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Sayers Hall

Sayers Hall Exterior

Sayers Hall is one of two halls in the complex, the other is Falls Hall. These two halls share a community building which contains classrooms, lobby and lounge areas, a full size community kitchen and more.

Sayers Hall is an Adjoining Suite hall where rooms share a connected bathroom.

  Hall Staff
  631 Moore St.
San Marcos, TX 78666
  512.245.1020
  Opened 2014

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  292 Beds
   Single Gender by Suite
  6 Floors
  STEM LLC
  WiFi Throughout
  Elevator Access



Single Room

Double Room

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Provided Furniture

Extra-Long Twin Bed
(80" Mattress)

Desk and Desk Chair

Lockable Pedestal

Dresser

Loftable Bed

 

Amenities

Pool and Ping-Pong Tables

Sand Volleyball Court

Shaded Courtyard
with BBQ Pits

Lobby and Study Lounge

Full Community Kitchen

WiFi Internet
Connection in Room

Classrooms

Conference /
Multi-Purpose Room

Elevator Access

 

Special Features

Temperature Controls

Lots of Storage

Bathroom in Suite

 

Room Specs

Double Bedroom Size:
14' x 12.6'

Single Bedroom Size:
10.10' x 10.6'

Window Size:
64" x 72"

Floor Plan


Measurements

Bed

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

Closet

H: 96"
From Hanging Rod to Floor: 91"

Dresser

3 Drawers
H: 30"
W: 29.5"
D: 24"
 

Outlets

8 Power Outlets
2 Ethernet Ports
1 Cable Port

Desk

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

 

Bathroom

1 Vanity
1 Toilet
1 Shower with Curtain

Lockable Pedestal

H: 30"
W: 17"
D: 24"

 

Common Area

1 Vanity
12 Shelves (shared)
Towel Hooks


History of Sayers

Sayers Hall  is named for Jessie Alison Sayers. Sayers was one of the original faculty members at Southwest Texas State Normal School and younger sister to Joseph Draper Sayers, who was governor. Sayers’ contribution to the college is writing the Alma Mater.


Hall Artwork

Sayers and Falls Halls are home to artwork created by Texas native, James Surls. The piece called “Diamond with Nine Flowers” stands 18 feet high and is made of bronze and stainless steel. The sculpture resides in “The Contemplative Courtyard” which is centered on the space located outside of Sayers Hall.