Tower I (Floors 3-6)
Carmichael Towers East is a fourteen-floor, air-conditioned residence hall complex that opened in 1966. Towers East is comprised of two separate high-rise buildings, Tower I and Tower II. The lower two floors of each tower contain study areas, lounges, recreation rooms, a information desk and meeting rooms. The complex has a laundry facility conveniently located on the first floor.
First-year students will live on floors 3-6 on Towers 1. The residential floors are built in the shape of a square with common bath facilities located at the center of the hall. Every floor has a resident adviser.
The Carmichael Towers are named for Oliver Cromwell Carmichael, who was Vanderbilt’s third Chancellor.
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