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H.A.P.Y. Hall


Building Overview

H.A.P.Y. Hall consists of two floors with suite-style accommodations (two rooms sharing a single bathroom). The ground floor features a kitchen, laundry facility, lounge, and is handicap accessible. Female Honors Program participants are housed in H.A.P.Y. Hall. 


Building Details

Floors:2
Number of Rooms:14
Students Per Room:2
Mattress Type:Twin
Approximate Room Size*:13' x 13'
Approximate Window Size:3' x 4.5'
Bathroom Type:Semi-Private
Lofting Equipment:Student Provided

* Dimensions for accommodations provided by the Department of Housing and Residence Education are approximations only. As with any physical structure, the size of the facilities and room dimensions will vary from location to location. It is not possible for Housing and Residence Education to provide exact specifications for individual locations. Please note the University is unable to remove the furniture from residential facilties. As such, please plan accordingly so that you may effectively personalize your home away from home.


Building Amenities

Cable

All residence halls, suites, and apartments receive basic cable service. Given that the cable service provided is digital, students will need to obtain a television that can receive digital signal, or be willing to obtain a digital converter box. The University is not responsible if the television and/or converter box purchased by the student is not compatible with the cable service provided.

Wireless Network

The wireless network provides: Ethernet access to WEBBNET, the Internet, and email. All academic facilities and residential facilities are equipped to provide wireless access. To take advantage of the wireless network, your computer should have a wireless connection. Other devices such as iPads, PDAs, iPods, and smart phones that are wireless enabled may also be used to access the network.


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Building Location

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