Location: Hill Area
Meal Serving Unit: Yes
Breakfast Served: No
Resident Population and Composition:
Approximately 500 residents: 15% freshpersons, 85% upper-classpersons.
Resident Staff Size, Composition, Special Features:
14 Resident Advisors, 1 Minority Peer Advisor, 1 Head Librarian, 2 Resident Directors, 1 Resident Computer Systems Consultant, 1 Academic Peer Advisor.
Student Government/House Council/Minority Councils:
House Council has dues of $20.00; Minority Council (CAMM) gets funding from House Council.
Special Corridor/House Arrangements:
First floor Jordan is all male
First-floor Mosher is all female
Second floor is coed/non-smoking
Third floor Jordan is female/substance-free
Third floor Mosher is male/substance-free
Fourth floor Jordan end is male/substance-free
Fourth floor Jordan center and Mosher center is coed/substance-free
Fourth floor Mosher end is male/substance-free
Fifth floor Mosher and Jordan are female/substance-free
406 substance-free rooms, 47 non-smoking rooms
Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)
Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP)
Academic Advisor available twice a week for 6 total hours
LS&A advisor available 6 total hours a week
20 Macintosh and Zenith computers; 1 Laserwriter.
Study Space Description:
Individual floor lounges, except 1st Mosher and 2nd Floor; Library; 24-hour quiet study lounge; Brown lounge available for individual or group study.
Nikki Giovanni Lounge, Cesar E. Chavez Lounge, Jordan Lounge, Brown Lounge. All must be reserved 28 days in advance.
Kitchenettes on 3rd, 4th and 5th floors equipped with microwaves; fireplaces in Jordan, Nikki G. and the Chavez lounges.
Professional Staff in Building:
Coordinator of Residence Education (CORE), Living-Learning Program Directors, Office Coordinator, Dining Services and Facilities Managers, Secretary, student resident staff and front desk staff.
Mosher-Jordan Hall was completed in 1930 at a cost of $800,000. Since Mosher-Jordan was constructed as an all-female residence hall, the landladies of Ann Arbor heatedly protested because they felt their rooms would go empty - their fears were never realized. The residence hall was named after the first two Dean of Women at U-M: Eliza M. Mosher, and Myra B. Jordan. Mosher-Jordan remained all-female until 1968, when it became co-educational.
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