As Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects proudly celebrates its one-year anniversary in our new building, we reflect on a transformative journey marked by innovation, collaboration,
Thomson Residence Hall offers upper-class students a well-balanced living environment with privacy, when needed, coupled with numerous inviting social interaction spaces. The three-story, residence hall features 31 suite-style living units offering a living room, study area, kitchenette, bathroom, and bedroom.
On the ground floor, common areas with large areas of glass give a visual connection to campus life and feature the 1780 Café. This social interaction space features tables and booths, flat-screen televisions, and an outdoor student interaction space making it a popular gathering place.
Social gathering areas are abundant elsewhere featuring living/learning spaces such as a lower level classroom with a capacity of 80, as well as a spacious gathering area at the end of hallways on the second and third floors.