Residence Halls
New Leonardtown
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Opened in 1982, New Leonardtown is a series of six three-story brick garden apartment buildings that accommodate a total of about 400 residents. For the most part, these are four bedroom units (two doubles, two singles) shared by six residents. Some units are equipped and accessible for students with disabilities.


Amenities

Apartments in New Leonardtown are furnished with solid oak furniture in the bedrooms, living room and dining area. Bedroom furnishings include regular twin bed and mattress, desk set with drawer and shelf, and four-drawer dresser for each student.

A limited number of double bedrooms may be equipped for occupancy by three students. Ample open shelving in the living room area adds storage space. Central air-conditioning is available during the University cooling season (typically late April to September). Each kitchen has a full-size refrigerator, range/oven, sink with disposal, and cabinets. Microwave ovens are permitted.

Resident Life Staff

Many Resident Life staff members are available to assist residents with a variety of needs and services. Undergraduate Community Assistants manage the community's 24-hour service desk and are a great resource for residents and manage the community's 24-hour service desk.

The service desk, located in the Leonardtown Community Center, is the central location for mail and package pick-ups, key borrowing and replacements, and other customer service requests. Undergraduate Resident Assistants, along with one full-time professional Resident Director, live in the community. The Resident Life staff works with residents to manage the apartment environment and foster a valuable social, cultural, and academic experience through various community development programs. Residents also are supported by many programs and services of the Department of Residential Facilities, including service calls for maintenance and repairs, apartment security, landscaping, housekeeping and recycling services in the Community Center, furnishings and fixtures replacements, etc.

Location

Typical Room Layout

Typical Room Layout
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Typical Traditional Floor

Typical Traditional Floor Layout
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