Pat Tarble Residence Hall is Carthage’s all-female residence hall. Situated next to a courtyard and volleyball court, it includes some study-intensive rooms and houses three sororities: Delta Theta Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Chi and Pi Theta. Many rooms overlook Lake Michigan, while others offer suite-style accommodations.
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Type of Residence Hall
Tarble Residence Hall is an all-female traditional corridor style hall.
Room Type and Number
The vast majority of Tarble’s rooms are traditional double rooms. There is one quad room without bathrooms, and seven triples with bathrooms.
Number of Floors
There are five floors with residence hall rooms.
Students Per Floor
There are two wing sizes in Tarble. There are approximately 40 residents on the long wings and 16 on the short wings.
Double rooms are approximately 16 feet by 20 feet, including the closets.
Each room contains a desk and chair, bed, mattress, closet, and dresser for each resident.
- Lounge on every floor
- Laundry facilities
- Volleyball court
Floor plan for a traditional double room in Tarble Hall. Please note: This plan is not drawn to scale. Furniture dimensions vary between residence halls.
The hall is named for Mrs. Pat Tarble, who, along with her husband, Newton E. Tarble, was a generous benefactor of the College.