The Residential Life program at Maryville strives to meet the differing needs of a changing student population. All students living in university housing can expect a high quality residential program that provides a fun, supportive, and challenging environment where every student can live, learn, and develop academic and social skills. This year on campus, residents can expect numerous events ranging from social, get-to-know-students activities, to programs and services designed to help students become more successful in the classroom. The residence includes Mouton Hall; Potter Hall; and Hilltop Apartments. Mouton Hall has the capacity to house 147 students. Each floor has a large lounge and laundry facility. The ground floor consists of: snack and soda machines; a kitchen with a microwave, stove, and refrigerator; and the public safety office. Cookie and T.R. Jr. Potter Hall is a co-ed facility housing 248 students and has a private bathroom in each residential room. Male and female students live next to one another; however, single-gendered living spaces are also designated throughout the building. Room options in Potter Hall include doubles and triples, with the possibility of a few single rooms based on accommodation requests. The apartments are fully-furnished with bedroom and living room furniture. Kitchen appliances include a garbage disposal, dishwasher, stove/oven, and a built-in microwave. Free laundry service is available on the lower level of each building. Every apartment has a private backyard patio equipped with a picnic table and grill. Each floor, wing or apartment is staffed by a Resident Assistant (RA). The RA?s are students that have been selected and trained prior to the beginning of each academic year. Since the RA?s reside in an assigned living area, they have the opportunity to get to know their residents and provide on-going support. Free laundry facilities are available to students in both the residence halls and apartments.