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Welcome Home to Smith Hall

When you're looking for a residence hall, you want to check off all the boxes. That's why you should check out Smith Hall.

Spacious air-conditioned rooms? Check. Kitchenettes on each floor? Check. Lounge areas to enjoy a snack with friends? Quiet areas to study? Check and double check. There's even bike storage if you care to bring your wheels.

The largest residence hall on campus, Smith houses almost half the first-year class.

And with just a short walk, you can be at TRAX, our campus night club. The academic buildings are located just across Smith lawn, which is a great place to pull up an orange or maroon Adirondak chair and enjoy a sunny afternoon.

Facts About Smith Hall

  • Double and triple rooms with community bathrooms
  • 13' x 13' rooms
  • Furniture: Bed, desk, chair, dresser
  • Vinyl tile floor
  • Lounges
  • Study room
  • Laundry rooms
  • Bike storage
  • Kitchenettes
  • Air conditioning
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable
  • Elevator
Take the Tour
Smith Hall
3

floors

275

number of residents

3

lounges

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