MacLean Residence Hall

MacLean Residence Hall is named in honor of Marie MacLean. Built in 1927, largely with student labor, the residence hall has been remodeled four times: in 1968, 1976, 1988, and 2001. The facility provides living quarters for 147 upper-level students and includes a large formal lounge and kitchen.

  • Newly renovated as of the Summer of 2001
  • Houses 160 upper-class & transfer students
  • Most rooms are suite style rooms for two people.
  • The living room is 13’9” x 10 and each bedroom is 10 x 7
  • There are a few natural singles available and the size is approximately 10’4” x 13’10”
  • Internet access, basic cable hookup and phone connections in all rooms
  • Windows are 77 x 40 (supplied with mini blinds)
  • All rooms are carpeted except for basement rooms
  • NEW moveable furniture: dresser, study desk and chair, book shelf and twin bed
  • Formal lounge with big screen TV and study areas.
  • Large basement recreation room with a pool table, ping-pong table, foos ball table and other games
  • Full size kitchen with a microwave and refrigerator
  • Large Bathrooms in each wing of each floor
  • Coin Operated laundry facilities located in the basement

MacLean Residence Hall

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