Graham-Lees Hall

Location: Across from BDG Quad
Floors: 4
Coed: by floor with some floors coed by room
Room Types: Singles and Doubles
Residents: 88
Air-Conditioning: No

Graham-Lees is the oldest residential building on campus. Two earlier dorms, Graham and Lees, were joined in 1940 to make this U-shaped residence hall for first-year students. Rooms are divided into halls of approximately 20 residents who share a bathroom (separate for men and women), resident adviser (RA), peer counselor and themed decorations.

Each bedroom contains:

  • One extra-long twin bed with a mattress per resident
  • One desk per resident
  • One desk chair per resident
  • One dresser per resident
  • One wardrobe per resident (or closet space)
  • Wireless internet

Coordinate with your roommate (if you have one) concerning a MicroFridge, stereo, game console, or anything else it might be better to share.

There are a limited number of lofts available for bunking beds and University Facilities must handle assembly/disassembly. If you want your bed(s) lofted or delofted, you can sign up with University Facilities on move-in day. You cannot reserve a lofting kit prior to your arrival on campus.

Post-Renovation Floor Plans

Pre-Renovation Floor Plans

Graham-Lees Hall is currently undergoing renovations which will continue through Summer, 2015.  Residents will live in the old section during the Fall '14 term and in the new section during the Winter/Spring '15 term.

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