Naugle Hall

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Naugle Hall is one of our new four-story, suite-style residence halls that redefine the convenience of campus living at Ship. Completed in 2012, it is home to the Wellness Center and the Healthy Living Learning Community and the Transfermations – Transfer Student Living Learning Community. It is located near the Reisner Dining Hall, Seavers Hall, and McLean Hall.

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Unit Type B
Two-person shared suite with bathroom
One window, 70"H x 70"W

2016-2017 cost is $3,853 per student per semester

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Unit Type C
Two-person private suites with bathroom and sitting area
Two windows, 70"H x 70"W each

2016-2017 cost is $4,453 per student per semester

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Unit Type D2
Four-person shared suites with two bathrooms, living room, kitchenette, and dining space
Three windows, 70"H x 70"W each

2016-2017 cost is $4,344 per student per semester

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Unit Type E
Two-person private suites with bathroom, living room, kitchenette, and dining space
Two windows, 70"H x 70"W each

2016-2017 cost is $4,891 per student per semester

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Naugle Hall is home to 302 freshmen and upperclassmen male and female students in single-gender suites.

• Television lounges with brand-new flat-screen TVs
• Games and sports equipment are available to sign out at the front desk
• Study lounges available on every floor
• State-of-the-art common area kitchen for cooking
• Multi-purpose room has chairs and electrical hook ups for presentations
• Vending machines in the lobby
• Laundry facilities on every floor

• Closets are built-in; the desks with chairs and dressers are portable
• Beds are extra long and can be bunked
• The bed height from the floor can be adjusted to either 16 or 26"
• Venetian blinds are provided.

Room costs are all inclusive at Naugle Hall. 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.