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Residence Halls

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Post Hall

Available in: Block Housing | General Lottery

The upperclass wing of Post Hall will continue to be co-ed. Three of the six upperclass suites will be available during Block Housing, with one suite available in General Lottery. Basement areas of Post will be filled during singles lottery.

Located next to the "Old Quad" and across the street from the International House, Post Hall houses both first-year and upperclass students. Home to many campus events, Post Lobby is bi-leveled, houses a big-screen television, piano, numerous comfortable seating areas, tables, and access to an outdoor patio.

    • Suites: 2 suites of 14; 3 suites of 16
    • Bedrooms: Double rooms, with singles assigned in Singles Lottery
    • Kitchen: Two full kitchens in basement
    • Bathrooms: Four per suite, with tubs and showers in each bathroom
    • Bedroom Furnishings: Two beds, two dressers, and two desks (standard residence hall furniture) per double room
    • Laundry: In basement - has a cardswipe to use Flex Dollars
    • Vending Machines: In basement
    • Phones: Two suite phones per suite, and individual service with voicemail in rooms
    • Network Connections: Wireless

Williston Hall

Available in: Block Housing | General Lottery

For those wanting a quieter living environment, Williston Hall is the choice for you. A 24-hour quiet study residence, Williston offers the chance to live in small intimate suites (four students who share a bathroom). Williston's location offers a short walk to nearly every academic (or other) building on campus. Spacious rooms and living areas are another advantage to this hall.

    • Suites: 4 residents each, 2 double rooms. 2 suites with 3 double rooms
    • Kitchen: One full kitchen in basement
    • Bathrooms: One per suite -- shower only (no bathtub)
    • Bedroom Furnishings: Two beds, two dressers, and two desks (standard residence hall furniture) per double room
    • Laundry: In basement - has a cardswipe to use Flex Dollars
    • Vending Machines: In basement
    • Phones: One "suite" phone per floor (three in all); individual service with voicemail in rooms
    • Network Connections: Wireless

Simonds, Drew, Longden, and Griffith Halls

Available in: Block Housing | General Lottery

These Halls are located in the "Old Quad." These residences are home to spacious suite areas on each floor. Simonds, Drew, Longden and Griffith offer suites of six or eight.

    • Suites: Simonds, Drew, Longden, Griffith: 8 suites of 8 residents; 2 suites of 6
    • Kitchen: None
    • Bathrooms: One per suite -- shower only (no bathtub)
    • Bedroom Furnishings: Two beds, two dressers, and two desks (standard residence hall furniture) per double room
    • Laundry: In basement - has a cardswipe to use Flex Dollars
    • Vending Machines: In basement
    • Phones: One suite phone per suite; individual service with voicemail in rooms
    • Network Connections: Wireless

251 S. West Townhouses

Available in: Block Housing | General Lottery

The Townhouses feature bi-level suites, central heating, and air conditioning. The Townhouses feature a small dining area in each suite with a miniature refrigerator and sink. A central kitchen with a stove is provided in the center of the building for all residents to use.

    • Suites: 1 at 12 residents through general lottery
    • Kitchen: In central area -- used by all residents
    • Bathrooms: Three per suite -- shower only (no bathtubs)
    • Bedroom Furnishings: Two beds, two dressers, and two desks (standard residence hall furniture) per double room. Two wardrobes in each room serve as closets
    • Laundry: In central area
    • Vending Machines: In central area
    • Phones: One suite phone per suite; individual service with voicemail in rooms
    • Network Connections: Wireless
Knox College

http://www.knox.edu/offices/student-development/campus-life-office/lottery/residence-halls

Printed on Friday, December 19, 2014