Hannon Hall is a cozy all-female hall located just footsteps away from MSU's academic buildings. Residents appreciate the camaraderie, safety and peacefulness Hannon offers. Hannon Hall houses one of the most popular dining halls on campus, with a fantastic variety of entrees*. Due to its popularity, Hannon is made up of many upperclassmen who have returned to the hall for a second, third, and fourth year.*Hannon Dining Hall will be closed to the public after the 2016-2017 academic year to accommodate for the Gallatin College Culinary Arts program.
- Double (with roommate)
- Single (limited availability)
- Double-as-single (limited availability) *Double-as-Single rooms are not available before the upcoming academic term. This option is awarded during the current semester based on occupancy.
Special Living Options:
- Quality weight room which was constructed by the RHA members
- Centralized laundry facility (5 washers/5 dryers)
- Centralized lobby with lounge furniture
- TV room
- Floor lounges with kitchenettes and lounge furniture
- Vending machines
- Music practice room
- Sinks in every room
- Free cable TV
- Computer lab
- Direct and wireless internet access
Student Mailing Address:
100 Hannon Hall, Room ____
Bozeman, MT 59715-5176
Hannon Hall Front Desk:
Hannon Residence Hall Association (RHA):
The Hannon/Quads RHA program is an active student group promoting educational and social events for the students in both Hannon Hall and the Quads. Annual activities include a Hannon Date Auction where money is raised for a local charity, the Quad’s Shindig where each Quad features a fun and challenging activity, and more. In addition to annual events, the RHA team works hard providing regular weekly meetings and activities to keep students abreast on campus wide announcements and provide some time to be social! Activities at the weekly meetings include chocolate twister, games of spoons, speed befriending, duct tape your RA and much, much more!
Office Phone: 406-994-2821
Blake was raised in Fairfield, Montana and graduated from Montana State University with a Bachelor's degree in Health and Human Development in 2011 and a Master's degree in Adult & Higher Education with a focus on Student Affairs in 2015.
This will be Blake's 13th year at MSU and his fourth as a Resident Director. Blake is also serving as the Coordinator of Student Leadership & Engagement. Before that, Blake worked as a student desk clerk, served on the Residence Hall Association Executive Board, and was a full-time Administrative Associate for the Residence Life office.
Blake is looking forward to working with students to make their time at MSU as memorable as his was and is excited about the upcoming year. In his spare time, Blake enjoys exploring the beauty of the Gallatin Valley, reading a good book, and relaxing with friends and colleagues.
Names are listed in alphabetical order
|Kyrie Bitterman||Sustainable Food and Bioenergy||Polson, MT|
|Cade Bowman||Mechanical Engineering||Laurel, MT|
|Kylar Clifton||Economics||Great Falls, MT|
|Alison Dumas||Health and Human Performance||Eagle, ID|
|Breanne Hodgson||Physics||Bend, OR|
|Christian Lewis||Biological Engineering||Gig Harbor, WA|
|Colleen Lynch||Microbiology||Glenview, IL|
|Keaton Nicholson||Pre-Business||Kalispell, MT|
|Tavin Schneider||Plant Science||Hogeland, MT|
|Margaret Scott||Mechanical Engineering||Fort Collins, CO|
|Blake Stemen||Resident Director||Fairfield, MT|
|Abigail Vanderkolk||Pre-Nursing||Great Falls, MT|
|Daria Vinchesi||Liberal Studies||Lake Oswego, OR|