Terris Moore Hall
In 1966, Terris Moore Hall opened as an eight-story coed hall, and is the western-most building of the MBS Complex. Moore hall is one of the largest halls on campus, with a housing capacity of up to 320 students. Moore Hall is full of energy and students are always out and about. Moore Hall is an EDGE (or first-year) hall and one of the two first year halls during the school year, the other being Skarland Hall. Males traditionally occupy floors 2, 3, 5, and females occupy floors 4, 7, and 8.
The 6th floor is part of our Gender Diversity Living Learning Community.
Need help after hours? Call the Resident Assistant on duty 907-378-6105.
Super-single rooms also available. Super-single room is a double room with a single occupant.
- In room wifi hotspot
- Kitchen (1)
- On-site free laundry (3)
- Furnished lounges (5)
- Classroom on the first floor
- Live-in staff (9)
- Home to Gender Diversity Living Learning Community
By the numbers
- 8 Floors
- 196 Rooms
- 320 Residents
- Constructed in 1966
Our live-in professional and student staff are here to help our residents prosper in and out of the classroom.
Resident Directors (RD) have a background in student development. They are responsible for promoting a positive residential community, and facilitating large-and small-scale programs to help intergrate residents into student life at UAF.
Resident Assistants (RA) have extensive training with student concerns and campus resources. They help organize social and educational programs throughout the year. They are trained in mediation and are available to help resolve any roommate conflicts within the community.
|Floor 2||Dalton Robitzer|
|Floor 3||Alex Franck|
|Floor 4||Elissa Koyuk|
|Floor 5||Cassidy Seamont|
|Floor 6||Cassidy Seamount, Elissa Koyuk|
|Floor 7||Benjamin Fix|
|Floor 8||Emily Kennedy|