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Presidents Hall

Presidents Hall is one of New Mexico Tech's most historic buildings. It features fully-furnished double bedrooms with community bathrooms on each wing. Same gender by floor. Each bedroom has a sink and vanity. The average bedroom size is 16’ by 16’. Each bedroom has two Ethernet ports. A limited number of single rooms are available. DirectTV-broadcast television is provided in the 1st Floor lounge. Laundry is available on each floor. A study lounge with computers is available on the first floor. Maximum capacity for this building is 51 residents.

Example Floor Plan

    Hall Features

  • Rooms open into an interior hallway
  • Community bathrooms on each floor
  • Each room has its own sink
  • Average room size is 16' X 16'
  • Each Resident is provided:
    • Twin sized bed with a mattress
    • Closet
    • Desk
    • Ethernet port
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