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Hepburn Hall

Hepburn Hall is named for Andrew Dousa Hepburn, Miami University's Seventh President from 1871 to 1873. This building is the second on campus to bear his name. The original Hepburn Hall sat short distance west and north of Bishop Hall. It was the first women's residence hall. When it became obvious that this building would be demolished to make way for the new library, the name was reassigned. Flower Hall is located on North Quad near the athletic facilities and conveniently located close to Martin Dining Hall, which also houses Scoreboard Market and Hawks Nest To Go.

All rooms are equipped with:
  • twin-XL bed: 80" x 36", with 11" underneath
  • desk: 24" x 48" x 29.5"
  • dresser
  • closet or wardrobe: 36" x 24" x 72"
  • ergonomic chair
  • window shades
  • ceiling lights
  • small trash can
  • recycling can
  • bunk bed safety rails provided provided upon request; submit a request using your MyCard room repair online form after you arrive.


Hepburn Hall
Miami University
355 Talawanda Road
Oxford, OH  45056

Building amenities include...
Cold Beverage & Snack Vending
Foosball
Kitchenette
Living Room
Piano
Pool Table
TV
TV & Recreation Room

Floor Plan of Hepburn Hall floor 0
Floor Plan of Hepburn Hall floor 1
Floor Plan of Hepburn Hall floor 2
Floor Plan of Hepburn Hall floor 3