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San Jacinto Hall

San Jacinto Hall Exterior

San Jacinto Hall, located on the central part of the campus, offers private bedroom suite style rooms. 

San Jacinto Hall is a Super Suite Hall with a shared bathroom contained within the suite and includes a separate common area.

  Hall Staff
  217 W. Woods St.
San Marcos, TX 78666
  512.245.7676
  Opened 2004

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  469 Beds
   Single Gender by Suite
  Furnished Common Area
  Private Bedrooms
  WiFi Throughout
  Elevator Access



Single Room

Double Room

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Provided Furniture

Standard Twin Bed
(76" Mattress)

Desk and Desk Chair

Bookshelf

Dresser

Loftable Bed

Couch, Chair,
Table, and TV Stand

 

Amenities

Pool and Foosball Tables

Lounge on Each Floor

Full Community Kitchen

WiFi Internet
Connection in Room

In-Suite Common Area

Theatre Room

Elevator Access

 

Special Features

Every Room Has a Window

Mirrored Closet Door

Movable Furniture

Carpeted Bedroom

Laundry on Each Floor

 

Room Specs

Bedroom Size:
9' x 12'

Common Area Size:
11' x 11'

Window Size:
36" x 60"

Floor Plan


Measurements

Bed

L: 76"
W: 35"
D: 6"
Loftable at Highest: 65"
Loftable at Lowest: 29"

Bookshelf

H: 30"
W: 24"
D: 10"
 

Common Area
(4 Bedrooms)

L: 137"
W: 137"
Window: H: 57", W: 72"
From Window to Floor: 37"

Dresser

H: 30"
W: 29.5"
D: 24"

 

Bathroom

2 Vanities
1 Toilet
1 Shower with Curtain
 

Common Area
(2 Bedrooms)

L: 157"
W: 137"
No Window

Desk

H: 30"
W: 45"
D: 24"

 

Outlets in Rooms

4 Power Outlets
1 Cable Port
1 Phone Port
1 Ethernet Port

Closet

H: 80"
W: 66"
D: 28"
From Hanging Rod to Floor: 68"
 

Outlets in Common Area

8 Power Outlets
1 Cable Port

 


History of San Jacinto Hall

San Jacinto Hall is named for both the river that runs from Lake Houston to Galveston Bay and for the Battle of San Jacinto. This battle, fought on April 21, 1836, was the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution in which Texas won independence over Mexico.