Flowers Hall was built in 2003, conveniently next to Evans Commons. This residence hall is named in honor of the family of Board Member Duane Flowers.
Located on the horizon side of campus, Flowers Hall is home to 180 freshman students spread throughout the four floors with students from a variety of majors, sports, and cultural backgrounds. The first and third floors of Flowers house male students, and the second and fourth floors house female students. The rooms are a made-up of two-person bedrooms with a Jack and Jill bathroom in between two rooms, along with a handful of three-person rooms with a private bathroom. Flowers has stairs and a fully-functional elevator to transport students to upper floors. Each resident of Lindenwood University in Flowers is provided with an extra-long twin bed frame, mattress, three-drawer dresser, desk, chair and closet.
On the main floor of Flowers, there is a comfortable lounge furnished with couches, tables, chairs, a microwave, and a big screen TV, perfect for dining, studying, or gaming tournaments. In addition to the lounge, there is a laundry facility on the first floor. Students are allowed to have mini-fridges in their rooms, as well as one microwave per room (700 watts or less). Any additional furniture a resident wishes to bring into their room that compromises the shared space between roommates must be approved by the Residential Community Coordinator over Flowers hall.
Flowers is complete with all the modern amenities such as air conditioning, new Wi-Fi, and has several handicap accessible certified rooms.
Flowers is conveniently located near the Lou Brock Sports Complex, Spellmann Campus Center, Evans Commons, the field house, Harlen C. Hunter Stadium, J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts, and the Hyland Arena/training room. We hope this kind of environment sounds exciting to you and we look forward to having you as part of our community soon!