Miley Hall is a traditional corridor-style residence hall that accommodates first-year students and also houses the cafeteria, bookstore and offices for the Center for Student Development, Counseling Services, Health Services and Student Affairs. Students are housed on three floors, with males on the first floor and females on the second and third floors.
Designed in the international modern style by the architectural firm of Maginnis, Walsh and Kennedy, Miley Hall was completed in 1964. Situated on the site of Dr. Henry Barton Jacobs' Whiteholme estate, the grounds feature numerous Oriental Maidenhair trees that can reach 120 feet in height. Miley is named for Salve Regina's second president, Sister M. Hilda Miley.
Just the Facts
- Traditional residence hall
- Room options: doubles
- Room and Board
Building Type: First Year Housing, Student