Manly Hall is located on the south end of campus and houses first-year students. It is a co-ed residence hall, but female and male residents live on different floors with separate bath facilities.
Built in 1956, Manly Hall was remodeled in 2010. The residence hall is named after Charles Manly, who served as Furman’s president from 1881 to 1897. The hall is among five residence halls that make up South Housing and is in a prime location for students to take advantage of the green space on E Field. The space features a sand volleyball and basketball court.
Features and Amenities
This residence hall features single and double rooms. It includes the following amenities:
- Air conditioning and heating
- Bike racks
- Community bath facilities
- Community kitchen
- Controlled security access
- Desk and chair
- Digital cable television
- Lavatory sink with medicine cabinet
- Laundry facilities
- Microwave and fridge
- Recreational lounges
- Study lounge
- Utilities included
- Venetian blinds
- Wireless Internet
- XL-Twin Beds can be stacked to make bunk beds
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Standard Double Room Floor Plan:
Standard Single Room Floor Plan: