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Ezelle Hall

Freshman Men


Ezelle HallHistory - Ezelle Hall was built in 1958 and named for Mr. R.L. Ezelle, who served on the Millsaps Board of Trustees for 20 years. Ezelle is comprised of three floors and roughly 31,000 square feet of living space.

Ezelle Hall was completely renovated in 1997; during the renovation process, new carpeting was installed in the hallways, new lights were installed in bedrooms. The building also features new bathrooms and new ventilation systems as part of its renovation. 

Design - Ezelle Hall is located on the south side of campus, near all other upperclassmen dorms and the fraternity houses. It currently houses freshman men.  The bathrooms in this residence hall are particularly spacious, and handicap-accessible features are available. 

Students reside in traditional double rooms with tiled floors.  Each room also includes two internet hook-ups and basic furniture, including a desk, chair, dresser, closet, and bed for each occupant.


  • a large second floor lobby, complete with several tables, couches, loveseats, and a large screen television
  • several vending machines
  • a laundry room in the Ezelle basement
  • an additional basement lobby with couches
  • a newspaper kiosk for students
  • indoor elevators and outdoor access ramps, with several rooms designed specifically for handicapped students
  • a manual air conditioning system, allowing students to control the air and heat conditions in their rooms as they choose
  • bordered by a basketball court, a new sand volleyball court, and an outdoor courtyard area with benches  


Ezelle room floor plan