Furnishings & Amenities
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The University has six residence hall buildings situated in two complexes. Palmetto Hall, Swamp Fox Hall and Marion State Hall form a courtyard with the Ervin Dining Hall. Bell Isle, Snow Island, and Ellen C. Watson Hall form a courtyard around the Allston Housing Office Complex. The residence halls provide an excellent living environment for mostly freshmen and sophomore students. This setting promotes the establishment of new friends, develops community-living skills, and provides academic enrichment.
Furnishings and Amenities
Each residence hall suite consists of two bedrooms (two students share a bedroom) with an adjoining bath shared by all four residents living in the suite. Residence hall rooms are furnished with:
- extra-long single size beds and mattresses
- study desks and chairs
- carpeted floors
- window treatments
- telephone (with local and campus telephone access)
- high-speed internet connection
- basic cable television service
- one cable connection in each residence hall room
- two internet connections in each residence hall room
While all full-time FMU Students are eligible to live in the Residence Hall Complexes, these buildings are designed to meet the needs of freshmen and sophomore students. Every residence hall floor is secured by an electronic "Intelli-Key", which allows only residents of that floor to enter. A Resident Assistant is assigned to every floor to serve as a resource for students, providing information, oversight, and activities for the residents.
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