o SMC has seven
residence halls with fast access to classroom buildings.
o There are
many different residence hall room styles, including single rooms in suites and
double rooms. Apply early to get the room configuration you want most!
o There are
lots of social and educational activities planned by your resident advisers so
you’ll get to know other students quickly and easily.
hall security is very strong, with keypad entry systems and resident advisers
and directors living in each building.
<div>[MUSIC PLAYING] We have residence hall rallies every week. In my residence hall, we've done like a tie-dye night, a movie night, and we'll get the whole residence all together and go to different sporting events on campus. And it's just really fun to be able to get to know all your different hallmates and roommates. </div><div><br></div><div>The different residence halls on campus are Hammond, Willard, Parsons, Judd, Kingman, Bridges, and Sparrow. Depending on the residence hall you are in, if you're in, say, Judd, you have two people to a room and then a hall bathroom. But in Bridges or Sparrow, you have the suite style rooms, and you have your living room and your bathroom, and then three different people share those common areas. </div><div><br></div><div>The convenience is definitely something that I really like. If you wake up late and you have five minutes to get to class, you can still get there because you live so close. The residence halls are actually really secure. You have your ID card, and only your ID card will get you in your residence hall. So if you live in Bridges, you can get into Bridges, but you can't get into, say, Judd or Parsons. </div><div><br></div><div>[MUSIC PLAYING]</div>