Morton Stevens Hall

Morton Stevens Hall is identical in design to the McIntosh and Nerland halls, the eastern and central buildings in the dormitory complex on Denali Lane. It opened in 1958, one of five new residence halls built to accommodate the rapidly growing student population. Initially a men’s dormitory, the 100-student hall today is coed by floor. Students live in double or single rooms on four floors. In 1996, Stevens Hall underwent a major renovation and also had new furniture, high-speed Internet access and cable TV access installed.

From 1954 to 1960, President Patty oversaw construction of new facilities on campus at a rate of at least one per year. He raised funds from the Alaska Public Works program averaging about $1 million each year. Morton Stevens Hall was one of many buildings built during Patty’s transformation of the university landscape. 
Elissa Koyuk

Elissa Koyuk

Resident Director and Conduct Administrator

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How is my hall secured?

24-hour security is provided with required key card access to the building, and key access required to access rooms.

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How do I switch rooms?

There are two processes to switch rooms, Room Swaps and Even Room Changes.

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How do I get involved?

Residence Hall Association (RHA) is a student-led organization the coordinating body of the residential community.

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How do I make a maintenance request?

Any room or hall maintenance issues can be submitted through your Resident Assistant or Resident Director.

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What meal plan can I get?

Learn all there is to know about your meal plan and dining service.

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What appliances are allowed?

Residents are permitted to bring one refrigerator to be used in their residence hall room.

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