Located on east campus, the Bryan Mall area consists of the low-rises (Mauldin, Barnett and Smith) and the high-rises (Byrnes, Lever and Manning). The rooms in these residence halls accommodate two students.
Mauldin, Barnett and Smith, known as the low-rises, are located across from the high-rise residence halls. Each of these buildings can house 150 students and is carpeted throughout. The rooms are arranged in suites of six or seven rooms with two communal baths per floor. Barnett and Smith house three national sororities each. Mauldin Hall is a co-ed residence hall with the exception of the FIRST Living-Learning Community which is co-ed.
Byrnes, Lever and Manning, known as the high-rises, house approximately 415 students each. They are arranged in suites of six or seven rooms with two communal baths on each floor. Byrnes and Lever are home to traditional first-year students and first-year students participating in the RISE program. Manning Hall is an all female residence hall for first-year students.
* Exact measurements of a room or furniture may vary.
** Students should note that some room configurations in the high-rises do not readily accommodate two lofts. This includes the corner rooms in Manning. If you are assigned to Manning and your room number ends in “3” or “4” (for example 2C3 or 2C4), you are assigned to a corner room. If so, you should note that your room will accommodate only one loft. Should you be assigned to a corner room, check with your assigned roommate to make plans for your room design. Lofts are not permitted in overflow rooms.