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About Maryville College
Maryville College's buildings and facilities:
- Anderson Hall (houses the Humanities department and Education department)
- Thaw Hall (campus library, houses the Social Sciences and Environmental Studies departments)
- Cooper Athletics Center (houses the Athletics department)
- Fayerweather Hall (houses most of the administrative offices)
- Bartlett Hall (houses the offices of Student Development, Student Involvement, Resident Life, Center for Calling and Careers, The Learning center, Security, the book store, the Post Office, Multicultural Center, and Isaac's Cafe)
- Pearsons Hall (houses the main dining hall)
- Sutton Science Center (houses the departments of Math, Chemistry, Biology, American Sign Language, and Deaf Studies)
- Clayton Center for the Arts (houses the music department)
- Willard House (houses the office of Advancement)
- The House in the Woods (the meeting space)
- Alumni Gym (house campus events)
- On-campus residence halls
Maryville College is situated in Maryville, Tennessee, located between the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Knoxville. The campus is only five miles away from McGhee-Tyson Airport.
Beeson Village provides apartment-style living with the convenience of being on campus. The community has three buildings: Memorial, Beeson and Chilhowee Halls. Each building consists of four- or six-person apartments with a large courtyard shared by each building. Apartments are carpeted and include a love seat, chair, coffee table and dining table with chairs. This 82-person complex is reserved for junior and seniors who meet certain eligibility requirements.
Gamble Hall is the brother hall to the all-female Davis Hall. This hall has community bathrooms and both double- and single-occupancy rooms with lounges on each floor. There are two community rooms inside the front entrance where residents can lounge, study, watch television, or play pool. Female visitations hours are limited within Gamble Hall.
Copeland Hall is a coed facility with a mixture of first-year and upper-class students. This hall has community bathrooms and both double- and single-occupancy rooms with lounges on each floor. The first floor has a large social/study area with a table tennis, foosball, and a television. Limited visitation hours are provided in this building for the first-year wings.
One of Maryville College's mirror opposite residence halls (along with Lloyd Hall). Gibson Hall, (named after former MC President, Gerald Gibson and his wife, Rachel) opened its doors in the Fall of 2008. The four-story hall features 39 suites (some with kitchens) that provide homes to nearly 150 MC students. Each four-person suite includes carpeted rooms, a love seat, chair, coffee table, dining table with chairs, double- or single-occupancy rooms, and two bathrooms per suite. Each floor has a lounge with a television and kitchen and a study room where students can gather. Living in Gibson Hall includes a wellness component that requires all residents living in the building to abstain from tobacco and alcohol use while living in the hall.
Carnegie Hall consists mostly of suite-style rooms. Carnegie continues to be a popular housing option for upperclass students. All suites include a bathroom and carpeted rooms. Some suites have single rooms and kitchen. Carnegie is one of three buildings that has an elevator.
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