Lipscomb Hall South
Address: 807 Spaniolo Dr. Arlington, Texas 76010
Office Phone Number: (817) 272-6825
- Female only
- Air Conditioning
- All Utilities Paid
- Bicycle Racks
- Big Screen TV with Cable
- Card-Controlled Access
- Community Kitchen
- Computer Lab with Printer
- Courtyard with Picnic, Deck and Study Areas
- Fire Sprinkler System
- Foosball Table
- Free WIFI and High-Speed Wired Internet Connection
- Ice and Vending Machines
- Laundry Facilities with Unlimited Laundry
- Pets (Fish Only)
- Ping-Pong Table
- Pool Table
- Study Lounge
Lipscomb Hall South
A unique aspect of Lipscomb South is that the furniture is moveable. This allows the residents to create more privacy, more floor space or other arrangements that suit their taste. The furniture of every room includes a bed, desk, chest of drawers and large closet for each student. Many residents appreciate that card access is required to enter the hallway and a traditional key lock is on the room door.
- Windows: 3’11” x 5’3”
- Closets: 3’3” x 2’
- Bedroom: 16’ x 12’
Hall Staff & Involvement
Lipscomb Hall has student Resident Assistants living in the building as well as a full-time professional Residence Director. The main office is staffed by friendly Office Assistants and offers many amenities including board games, sports equipment, kitchen utensils, pots and pans, tools and vacuum cleaners.
Resident Assistants live in the building serving as resources to all of the Lipscomb Residents. The RAs thrive on building a strong sense of community through floor and building programs, which bring the residents together for both social and educational purposes.
How to Apply
If you are interested in living here, you can apply online after you have applied to the University. The online application is free and will require your University ID number and NetID. For tour information please visit our Campus Visitors page on our website for more information.
For rate information, please see Residence Hall Rates
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