McLean Hall  

Located near Reisner Dining Hall and the Franklin Science Center, McLean Hall is a five-story traditional residence hall built in 1967.

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In 2015-16 rooms cost $2,288 per student per semester.

McLean Hall is dual occupancy and coeducation by wing. Incoming freshmen as well as upperclassmen live in McLean Hall. Single rooms are available by request.

• Microwave available for use at the front desk
• Games and sports equipment are available to sign out at the front desk
• Recreation room and study lounges available
• Common area kitchen in the recreation room
• Vending machines in the lobby
• Laundry facilities on the first floor

• Closets and dressers are built-in; the desks with chairs and beds are portable
• Beds are standard twin size and can be bunked
Bed height from the floor can be adjusted between 8 and 30"
• Bed rails available upon request (Ship does not assume any liability for injuries resulting from falling out of bed)
• Venetian blinds are provided
• Window size is 5'H x 7'W
 (curtain rods are not provided)

Desk - 30"H x 48"W x 24"D

Bed - 34"H x 39"W x 80"D

Closet - 95"H x 47"W x 29.5"D

Dresser - 42"H x 24"W x 24"D

Window - 72"W

Curtain Rod - 80"L

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Room costs are all inclusive at McLean. That means your room, electric, cable, Internet, phone, water, trash, and building maintenance bills are all covered. Look at all costs and conveniences when comparing with living off campus.