Completed in 1938, the building is named for Marvin Hendrix Stacy, a mathematics professor and university administrator. Born in Virginia, he graduated from Carolina in 1902 and received a masters in mathematics in 1904. In 1910, he became a professor of civil engineering and then dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, faculty chairman, and acting university president. He served in that office from the 1918 death of Edward Kidder Graham from influenza until his own death from the same ailment in 1919.
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- Year Built: 1938
- Hall Population: 93
- Elevator: No
- Fire Safety: Smoke detectors, alarms and sprinkler system
- Resident Advisors: 3
- Amenities: study rooms, kitchen and ice machine, laundry, TV room, lounges, recreation room, vending machines
- Laundry: Stacy Basement
- For Facility Updates please visit our webpage for all completed residence hall facility projects.
- Average Room Measurements: 12' x 15'
- Window Measurements: 81" x 63"
- Window Coverings: Horizontal blinds
- Air-Conditioning: Central HVAC
- Furniture: Movable dressers, desks and study chairs. Movable beds may be bunked or lofted; no self-built lofts permitted.
- Closet: Closet with door
- Mattress Size: 80" long, 36" wide, 6" deep
DID YOU KNOW? Fun Facts About Stacy:
- Laundry facilities are located here for the whole community
- Gorgeous view of lower quad on north campus
- Closest hall to Jackson Hall, home of undergraduate admissions
- Closest hall to Battle Park with walking trails