Mississippi State University

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  1. Residence Halls

    1. Rice Hall

      The co-residence hall, which houses about 500 students, opened in 1968 and is named for Nannie Herndon Rice, who worked to build and uplift the library facilities at Mississippi State. She also served as secretary of the Mississippi Women's Suffrage Movement.


      Rice Hall is a non-renovated, co-residence hall which houses about 500 students.


      180 Magruder St.

      GEO: 33.449590; -88.791020