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Laurel Hall

Laurel Hall Exterior

Laurel Hall is located near central campus and houses the Laurel Honors House and Terry Scholars Living-Learning Communities, where students enroll in core-level courses together.

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

 You must be accepted into the Honors College and apply for the Laurel Honors House or Terry Scholars Living-Learning Community to live in Laurel Hall.

  Hall Staff

  600 N. LBJ Dr.
    San Marcos, TX 78666
  512.245.2229
  Opened 1956

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  141 Beds
   Single Gender by Floor
  4 Floors
  Laurel Honors House
  WiFi Throughout
  No Elevator Access

 Located Near

 The Quad
 Commons Dining Hall
 Evans Auditorium



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Laurel Hall Room Tour

Laurel Hall residents Clayton and Trevor describe how they modified the arrangement of their traditional double room to optimize the space for their needs. They say that it’s important to communicate early and often with your new roommate to build a healthy relationship. They also talk about the connected experience of the Honors living-learning community (LLC).

 

Provided Furniture

Extra-Long Twin Bed
(80" Mattress)

Desk and Desk Chair

Dresser

Loftable Bed

 

Amenities

Pool and Ping-Pong Tables

Lobby and Study Lounge

Full Community Kitchen

WiFi Internet
Connection in Room

 

Special Features

Temperature Controls

Built-in Shelves

Concrete Walls

Laundry on 1st Floor

 

Room Specs

Bedroom Size:
10' x 13'

Window Size:
73" x 63"

Floor Plan


Measurements

Bed

L: 80"
W: 35"
D: 6"
Loftable at Highest: 59"
Loftable at Lowest: 29"

Outlets

4 Power Outlets
2 Phone Ports
2 Ethernet Ports

Dresser

3 Drawers
H: 30"
W: 29.5"
D: 24"
 

Bathrooms

4 Vanities
8 Toilets
7 Showers

Desk

H: 30"
W: 26"
D: 24"

 

Closet

H: 65"
W: 42"
D: 26"
From Hanging Rod to Floor: 63"
 

History of Laurel

Laurel Hall is named for the laurel tree that is native to the Mediterranean region and is believed by the ancient Romans to be a symbol of victory.

Exterior photo of Laurel Hall