Roanoke College

Smith Hall

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Physical Address: 112 North Colorado Street

Gender: All female

Class:
 Freshmen and Upperclassmen 

Room Types: All doubles 

Meal Plan Options: Residents may choose from a 14 or 19 meal plan (freshmen must have a 19)

Bathrooms: One shared bathroom on each floor

Laundry: Laundry room in the basement

Smith Hall History
The first residence hall expressly planned for Roanoke College women was opened in September of 1941 and honors Dr. Charles J. Smith '01, the fifth president, who served from 1920 until 1949. He lived in Salem and is the beloved "Dr. Charlie" honored in the words on the Administration Building plaque. Smith Hall underwent renovations in the summer of 1989. Smith houses both freshmen and upperclassmen students.

Additional Information about Smith Hall
Smith Hall is part of the Bartlett/Smith complex and the South Side neighborhood. It is Roanoke College's only all-female building. As an older building, it definitely has character and the rooms sometimes have unique features such as built-in nooks or closets. There is a large common room in the basement for the entire hall's use.

Typical Rooms in Smith Hall:
Room dimensions: 10'10" x 15'           (typical room size)
Window dimensions (quantity): 4' x 4'9" (1)
Electrical outlets: 3
The rooms in Smith Hall are carpeted.
Lofts are permitted, per guidelines.

See layouts here.