11' 2" x 17' 4" double with wall in middle.
- Individual student living area: 11' 2" x 8' 8".
- Double occupancy
- Window coverings
- Extra long twin bed (One per student)
- Desks (One per student)
- Chairs (One per student)
- Three-drawer dresser (One per student)
- Clothes armoire (One per student)
- Air conditioning/heating unit
- Wireless internet access
- Cable television jack (One per room)
- Free Griffon cinema available on Channel 80.1
Residence Hall Director
Typical Room Floor Plan
Accessible Room Floor Plan
The Leaverton Family has been actively involved in the St. Joseph community for many years. Ralph Roosevelt Leaverton, founder of Leaverton Auto Supply, came to St. Joseph in the 1920s and left a legacy continued today by his children and grandchildren.
In holding with the Missouri Western’s educational commitment, Barbara Leaverton’s concern for those less fortunate and her true interest in education are evident through her commitment to the college, its students and the Pass the Power Adult Literacy Program.