Carmichael Hall

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Choosing a place to live is one of the biggest dilemmas that students face when attending college. Whether you are a transfer or returning student, Carmichael Hall offers a wonderful, all female, community style environment for freshmen female students with diverse interests.

Why Choose Carmichael Hall?
Carmichael Hall Council sponsors a number of educational and social programs, as well as a number of annual events, such as: Adopt-a-Football Player during homecoming. Carmichael Hall staff aid in the day-to-day needs with programs to help the students develop overall. They an annual awards program for Carmichael Residents called the “Carmie’s Awards.”  Carmichael Hall residents are like family, supporting and befriending everyone who lives there.

Carmichael is a community style building so residents are able to interact and meet each other.

There are at least 4 programs a week that emphasize individuality and strengths that residents can internalize.
We have two Peer Coaches who have classroom hours every week for residents to receive help with homework or have a place to study.
We just got new paint (from dark purple to the new teal and gray), and new lobby and kitchen furniture!
We have a piano for anyone to play and a ping pong/air hockey table.

Included in Each Room
2 beds, desks with chairs, chest of drawers, and closets (built in). All Furniture is movable. Cable TV service, Internet access, and air conditioning/heating is also available.

Included in the Building
Included is a kitchen, microwave, vending machines, wheelchair accessible (first floor), furnished lobby, landscaped courtyard, laundry facilities, Greek chapter rooms, and change machine.

Important Dimensions (in feet)
Room: 12.4′ W x 14.8′ L
Window: 3.4′ W x 4.7′ L
Mattress: 3′ W x 6.3′ L

More information should you have any additional questions concerning Carmichael Hall, please contact the Department of Housing and Residence Life at (501) 450-3132, between 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM: Monday through Friday. Or stop by Bernard Hall Room 201.