The Triad is a complex consisting of three buildings for first year and upperclass students: Scott Hall, home to 36 men or women including two Resident Assistants; Engle Hall, home to 45 men or women including two Resident Assistants; and Garst Hall, home to 75 students including three Resident Assistants and one Assistant Director of Residence Life. Other than two single rooms in Garst Hall, all rooms in the Triad buildings are doubles. All of the buildings feature lounges and a laundry room. Garst Hall has a full kitchen, while Engle and Scott have partial kitchens (fridge, microwave, sink).
Garst Hall has a theme of Arts Appreciation, is home to the Radical Creativity LLC and Open Space. Arts Appreciation is for students interested in the arts but not necessarily majoring in art, music, or theatre. Garst is also available for continuous housing, meaning the building is always open during winter break and summer (daily fee applies), so students not planning to leave campus for a year or more are encouraged to consider this option to reduce moving from one building to another.
Garst and Scott Halls are single-story buildings. Engle Hall has two floors.
Please note that these are samples of typical floor plans and furniture arrangements in this residence hall. Actual measurements and arrangements may differ.
Furniture in Engle Hall consists of a loftable XL twin bed (all pieces provided to loft the bed), moveable desk and desk chair. A built-in closet and dresser are provided.
Furniture in Garst and Scott Halls consists of a loftable XL twin bed (all pieces provided to loft the bed), dresser, moveable desk with mobile pedestal and desk chair. A built-in closet is provided.
| 03 Dec, 2013