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Desert Willow Apartments

Desert Willow Apartments-Family Student Housing

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Desert Willow Apartments are quaint townhouses arranged in 6 buildings with 6 2-story units each. These unfurnished units are generally designated for students who require housing for themelves and their family members. Some space is also reserved for graduate students. Each apartment includes two bedrooms, 1½ bathrooms, a living room and kitchen with appliances. Every three buildings share one laundry room. DirectTV-broadcast television is available in each individual unit. Desert Willow students and their families are allowed to stay year round. Maximum capacity for this complex is 36 families. It is highly recommended that students bring a lamp, as there is no overhead lighting in the Desert Willow bedrooms.

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