Dedicated on Oct. 24, 1927, Irwin Hall was renovated with a new air conditioning system added in 2015.
Located on the heritage side of campus, Irwin Hall was dedicated in 1924 and home to 150 female sophomores, juniors and seniors from a variety of majors, sports, and cultural backgrounds. Irwin is made-up of spacious one-, and two-person rooms with the option of a community or shared bathroom spread out among five floors, including the basement floor. Irwin is not equipped with an elevator, which means that using the stairs is the only outlet when traveling up to the second, third and fourth floors. The first floor of Irwin is granted to members of the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. The Phi Sigma Sigma sorority is an awesome group of women and the perfect group for residents looking to live the Greek Life collegiate experience. Each resident of Lindenwood University in Irwin is provided with an extra-long twin bed frame, mattress, three-drawer dresser, desk, chair, closet or wardrobe.
On the main floor of Irwin, there is a comfortable lounge furnished with couches, tables, chairs, a microwave and a big screen TV, perfect for dining or studying. In addition to the lounge, there is also a laundry facility on the basement floor. Microwaves in individual’s rooms are not permitted; however, students are allowed to have mini-fridges in their rooms. 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 of Irwin Hall.
Irwin is complete with all the modern amenities such as air conditioning, new Wi-Fi.
Irwin is conveniently located near Spellmann Campus Center, Harmon Hall, Young Hall, Butler Hall, Library and Academic Resources Center and Roemer Hall. We hope this kind of environment sounds exciting to you and we look forward to having you as part of our community soon! If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the live-in area coordinator in Irwin hall.