Des Places Hall

housing-desplaces-bedroomYear Built: 2012
Price: $3,487
Capacity: 425 residents
Years Allowed: sophomores, juniors, seniors, grad and law
Room Types: one-, two- and three-room suite-style
Laundry Facilities: on each floor
Bathroom Facilities: one per suite

Real thoughts from real students:

“The lounges are spacious and really provide a homey environment, almost like a living room. It’s also one of the only places on campus where you can store a bike indoors.” — Shane Buckley, Sophomore

“A definite pro is the apartment-style living arrangement. You get a hallway to stash your junk in, more closet space, and your own bathroom.” — Tim Ireland, Junior

housing-desplaces-bathroom“There’s noise pollution. Between the teams working out on McCloskey Field or the Fire Department right behind the building, you may come to find yourself abruptly woken up.” — Shane Buckley, Sophomore

“A con is the distance to everything. Compared to Towers, you do a good minute or two of extra walking to get anywhere.” — Tim Ireland, Junior

“It’s nice to have your own bathroom. The rooms have a decent size. The heating and air conditioning works, which is something that didn’t work in Assumption.” — Tyler Gaona, Junior


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