There are three meal plan options offered to students based on their class standing. The plans are the full board (19-meal plan), 14-meal plan and 10-meal plan. All resident students must purchase a College meal plan. First-year students must carry the 19-meal plan, Sophomores the 14-or 19-meal plan, Juniors and Seniors the 10-, 14-, or 19-meal plan.
Each residence hall room is furnished with a bed, mattress, desk, bookshelf, desk chair, mini-blinds, closet and dresser drawers for each student. A dry-erase message board is also placed outside of each room.
All other residence halls vary in size and shape.
Copeland, Davis, and Gamble Halls:
Room Size: 15’2”L x 10’2”W (not including closet space)
Window Size: 42”W x 64”L
Bed Size: Twin, extra-long
Mattress Size: 36”W x 80”L (twin, extra-long)
Washers and dryers are located on the ground floor of each residence hall in Copeland, Gamble, Davis, and Carnegie Halls. Gibson and Lloyd Halls have two laundry rooms on each floor, each with a washer and dryer. Beeson Village has a laundry room located on the ground floor of Memorial Hall (building A) on the side facing Court Street, below apartment A1. Laundry machine use is included in the cost of each room. We highly recommend that you bring liquid laundry detergent for your clothes and bedding. There have been a number of incidents with students using improper amounts of powdered detergent. This causes machines to break down not be available for other residents to use. Only residential students may use the laundry machines located in the residence halls!
Two computer connections are located in each residence hall room for those wishing to connect to the internet using an Ethernet cable. Maryville College is a wireless campus, so a wireless network card will also work. Information on purchasing network cards will be available when you arrive in the fall.
Your housing and roommate information will be sent to you at the beginning of July. The information will include: your residence hall name, room number, room phone number, and contact information for your new roommate. We encourage you to contact your roommate over the phone or meet in person. We discourage you to use Facebook, MySpace, or other online communities to contact your new roommate.