Quintard Memorial Hall was gifted to the University in 1900 by George W. Quintard in memory of his brother, the Rt. Rev. Charles Todd Quintard, the second bishop of Tennessee and first vice-chancellor of the University. In 1990, Quintard was renovated and reopened as a coed residence hall.


Quintard houses 116 upperclassmen in 1 triple, 24 doubles and 70 singles. Thirty-two of the singles are arranged in suites of four rooms which share their own central common room. The common rooms of these suites are furnished with a couch or chairs and a padded window seat. Suites have their own restrooms. Residents living on the third through fifth floors share hall restrooms. Students on the second floor share a restroom, located between every two student rooms. All rooms are carpeted and windows are furnished with blinds.


The first floor has a large kitchen with dining room, a study room, a parlor with fireplace, a laundry room, an exercise/TV room, and an indoor bicycle room. There are large TV lounges located at both ends of the second floor. Quintard also contains an elevator. Quintard Hall is air-conditioned. It also has a back patio with a grill. The second floor is designated as substance-free, meaning that all residents of that floor agree not to use alcohol, tobacco, or other substances in their rooms, and all University students agree not to be on that floor if they are under the influence of alcohol or another substance.

Ayres Hall

  • Two twin beds with approximately 12 inches of space under each bed
  • Two free standing bookcases with three shelves each
  • Two dressers with five drawers each
  • Two built-in closets with a rod for hanging clothes and a shelf above for added storage
  • Two desks and chairs
  • Two waste bins and one recycling bin
  • One phone for each room and two Ethernet ports