Smith is a substance free dorm on North Campus, between Younker Hall and Langan Hall. Smith Hall is one of the four substance free residence halls on campus.
Smith Hall has 14 singles, 13 doubles, and 4 triples.
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Three Room Triple
The door to the triple opens into this room.
Smith Hall has 3 lounges on the first, second and third floors. The main lounge is located on the first floor and has a television. The second floor lounge also has a tv.
Smith has one kitchen located on the first floor. It has a microwave, stove, oven and fridge.
Smith Hall uses the trunk room facilities located at Younker Hall and Langan Hall.
Residents of Smith use the laundry facilities located in the adjacent residence hall, Younker.
A recycling facility is located in Smith Pit.
Smith Hall is named after James A. Smith of Osage, Iowa – a trustee of the College and a State Representative.
Formerly a bastion of men’s intramural prowess, Smith Hall is the southernmost of the original chain of the North Campus men’s residence halls.
Before Cowles Hall opened at the end of World War II, the kitchens for the North Campus dining hall, located adjoining in the basement of Langan, were in the basement of Smith.