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McLean Hall  (Fifth floor is Healthy Living)

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McLean Drawing
McLean Hall Image Gallery 

Five-story high-rise 

 

Completed in 1967

 

 
Costs          
      $ 2,090.00  2012-2013 per student per semester.  
              Estimated cost $2,090.00 2013-2014 per student per semester.
 
Location   

    Near Reisner Dining Hall and Franklin Science Center.


 
Coeducational by wing 
  • Housing 420 men and women.
  • Coeducational experiences are within the wing  
 
Facilities 

  • Exercise room including a Stairmaster.
  • Sound module provides a quiet facility for music and studying.
  • Microwave available for use at the front desk.
  • Games, sports equipment, available to sign out at the front desk.
  • Recreation Room and Study Lounges available.
  • Common area kitchen in the recreation room.
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McLean Kitchen 

McLean Rec Room 

McLean Lounge 

Furnishings 
  • Closets and dressers are built-in; the desks w/chairs and beds are portable.
  • Standard twin size, can be bunked.
  • Bed height from the floor can be adjusted between 8 and 30 inches.
  • Bed rails are available upon request.
    (The University does not assume any liability for injuries resulting from falling out of bed.)
  • Venetian blinds are provided.
  • Window size is 5'0h x 7'0 w.
    (Curtain rods are not provided).  

  • Desk  Bed  Closet  Dresser  Window  Curtain Rod 
    48" Wide  39" Wide  47" Wide  24" Wide  72" Wide    
    24" Deep  80" Deep  29.5" Deep  24" Deep    80" Long 
    30" Tall  34" Tall  95" Tall  42" Tall      
 

McLean Desk and Shelves 

McLean Desk 

Vending / Laundry 
 

  • Vending machines located in the lobby
  • Laundry facilities located in the basement

 

McLean Laundry 

Living Environment 


 

The fifth floor houses the Healthy Living community in rooms 500-563.   

Healthy Living Website 

  
 
Property Insurance 

 

The University does not assume any legal obligations to pay for the loss of or damage to items of personal property. Therefore, students or parents are encouraged to carry appropriate insurance to cover such losses.