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South Carrick Hall

1023 Francis Street, Knoxville, TN 37916
Front Desk: 865-974-3151

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South Carrick Hall is located in the heart of Presidential Court Complex and is named after a former UT president. South Carrick, adjacent to North Carrick, houses 530 women. This style of traditional suite-style rooms have two double-occupancy rooms with a semi-private bathroom.

Each floor of South Carrick Hall includes a study room, which are popular spots for study groups to meet in. Students have the opportunity to unwind on the first floor multipurpose room through lounging, watching TV, or game tables like ping-pong, and pool. South Carrick is conveniently located directly across from the Presidential Court Café. In addition to the dining options, a computer lab, a Chick-fil-a, and POD market are located beneath the Presidential Court Café. With all of these options, residents can satisfy a majority of their needs within a short distance.

Group C Visitation Policy

  • Air conditioning
  • Card access entry to living areas
  • Conference room
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry room
  • Music room
  • Post office
  • Required meal plan
  • Security cameras
  • Sprinklers
  • Study room on each floor

Double Shared Floor Plan

Double Shared Room Dimensions

Each room is furnished with:

  • Twin beds
  • Mattresses with nylon covers
  • Desks
  • Desk chairs
  • Dressers
  • Microfridge
  • Recycling bin
  • Trash can

Also located within the Presidential Complex is the Presidential Court Building, which houses the Presidential Court Café, an all-you-care-to-eat restaurant featuring delicious made-to-order options from the Italian Market, Southern Kitchen, International Grill, Chop House, Bistro and Bakery. Students love the Chick-Fil-A, which islocated on the first floor of the Presidential Court Building. The complex is located across from the aquatic center, Tom Black Track, tennis courts, and the Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Building.

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