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Cartmell Hall

Cartmell Hall

 

Information

Opened:1969
Occupancy: 508
Residents: Freshman/Upper class Co-ed

Type of Room: Double Occupancy

Building Type: Co-ed alternating floors
Community bath facilities

Description

Opened in 1969 as an all-male residence hall, Cartmell Hall was named in honor of Maysville native, Dr. William H. Cartmell, a former Chairman of the Board of Regents. Prior to being named in honor of Dr. Cartmell, the residence hall was referred to as "Men's #7". During the 70's and 80's, many MSU fraternities had designated floors in Cartmell Hall. In 1985, Cartmell Hall was converted to a co-ed facility. The sixteen-story, high-rise, air- conditioned hall is a double occupancy, community bath facility housing 508 residents is co-ed by alternating floors.  Each room is furnished with mini-blinds, beds, study desks and chairs, closets, bulletin boards, mirrors with lights over the top, telephone jack with local service (students will need to provide an analog telephone), TV jack (students will need to provide TV coax cable), and a data port connection. Cartmell Hall rooms received new furnishings during the summer of 2001.

Room Specifications:

Room Size: 13'6" X 11'
Window Size: 2'6" X 5'  (Mini Blinds are provided)
Bed Size:  XL Twin bed with a 36" x 80" mattress

Features:

Ethernet computer connection to the university's mainframe with Internet connection. Requires a NIC card and UTP cable. (10 foot cable recommended)
New sprinkler system
Self-regulating heating units
Smoke detectors
Lobby Area
Laundry room with coin/Smart card operated washers and dryers
Vending area
Living Learning Center
Individual student mail boxes
House phone to allow guests and visitors to call residents in their room
Eagle Video Network-66 Total Cable Channels