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Beretta Hall

Beretta Hall Exterior
Beretta Hall Exterior

Beretta Hall is a historic facility featuring a Spanish-style design. Beretta Hall is a traditional hall with community bathrooms on each floor. Beretta Hall houses Residential College, a living-learning community, where students enroll in core-level courses together.

Beretta Hall is a Traditional Hall where rooms share a hallway bathroom.

 You must be accepted into the Residential College Living-Learning Community to live in Beretta Hall.

 Hall Staff
 616 North LBJ Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
 Opened 1947

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 91 Beds
  Single Gender by Floor
 3 Floors
 Residential College LLC
  WiFi Throughout

 Located Near

The Quad
Commons Dining Hall
Evans Auditorium


Provided Furniture

Extra-Long Twin Bed
(80" Mattress)

Desk and Desk Chair


Loftable Bed



Pool and Ping-Pong Tables

Lobby and Study Lounge

Full Community Kitchen

Wifi Internet
Connection in Room


Special Features

Temperature Controls

Closet for Each Student

Entrance on 3rd Floor

Laundry on 1st Floor



Room Specs

Bedroom Size:
10' x 12'

Window Size:
50" x 60"

Floor Plan



L: 80"
W: 35"
D: 6"
Loftable at Highest: 65"
Loftable at Lowest: 29"


3 Power Outlets on Each Side
1 Cable Port
2 Phone Ports
2 Ethernet Ports


5 Drawers
H: 40"
W: 24"
D: 17"


2 Vanities
2 Countertops
2 Showers
2 Toilets


H: 30"
W: 42"
D: 24"



H: 76"
W: 42"
D: 24"
From Hanging Rod to Floor: 68"


History of Beretta

Beretta Hall opened in 1947 and is named for Sallie Beretta, who, in 1933, was appointed to the Board of Regents of the State Teachers Colleges of Texas. She, and her fellow regent members, most notably appointed Dr. John Garland Flowers to become the third president of Southwest Texas State Teachers College. Additionally, in 1951, Beretta purchased 125 acres of land in Wimberley, TX near the Blanco River and donated it to the university. This donation of land is the now the site of University Camp.