Admitted students experienced Birmingham-Southern at the Select 'Southern event held on March 1-2, 2015.
Hanson Hall is home to the Harrison Honors Program student housing and is available for both first-year and upperclass students. Each room contains a twin bed, desk with shelf space and drawers, a large built-in wardrobe with plenty of space for hanging clothes, and a built-in chest of drawers for each roommate. The bed and desk are moveable, making great use of the space. Hanson rooms are slightly bigger than those in Cullen Daniel, Margaret Daniel, and New Men's and have a shared bathroom with another room. Hanson Hall is Option 24 or Option 10-1-2 by suite.
Students accepted into the Harrison Honors Program may elect to live in the Hanson Hall Honors Community. Members of the community share the common goals of academic excellence and intellectual curiosity while striving to be active and responsible members of the residential community. The foundation to reach these goals is provided inside the classroom and the Honors Community serves as an extension to make these goals a reality, both in and outside the classroom. While living in the Honors Community is not a requirement to be a member of the Harrison Honors Program, most freshman honors students choose to participate their first year.
If you are interested in joining the Hanson Hall Honors Community, you will have the opportunity to indicate your interest when you complete the online housing application. If you have questions about the Harrison Honors Program, contact Dr. Susan K. Hagen, Director of the Harrison Honors Program.
Room: 21' 8" x 9' 8"
Windows: 5' 3 1/2" h x 7' w
Mattress size: 79" long - takes Twin XL sheets
Desk: 24 X 42 X 29 1/2"
Width of Bed Frame: 36" wide X 80" long
Entire Bed with frame: 85 1/2' long, 10 1/2" under bed