G.T. Halpin Family Living & Learning Community
The Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation offers students a unique opportunity to learn alongside other students, faculty, scientists and professionals. Our new Residential Facility is divided into two wings: one reserved largely for undergraduates, and one for graduate students and professionals taking courses at the school.
Rooms in both wings are designed for double occupancy, and feature two desks, two chairs and two twin or double beds. Each room has a private bath with a stall shower, toilet, sink/vanity and ample closet space. ADA accessible rooms are available upon request.
The building also features a study lounge, a business center with communal desktops, three small conference rooms and a large central atrium where residents can congregate and socialize.
At SMSC, every room is a room with a view.