Each residence hall room has the following standard accommodations:
• Telephone with voicemail, cable television connection and ether net connections to the campus network
• Smoke detector and sprinkler system
• Twin beds, closets, dressers, a mirror, desks and desk chairs
• Heat and air conditioning
Many rooms have ceiling fans. All residence halls have a television lounge and kitchen facilities that include a
refrigerator, stove and microwave. All residence halls, except Reid Hall, have an elevator.
It is recommended to wait until after you see your room to purchase a rug, bedspreads and curtains.
Room sizes average 10' x 12' in size; there is also some variance among the halls .
Carson Residence Hall
Carson is an upper class residence hall. It has a wonderful porch with large rocking chairs. Carson predominately
has singles, triples and quads. Carson has a large kitchen/communal space complete with a television and study
room, as well as hardwood floors and built-in closets. It currently houses the upper class Honors Hall on the third
Dew Residence Hall
Dew is an upper class residence hall with primarily double and single spaces, and a limited number of quad
rooms. A kitchen, laundry room and the E.B. Room (a lounge) are located in the basement of Dew. Dew also
houses the Non-Residential and Turning Point Student Lounge on the lower level, adjacent to the E.B. Room. The
first-year Honors Hall is on the second floor.
Grammer Residence Hall
Grammer Hall was built in 1912 and is named for the Reverend Dr. Carl Grammer, a member and former president
of the SBC Board of Directors. Grammer is an upper class residence hall that contains primarily single and double
living spaces. Along with hardwood floors and a main floor parlor, Grammer also features a kitchen and TV lounge
on the lower level. The International Hall is currently housed on the second floor.
Manson Residence Hall
Manson is an upper class residence hall with hardwood floors and large kitchen facilities, TV lounge and a parlor.
This building has more triples and quads, which makes it a popular housing space.
Meta Glass Residence Hall
Meta Glass Hall was built in 1962 and is named for Miss Meta Glass, President Emeritus of the college. Meta Glass
is a first-year residence hall. The building has mostly double rooms with built-in closets and dressers. There are
kitchens and TV/social lounges on the floors and a laundry facility on the lower level. Meta Glass also houses the
Outdoor Program and the Post Office on the first floor.
Randolph Residence Hall
Randolph is an upper class residence hall housing predominately juniors and seniors. It has a variety of rooms
(singles, doubles, triples and quads). Randolph has hardwood floors and kitchen facilities. The Eco Hall
is currently housed on the third floor.
Reid Residence Hall
Reid is a first-year residence hall. There is a kitchen on the second floor and two parlors. The Reid Pit Student
Activities Center, located on the ground floor, has a flat screen TV, pool table, ping pong table, games and audio-
visual equipment. Reid Pit also houses the Leadership Certificate Program, the Chaplain's Office and student media
offices including the literary magazine, yearbook, newspaper and radio station. Reid does not have an elevator.
Patteson House is an upper class facility located away from the traditional residence halls. It has individual
bedrooms, hardwood floors and a kitchen. There is a washer and dryer and multiple shared bathrooms.
The Green Village offers furnished, apartment-style living to 60 students. Each unit features individual bedrooms,
two bathrooms, a kitchen, living room, dining room, washer and dryer, and a patio or balcony.
Items that are provided:
• Range (stove/oven)
• Garbage disposal
• Two chairs
• Flat screen television
• Coffee table
• Two end tables
• Entry table
• Dining Area
• Four chairs
• Two bar stools
Items to leave at home:
• Grills (charcoal and propane)
• Halogen lamps
• Pets (other than fish and turtles)
• Telephone/answering machine