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Residential Life

Wilmarth Hall

 

Wilmarth Hall

Suite Styles:Single, Double, and Triple rooms sharing a bathroom
student Demographics:First Years, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors
Kitchenettes:Refrigerator, Microwave, and Sink
Quad:South Quad

History

Wilmarth Hall was built in the 1960s and is named after the a trustee of the college, Martin L. C. Wilmarth, a Glens Falls merchant whose stationary indicates that his business included "furniture and undertaking." Wilmarth joined the trustees in 1917, where his role on the building and grounds committee played a crucial role in advancing the Skidmore School of Arts into a comprehensive liberal arts college. On his retirement from the board in 1938, he was lauded: "Skidmore never had a better friend than Mr. Wilmarth, nor a more efficient trustee."

  • Building lounge with pool table, TV and DVD player 
  • Exercise machines: one treadmill and one elliptical
  • Study rooms
  • Laundry room with washers and dryers
  • Vending machines
  • Outdoor bike racks and basement storage
AMENITIES ON EVERY FLOOR
  • Kitchenettes with a microwave, refrigerator, sink and recycle bins
  • Trash rooms
  • Floor lounges

Rooms are furnished with the following items upon move in:

  • Desk (42-1/4" x 24-1/8" x 29-13/16" H)
  • Desktop bookcase (40" x 12" x 35" H)
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser (31-1/2" x 24-1/8" x 29-13/16" H)
  • Floor bookcase (31-1/2" x 12 x 29-13/16" H)
  • Twin extra-long bed (The bed ends are 36" high with nine adjustable height settings. The clearance under the spring at the highest setting is 30")
  • Closet
  • Padded window seat
Double/triple room (44 rooms): 10'-7" x 19'-10"
  • Closets (double): 60"w x 24"d x 96"h
  • Closets (triple):  40"w x 24"d x 96"h
Single Room (45 Rooms): 10'-8" x 9'-2"
  • Closet: 77"w x 24"d x 96"h
 
A note from the Area Coordinator

JaQuan Vidot

Welcome to South Quad! Four identical residence halls in South Campus, home to a large majority of First Year and Sophomore Students. Our residence halls contain a mix of triple, double, and single rooms. Each floor has great common room spaces where you might find students studying, attending an RA event, or just hanging out! Need a quiet place to do homework? Pop into the study room on your floor! With such close proximity to the Dining Hall and Case Center, what’s not to love?

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