Park and Mudd Residential College

Park and Mudd Residential College was established in 1989. Park House was dedicated in 1991 and named after Helen Ette Park. Mudd House is named after the Seeley Greenleaf Mudd Foundation. Today, our residential college is affectionately known as Park Mudd.

Park Mudd Communities

Park House exteriorPark House

Park House consists of modern six-person suites with each having its own bathroom. Each student will have a: XL twin bed frame and accompanying mattress; a three drawer dresser; and a computer desk and chair. The suite is carpeted and a shower curtain is provided.

Park house provides a kitchen and laundry on each floor. There are available study spaces, music practice rooms, laundry facilities, and a main computer lab. Students will be responsible for providing their personal items and toiletries.


Mudd House exteriorMudd House

Mudd House consists of modern four-person suites with each having its own bathroom. Each student will have a: XL twin bed frame and accompanying mattress; a three drawer dresser; and a computer desk and chair. The suite is carpeted and a shower curtain is provided.

Mudd house provides a kitchen and laundry on each floor. There are available study spaces, music practice rooms, laundry facilities, and a main computer lab. Students will be responsible for providing their personal items and toiletries.

Park and Mudd Staff

Assistant Residential College Director | Resident Advisors | Student Technology Coordinator | WUSAs | Faculty Fellow

Brittany Miller

Interim Park and Mudd Residential College Director

Office Location: Hurd 11

Phone: 314-935-8295

Contact Brittany by email


Assistant Residential College Director

Resident Advisors

Student Staff

WUSAs

For information about the WUSA League of students, please visit here.

Faculty Fellow

At a Glance

First-Year Students
Colors: Red and Black
Mascot: Panther
Traditions:

  • Panther Week
    A weeklong programming opportunity during the first few weeks of the spring semester for the residents to connect over food, fellowship and educational opportunities.
  • Dinner Derby
    A tradition that dates back to 2003 where food from local businesses are brought to the residential college. Tickets are sold to the dinner and all proceeds go to a charity.
  • Park Mudd “Mudd Pies”
    Monthly “Mudd Pie” event where students create their own dirt cakes and participate in education around identity, service, wellness and more.
  • Panthers take the Mississippi
    One of the first events of the spring semester where residents join together on a steamboat tour of the Mississippi river. Students have the opportunity to take great photos of the St. Louis Arch and learn to use the MetroLink.
  • Tree Planting
    Each year residents plant a tree on campus to bring awareness to being sustainable, and to commemorate a great year in the residential college.

Floor Plans

Park and Mudd Cleaning Schedules

Park House Cleaning Schedule

Monday 410, 420, 430, 440, 460
Tuesday 310, 320, 330, 350, 352, 450, 452, 470, 480, 490
Wednesday 252, 270, 340, 360, 370, 380, 390
Thursday 160, 190, 210, 220, 230, 240, 250, 260, 280, 290
Friday 110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 152, 170, 180

***Room hallways will be vacuumed on the day the bathroom is cleaned.

Mudd House Cleaning Schedule

Monday 400, 410, 420, 430, 440, 450
Tuesday 300, 330, 340, 390, 460, 470, 480, 490
Wednesday 160, 170, 180, 240, 290, 310, 320, 350, 360, 370, 380
Thursday 200, 210, 220, 230, 250, 260, 270
Friday 100, 110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 190, 280

***Room hallways and common room will be vacuumed on the day the bathroom is cleaned.

Items to Be Cleaned

Listed below are the minimum items you should expect to be cleaned on your cleaning day(s). Please let us know if we miss anything!

Paper products replenished, dispensers cleaned. Per bathroom cleaning schedule
Sinks, toilets, mirrors, door handles, light switches cleaned. Per bathroom cleaning schedule
Walls, stall dividers and doors spot cleaned.  Per bathroom cleaning schedule
Shower stalls disinfected, hair and debris removed from drain covers, chrome polished. Per bathroom cleaning schedule
Shower stalls deep-cleaned of soap film residue. Weekly
Vents, ledges and lights cleaned/dusted. Weekly
Shower curtain changed (washed). Monthly

vacuum iconAt any time you believe the housekeeping services are not being completed to your expectations, please Request Housekeeping.