Updated for 2014-2015: Fourteen residence hall buildings, the Segundo Services Center, and the Segundo Dining Commons make up the Segundo Area, which is located on the northwest side of the central campus. Approximately 1,500 residents call Segundo home each year.
The residence halls are organized into three regions: Alder, Thompson and Miller Halls to the northwest ("Segundo North"), Bixby, Gilmore, Malcolm and Ryerson Halls in the center ("the highrises"), and Regan Hall's seven buildings to the southeast.
The Segundo Services Center (SSC) provides academic guidance, peer tutoring, and computer center resources. The Area Service Desk is located in the SSC, as are study spaces, a recreation room, and a second-floor outdoor green space. Student Housing administrative, dining, and facilities staff are located at the SSC.
The Segundo Dining Commons is located on the southwest side of the Segundo Area, just north of The ARC and Parking Lot 25. Segundo DC is open to all residence hall students and is open during the same meal periods as Tercero DC and Cuarto DC. Segundo residents typically eat most of their meals at the Segundo DC due to its central location, though all residence hall students may eat in any of the three DCs for any meal.
The Junction is the Segundo area's convenience store. Residents can purchase drinks, snacks and more at The Junction throughout the day and evening, and relax on the outdoor patio. The Juntion also features fresh-baked cookies and Gunther's ice cream - and yes, that means custom ice cream sandwiches!
Services in Segundo are provided at the Segundo Services Center. Opened in 2011, the new center is home to the Area Service Desk, Academic Advising Center, Computer Center, area mailboxes, a games/recreation room, and lots of study space.
Cannot decide which housing area is best? Remember that all housing areas are equitable and complete with everything a resident needs for growth and success. Then review the following list to see which features help differentiate Segundo from the other housing areas.