Rhodes-Garrett-Hamiel Residence Center is home for more than 250 male and female students. Student rooms open onto inside corridors. Rooms are carpeted and provide vertical window blinds. It is a designated "substance free" facility that does not allow alcohol or tobacco.
The complex was built in 1941 and 1955. Rhodes-Garrett-Hamiel Hall was named for Eugene Manlove Rhodes, western writer; Elizabeth Garrett, who wrote "Oh Fair New Mexico," and Flora Hamiel, secretary to seven university presidents. For more information, contact Housing and Residence Life.
Building number (13) on map 1b.