WMU Memorial Dormitory is one of the most historic residence halls on campus, although we like to refer to it as a Residence Hall. It was constructed in 1928 by the Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (they did not actually build it, but funded it). Since then the building has contained everything from a swimming pool, to soldiers, to the University Art Department. WMU is reserved specifically for freshmen women to enhance the first-year experience. WMU offers several styles of rooms including privates and double rooms.
Residents are not allowed to bring in their own loft beds.
Average Room Dimensions
|Window||70" by 52 1/2"|
|Room||173" by 143" (14.4' by 11.9')|
|Dresser||20" deep, 24" wide, 45" tall|
|Wardrobe||7' by 3'|
|Desk||4' by 2.5'|
Each room comes equipped with:
- One dresser per resident
- One desk and chair per resident
- Twin bed with adjustable lofting capability
- Heating and Air Conditioning
- Electrical outlets
- Average number of women on each hall: 25
- Central laundry room is located on the first floor
- There are large lounges on the first, second, third and fourth floors
- WMU also contains wifi access throughout the building
- Outdoor bike storage is available
WMU Memorial Dormitory for women students opened, the result of an extensive fund-raising effort by the Woman's Missionary Union of Oklahoma. WMU underwent major renovations in 1980.