Location: Across from BDG Quad
Coed: by Floor
Room Types: Singles and Double
Graham-Lees is the oldest residential building on campus, and, with 215 single and double rooms, it is also the largest. Two earlier dorms, Graham and Lees, were joined in 1940 to make this U-shaped residence hall for first-year students. Men live on the first and second floors while first-year women live on the third and fourth floors. Rooms are divided into halls of 12-15 residents who share a bathroom, resident adviser (RA), peer counselor and themed decorations.
Each bedroom contains:
Coordinate with your roommate (if you have one) concerning a MicroFridge, stereo, game console, or anything else it might be better to share.
Storage space for luggage is available in the basement of the building. Laundry facilities are located on the ground floor of the building. The machines take quarters ($1.25 for the washers and $1 for the dryers), or you can put money on your student ID and swipe the card in the machines.
It is highly recommended that you bring a fan to put in the window as there is no air-conditioning in Graham-Lees. Window air conditioning units are only allowed if required for medical reasons and approved by the Student Health Center. To get approval, you must submit the Medical Documentation for Special Housing Request form. It can be found under Student Affairs Information on Generals' Headquarters. You will be notified via W&L email if your request has been approved. You must bring your own air conditioning unit that uses no more than 120 volts, 5,000 BTU's, with an E Star energy use rating, and facilities management will install the unit for you on your officlal move-in date.
There are a limited number of lofts available for bunking beds and facilities management must handle assembly/disassembly. If you want your bed(s) lofted or delofted, you can sign up with Facilities Management on move-in day.