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Residence halls on the east side are devoted to the first year area, which surrounds Mabee Dining Hall and the Witt Reception Center, home the the Residential Life Office.
This is an exciting place to get to know the rest of your entering class and to adjust to campus life. The Resident Assistant to student ratio in these halls averages 18:1. First year area residence halls have small quiet study lounges, and one large computer lounge and game room in the Beze Underground.
Albert Herff-Beze Hall (pronounced Bee-zee) is located at the east end of campus directly behind Mabee Dining Hall. All three floors of Beze house men and women. Renovations including study and social lounge spaces came to Beze in the summer of 2005. Beze is designed with public walkways (room doors open directly to the outside). This hall houses 104 students.
Calvert Hall is the first-year student residence hall nearest to upper campus (particularly the Coates Student Center). It is part of the traditional first-year student quad, which also includes Miller, and Witt-Winn Halls. Men and women are assigned to all three floors. Calvert is designed with public walkways (room doors open directly to the outside). This hall houses 86 students.
Harold D. Herndon Hall is located on the east end of campus directly behind Mabee Dining Hall and adjacent to two other first-year halls - Beze Hall to the south and Witt-Winn to the north. All three floors of Herndon house men and women in alternating suites. All rooms view a park-like area. Renovations came to Herndon in the summer of 2006, including new carpet and free-standing furniture. Herndon is designed with public walkways (room doors open directly to the outside). This hall houses 120 students.
Verna McLean Hall is located on the east side of campus near the south campus recreation area, across the parking lot from the Bell Athletic Center, and next door to Mabee Dining Hall. McLean houses first year students on the first and second floors and upperclass students on the upper two floors. Balconies are shared with wallmates. This hall houses 240 students. McLean Hall currently houses first year students who are part of Entrepreneurship Hall, a living learning community focused on developing the skills necessary to launch your own business.
C.W. Miller Hall is located in the middle of the traditional first-year student quad on east campus. This hall is conveniently located near Mabee Dinning Hall and within a short distance of the Coates Student Center. Miller is designed with public walkways (room doors open directly to the outside). Men and women occupy all three floors. This hall houses 60 students.
Robert R. Witt - Carleton R. Winn Hall is located in the middle of the first-year quad area on the east side of campus. It is conveniently located next to Mabee Dining Hall and directly behind the Witt Reception Center. Balconies are shared with wall-mates. This hall houses 240 student; men and women occupy all floors.