Chesapeake Hall

Chesapeake Hall

Chesapeake Hall is composed of two wings, each with five floors. Most rooms are located on a corridor with community baths. There are several suites of rooms with two students per room sharing a bath with another double room. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

Each wing of the hall contains study lounges, TV lounges, a kitchen, a storage room, elevators and a laundry facility. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Chesapeake Hall has:

  • Two XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses
    • Beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28"
    • Permanent Triples: Bunkable/adjustable loft beds; underneath clearance up to 55"
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in closets with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Drywalls and/or cinderblock walls
    • Drywalls - push pins or thumb tacks recommended
    • Cinderblock walls - white poster putty or command strips recommended
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building will automatically switch between heating and cooling based on the outside air temperature. The outside temperature will need to be in the mid to low 50s for this change to occur. With this building, it is possible for the heat to be on at night and for cooling to be on during the day.

Room Specs

Typical Chesapeake Double with Suite Bathroom

  • Room Size: 11'7" x 12'
  • Window Size: 4'4" x 4'8"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'3"
  • These rooms include:
  • A163 B113
    A166 B114
    A167 B117
    A170 B118
    A263 B213
    A264 B214
    A267 B217
    A268 B218
    A363 B313
    A364 B314
    A367 B317
    A368 B318
    A463 B413
    A464 B414
    A467 B417
    A468 B418
    A563 B513
    A564 B514
    A567 B517
    A568 B518
 

Typical Chesapeake Double with Hall Bathroom

  • Room Size: 11'7" x 15'6"
  • Window Size: 4'4" x 4'8"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'3"
 

History

Chesapeake Hall was built in 1999 and was named after the Chesapeake Bay.


Potomac Hall

Potomac Hall

Potomac Hall is composed of two wings, each with five floors. Most rooms are located on a corridor with community baths. There are several suites of rooms with two students per room sharing a bath with another double room. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of bathrooms that are not accessible from a common hallway.

Each wing of the hall contains study lounges, TV lounges, a kitchen, a storage room, elevators and a laundry facility. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Potomac Hall has:

  • Two XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses
    • Beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28"
    • Permanent Triples: Bunkable/adjustable loft beds; underneath clearance up to 55"
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two closets with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Mini blinds or roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Drywalls and/or cinderblock walls
    • Drywalls - push pins or thumb tacks recommended
    • Cinderblock walls - white poster putty or command strips recommended
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building will automatically switch between heating and cooling based on the outside air temperature. The outside temperature will need to be in the mid to low 50s for this change to occur. With this building, it is possible for the heat to be on at night and for cooling to be on during the day.

Room Specs

Typical Potomac Double with Suite Bathroom

  • Room Size: 11'7" x 12'
  • Window Size: 4'4" x 4'8"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'3"
  • These rooms include:
  • A163 B113
    A166 B114
    A167 B117
    A170 B118
    A263 B213
    A264 B214
    A267 B217
    A268 B218
    A363 B313
    A364 B314
    A367 B317
    A368 B318
    A463 B413
    A464 B414
    A467 B417
    A468 B418
    A563 B513
    A564 B514
    A567 B517
    A568 B518
 

Typical Potomac Double with Hall Bathroom

  • Room Size: 11'7" x 15'6"
  • Window Size:4'4" x 4'8"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'3"
 

History

Potomac Hall was completed in 1998 and was named after the Potomac River.


Shenandoah Hall

Shenandoah Hall

Shenandoah Hall is composed of two wings, each with five floors. Rooms are located on a corridor with community baths. Each community bath is cleaned by housekeeping staff on a regular basis. Shenandoah Hall also houses the Honors Living and Learning Center

Each wing of the hall contains study lounges, TV lounges, a kitchen, a storage room, elevators and a laundry facility. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the entire building.

Take a virtual tour of this hall!

A typical room in Shenandoah Hall has:

  • Two XL twin beds with innerspring mattresses (beds are bunkable and height adjustable; underneath clearance: 5" to 28")
  • Two individual desks with chairs
  • Two built-in closets with top storage
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Fluorescent/LED lighting
  • Roller shades
  • Wireless Internet
  • TV cable hookup
  • Tiled floors
  • Drywalls and/or cinderblock walls
    • Drywalls - push pins or thumb tack recommended
    • Cinderblock walls - white poster putty or command strips recommended
  • This building is air-conditioned
 

Cooling/Heating Instructions

  • This building will automatically switch between heating and cooling based on the outside air temperature. The outside temperature will need to be in the mid to low 50s for this change to occur. With this building, it is possible for the heat to be on at night and for cooling to be on during the day.

Room Specs for a Typical Double Room

  • Room Size: 11'7" x 15'6"
  • Window Size:4'4" x 4'8"
  • Ceiling Height: 9'3"
 

History

Shenandoah Hall was completed in 2009 and is named after the Shenandoah River.

Please note that rooms seen in these 360 views do not represent all available spaces on campus. Rooms within the building can vary in size and set-up. Room dimensions are not available for individual rooms. You can find information about furniture included in each room in our Room Contents Key.

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