Marks Tower has all the features of a traditional residence hall and, at eight stories tall, many rooms of the building's rooms have amazing views. The primarily freshman population live, eat and study together while participating in the campus and residential activities that are such an important part of a student’s first year at college.
This coed facility has seven single-gender residential floors, each with 14 double rooms. The large first-floor lobby consists of a lounge with study tables and a spacious television area with a comfortable living room style furniture.
Features & Amenities
Marks Tower is close to libraries and dining venues as well as other freshman housing buildings. Full meal service is available at the nearby "Everybody's Kitchen" dining hall t in North complex. Students assigned to Marks Tower have a required full meal plan that is accepted at many USC dining locations.
Marks Tower is a part of the South Residential College, a freshman community focused on the transition to college and exploring USC’s First Year Experience programs.