Juniors and seniors occupy all remaining residence halls along the the central and western edges of lower campus. Upper-Division student residence halls are closest to upper campus. Students can take advantage of a short commute to classes, a full computer lab in Murchison, and game equipment in the South Lounge.
Isabel Hall is an upperclass hall which has a wonderful view of downtown San Antonio and Trinity's football field. Its central location to upper campus is another advantage to living in the McFarlin complex, which includes Isabel, Myrtle, and Susanna Halls. This hall houses 44 students.
Camille Lightner Hall is one of the most popular upperclass halls on campus, primarily due to its unique set-up. Each suite shares a central living room area and each room has its own bathroom. There are 30 suites contained on five floors. Lightner is located between Prassel and Thomas Halls on the west side of campus and is attached to Thomas Hall. This hall houses 120 students.
Myrtle McFarlin Hall is an upperclass hall that is adjacent to Isabel and Susanna Halls and is situated above the Elizabeth Rhea Health Services Center. Its central location to upper campus is an added bonus to living in the McFarlin complex. This hall houses 56 students.
South Hall is an upperclass hall located at the west end of campus, enjoying views of the football field and the San Antonio skyline. Current renovations are underway to be completed for the fall 2019 semester, and include new flooring, a new HVAC system, and new room configurations to include singles. Residents enjoy the social and study lounge spaces in the adjacent North/South Foyer. This hall houses 138 students.
Susanna Hall is an upperclass hall that is a part of the McFarlin complex, which also includes Isabel and Myrtle Halls. Its central location to upper campus is a major advantage to living in the McFarlin complex. This hall houses 44 students.