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Scott Hall at Miami University
Scott Hall
Scott Hall is named for Mrs. Caroline Scott Harrison, an 1852 graduate of the Oxford Female Institute who married Benjamin Harrison. He became the twenty-third President of the United States. While First Lady, Mrs. Harrison was one of the five founders of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and served as President of that organization until her death in 1892. Scott Hall is close to Market Street at MacCracken, Maplestreet Station, Miami's newest dining facility, and Harris Dining Hall, which is an all you care to eat location. All rooms are equipped with: twin-XL beds (80" x 36" mattress size), desks, ergonomic chairs, dressers, window shades, ceiling lights, and small trash cans.

Miami University
500 South Maple Avenue
Oxford, OH  45056

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