What does one give a building that has given so much to the campus and students for the past 10 years?
On April 15th at 4pm in the Bridges courtyard, SMC students gathered to celebrate the 10th Birthday of the Bridges Residence Hall. Festivities included tie-dye shirts, a piñata, food and cake.
Constructed and opened in 2003, Bridges Hall is a three-story, 93-bed, female residence hall offering two, three, and four bedroom suites. This building has laundry facilities and vending machines on each floor, a furnished lobby, and an elevator. Bridges Hall is secured by a card-access system and is equipped with fiber-optic connections as well as wireless connections in each room for computer access to the campus network and Internet.
Remember, a dorm is a place to sleep…a residence hall is a living and learning environment!