Constructed in 1922, the Spanish Revival architecture of Grossnickle Hall earned this residence hall a spot on the National Register of Historic Places and a designation as a Mississippi Landmark. Grossnickle halls is the home of Residential Honors Program of the Ina E. Gordy Honors College.
The hall is exclusively available to members of the Gordy Honors College, creating a unique academic living environment. Students live in suite-style rooms with living rooms and kitchenettes in each suite. Each room has a private bath. Residents have access to amenities such as 1GB/s ethernet, and free wireless internet connectivity.
Residents in Grossnickle are located in the beautiful North Campus community. Centrally located, Grossnickle is immediately adjacent to Painter Academic Hall and Parkinson Science Hall. Most other academic buildings on campus are less than a 5 minute walk from Grossnickle Hall.
The two-story building was named in honor of R.L. Grossnickle, former head of the department of mathematics.
Historic North Campus
In the Residential Honors Program (RHP), students participate in a living-learning community for their freshman and sophomore years.
If selected, you will participate in a Residential Honors Program that includes: