Carmichael Hall







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 coordinate two annual events: Dad’s Day in the fall, and Mom’s Weekend in the spring. 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.