Whether you are taking your first steps on campus to visit the Office of Admissions in Sanders Hall or you are a seasoned Millsaps Major who frequents the porches of Reuben's eatery, you'll experience an inviting 100-acre residential community recognized for its history, achievements and beauty.
Tradition and history are found in the beloved Christian Center, stately Murrah Hall and the James Observatory, our oldest structure. In the fall of 2009, the iconic Christian Center cupola dome was restored to its original copper finish, completed along with other restoration needed after damage by Hurricane Katrina.
The newest structures on campus are the three suite-style dorms named after Charles, John and Susanna Wesley, key figures in Methodist Church history. Students enjoy the private rooms, expansive porches and community spaces for studying and socializing offered by these facilities opened in August 2009. The new dorms are just steps from the popular, late-night coffee shop and eatery, Reuben's, established to provide a South campus restaurant and extended evening hours.
From historical to green, facilities at Millsaps are all within walking distance of one another, making Millsaps an ideal pedestrian campus.