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San Marcos Hall

San Marcos Hall Exterior

San Marcos Hall, located in the western part of campus, offers private bedroom and double occupancy suite-style rooms—there will either be two or four students per suite. 

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

  Hall Staff

  703 Academy St.
    San Marcos, TX 78666
  Opened 2002

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  417 Beds
   Single Gender by Suite
  Furnished Common Area
  In-Room Kitchenette
  WiFi Throughout
  No Elevator Access

Single Room

Double Room

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Provided Furniture

Single Bedroom: Full-size Bed

Double Bedroom:
Standard Twin Bed
(76" Mattress)

Desk and Desk Chair


Couch, Chair,
Tables, and TV Stand

4.0 cu. ft. Refrigerator,
Microwave, Sink, Cupboard,
and Cabinets



Pool Table

Lounge on Each Floor

Full Community Kitchen

Microwave in Suite

WiFi Internet
Connection in Room

In-Suite Common Area

Theatre Room

Laundry Room


Special Features

Kitchenette in Suite

Carpeted Bedroom

7 Shelves in Common Area


Room Specs

Single Bedroom Size:
9' x 9'

Double Bedroom Size:
15' x 16'

Common Area Size:
11' x 13'

Window Size:
40" x 55"

Floor Plan


Bed (Full Size)

L: 76"
W: 52"
D: 6"
Storage Under Bed: 17"


H: 79"
W: 65"
D: 28"
Mirrored Sliding Door

Bed (Twin Size)

L: 76"
W: 35"
D: 6"
Storage Under Bed: 15"

Outlets in Room

3 Power Outlets
1 Cable Port
1 Phone Port
1 Ethernet Port


3 Drawers
H: 32"
W: 29.5"
D: 24"


2 Vanities
1 Toilet
1 Shower with Curtain


H: 32"
W: 42"
D: 24"

Common Area

L: 156"
W: 136"
147 sq. ft.
6 Power Outlets
1 Cable Port
1 Ethernet Port

History of San Marcos Hall

San Marcos Hall is named in honor of the city and the river. Archeological digs support evidence that the San Marcos River has been the site of human habitation for more than 10,000 years. This discovery on the banks of the San Marcos River, suggests that this area is considered to be among the oldest, continuously inhabited spaces in the Northern Hemisphere.

Exterior photo of San Marcos Hall