Myers Hall offers four-person and five-person suite-style living, available to both new and returning Southeast students. Each room has its own entrance and sink and houses either two or three students. Rooms are connected by a bathroom to create a suite. Each room has its own free-standing wardrobe, desk, chair, and bed that can be lofted to create a custom layout.  

Located on south campus, Myers residents live next door to Kent Library, the University Center, and Houck Field, and are just a short walk from Capaha Park. 

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Myers Specifications

Room Item Specifications
Room (approximate measurements)  15'L x 14'W x 8'H 
Window sizes vary depending on the room. 
Desktop 36"L x 24"W 
Freestanding 3-drawer dresser: drawers are approximately 5.5" tall.  30"W x 30"H x 24"D 
Outlets  2 quad outlets 
4 double outlets 
Wardrobe Dimensions (All dimensions are from the base of the space in the wardrobe in which clothes are hung to the closet rod (i.e. where you hang your clothes)  34.75"W x 22.25"D x 55"H 
Mattress size: extra-long twin, with loft kit  80"L x 38"W 
Storage beneath the bed (approximate measurements): when the bed is on the highest rung without lofting  80"L x 39"D x 33"H 
Space under sink  26.5"H x 20"D x 38.5"W 

Myers Amenities

Room and Floor Amenities 

  • Bathroom: suitemates share access to a separate shower room and toilet room 
  • Internet: LAN (1 per student) and Wi-Fi  
  • Room furniture: bed, desk, chair, and wardrobe 
  • Sink (each room)  
  • Tile Flooring

Myers Hall 

  • Customer service desk  
  • Community kitchen (second floor) 
  • Laundry (first floor) 
  • Program lounge: seating and TV (second and third floor) 
  • Study room 
  • TV lounge: seating and TV (second, third, and fifth floor) 
  • Vending and ice machines (second floor)  

What’s nearby 

  • Academic buildings 
  • Campus Health Clinic  
  • Capaha Park 
  • Dining Options: Houck’s Place, Panda Express, Redhawk Market, and Starbucks 
  • Holcomb Success Center  
  • Houck Field 
  • Kent Library 
  • Restaurants 
  • Southeast Bookstore 
  • University Center 
  • U.S. Bank and ATM (inside Southeast Bookstore) 

Quick Facts

  • Located on South Campus 
  • Capacity: 204 students  
  • Hall Type: suite-style, shared bath/shower (cleaned by resident) 
  • Room Types: doubles and triples 
  • 5 floors, 1 RA per wing 

Mailing Address

Student Name 
Myers Hall Room # 
321 Dearmont Circle 
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 

2023-2024 Residence Hall Rates

Greek/Group Singles $3750 $7500
Towers East and South Singles  $3750 $7500     
Towers East Doubles  $2950  $5900  $4425  $8850
Towers North and West      Doubles $3725 S7450 $5587.50 $11,175
Towers North and West Premium Doubles $4225  $8450 $6337.50 $12,675
Myers Singles $3925 $7850
Myers Doubles $3600 $7200 $5400 $10,800
Merick, LaFerla, Vandiver Doubles $3775 $7550 $5662.50 $11,325
Dobbins River Campus Center Doubles $3925 $7850  $5887.50 $11,775

RHA Fee 

$15 per semester 

The RHA fee serves multiple purposes. $7.30 goes to fund all the activities of the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH). These student leadership organizations provide programming, conference attendance, and leadership development opportunities to our on-campus residents. $5.00 goes to support safety and security in the residence halls. These funds assist the Office of Residence Life in expanding keycard access to exterior doors of residence halls, installing cameras at residence hall entrances, and maintaining that equipment. $2.70 funds the programming provided by the Resident Assistants (RAs) in each of our residence halls. This money supports community development and educational programming provided throughout the residence halls during the year. 

Technology Fee 

$30 per semester 

The technology fee is used to support the technology needs of each of the residence halls. This money supports the wireless and LAN networks in the student rooms, lounges, and throughout the residence halls. Funds are used to maintain and upgrade equipment, pay licensing or renewal fees, and maintain the software available to students within the residence halls. 



While you’re here, you won’t be stuck eating mac and cheese (unless that’s what you want). Find tons of dining across campus including options that cater to your dietary needs, so you won’t have to sacrifice quality or nutrition for convenience. Plus, you’ll dine with a clear conscience—learn about our sustainability efforts and eco-friendly packaging. Explore our dining options and select the meal plan that’s right for you.

Towers Complex 102
Mailing Address

One University Plaza, MS 0055
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701