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Ben D. Altamirano Student Apartments

Altamirano Student Apartments

Ben D. Altamirano Student Apartments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Altamirano Student Apartments offers students the independence of living in an apartment with the convenience of living on campus.  Fully-furnished student apartments. Same gender by apartment. Each apartment has four single bedrooms in addition to a shared living room, two bathrooms and a kitchen with appliances. A limited number of apartments with two single bedrooms are available. The average bedroom size is 10' by 10’. Each bedroom has its own Ethernet port. The complex has laundry facilities, a community study lounge and landscaped courtyards. DirectTV-broadcast television is available in the 2nd Floor Lounge. Alta residents are allowed to stay during all college breaks. Maximum capacity for this complex is 144 residents.

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4 Bedroom Apartment

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