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Smith Hall

Smith Hall Exterior

Smith Hall consists of three separate buildings surrounding a tree-lined courtyard that has become a popular gathering space for residents. The hall layout allows for a great community atmosphere where students feel at home.

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

  Hall Staff
  101 Russell Cir.
San Marcos, TX 78666
  512.245.2256
  Opened 1958

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  163 Beds
   Single Gender by Floor
  2 Floors
  WiFi Throughout
  No Elevator Access



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Provided Furniture

Extra-Long Twin Bed
(80" Mattress)

Desk and Desk Chair

Dresser

Loftable Bed

 

Amenities

Pool Table

Lobby and Study Lounge

Full Community Kitchen

WiFi Internet
Connection in Room

 

Special Features

Temperature Controls

AC Unit in Room

Concrete Walls

 

Room Specs

Bedroom Size:
10' x 13'

Window Size:
60" x 63"

Floor Plan


Measurements

Bed

L: 80"
W: 35"
D: 6"
Loftable at Highest: 71"
Loftable at Lowest: 41"

Outlets

4 Power Outlets

Dresser

5 Drawers
H: 40"
W: 24"
D: 17"
 

Bathroom

4 Vanities
2 Toilets
2 Showers

Desk

H: 30"
W: 42"
D: 22"

 

Closet

H: 81"
W: 36"
D: 27"

 


History of Smith

Smith Hall is named for C. Spurgeon Smith, who was a biology professor and assistant football coach at Southwest Texas State Normal School in 1913. Professor Spurgeon aided in the unclogging of the San Marcos River in Sewell Park from logs and debris. The most significant impact to Texas State from Professor Spurgeon is that he suggested the bobcat become the official mascot of Southwest Texas State Normal School in 1921.