Location: Hill Area
Meal Serving Unit: Yes
Extended Hours: Yes
Breakfast Served: Yes
Resident Population and Composition:
1,180 total; 505 female, 675 male; primarily first-year and sophomore.
Resident Staff Size, Composition, Special Features:
5 Resident Directors, 32 Resident Advisors, 1 Head Librarian, 1 Minority Peer Advisor, 1 Minority Peer Advisor Assistant, 1 Academic Peer Advisor, 1 Resident Computer Systems Consultant.
Student Government/House Council/Minority Councils:
Markley Council; Markley Multicultural Affairs Council
Music practice rooms; Underground snack bar.
Special Corridor/House Arrangements:
Coed by room: 2nd Little
21st Century Program: Blagdon, Butler, Elliot, Little, Van Tyne
379 substance-free rooms, 739 non-smoking rooms
21st Century Program, an in-residence living/learning program; Tutoring: ECB, LS&A Counselor/Academic Advisor, Academic Peer Advisor.
Macintosh Apple IIsi and Dell 466M; 45 terminal stations, 2 laser printers.
Study and Meeting Space:
South Lounge, Arati Sharangpati Lounge, Angela Davis Lounge, Library, floor lounges.
Public Area Space:
Concourse seating area.
Markley Gras; Rhapsody in Black; Halloween Pary.
Mary Markley Scholarship; Roy Akers Scholarship.
Professional Staff in Building:
On-site Dining Services and Facilities Managers. Staff supervised by Coordinator of Residence Education: Office Coordinator, secretary, student temporary employees.
World Wide Web Home Page:
Named in honor of Mary Butler Markley, a distinguished faculty widow who had been active in alumnae affairs, Mary Markley Hall was completed in 1959 at a cost of $6.1 million. Originally designed to provide housing and dining for approximately 1000 women, Markley Hall's overall layout embodies simplistic and routine arrangements - most resident rooms are doubles. In 1964, Markley Hall became co-educational.
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