approximately 1,900 students, LaFollette Complex is the largest residence hall
complex on campus. The complex comprises four L-shaped, eight-story units divided
into halls that include Brayton/Clevenger, Knotts/Edwards, Mysch/Hurst, Woody/Shales, and Shively. Also located in the
complex is the main office of Housing
and Residence Life as well as several dining options collectively referred
to as LaFollette Square.
Robert R. LaFollette, former professor and head of the social science department (on faculty from 1921-1961). LaFollette Complex has several halls named after individuals: Margaret Brayton, assistant professor of elementary education at Burris; Gola H. Clevenger, director of placement and admissions director; P.D. Edwards, head of the mathematics department; Lawrence Hurst, associate professor of social science; Lucile Knotts, Burris teacher; Lucia Alice Mysch, associate professor of art; John M. Shales, faculty, department of education; and Levi S Shively, professor of mathematics
Year completed: 1967; renovated in 1998