Siceluff Hall is the campus home of the modern and classical languages department. The University completely renovated the hall in 2009, and it now houses state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology. Siceluff was built in the 1920s and was the third building constructed on the Missouri State campus. The renovation maintained the building’s historic character while upgrading its technological offerings. All of this makes Siceluff one of the University’s loveliest, most comfortable buildings.
In addition, Siceluff is centrally located on campus and adjacent to MSU’s largest student computer lab, which is located in Cheek Hall, as well as the Plaster Student Union.
Duane G. Meyer Library
As the main campus library, Meyer provides:
- Missouri’s only United Nations document depository
- Research assistance
- Subject guides
- Academic journals
- International newspapers