Residence Halls
Old Leonardtown
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Opened in 1972, Old Leonardtown is a series of six three-story garden apartment buildings that accommodate about 225 residents. There are two basic floor plans: Two-bedroom, two-bath units for four residents, and four-bedroom, three-bath units (two doubles, two singles) for six residents.


Apartments in Old Leonardtown open into a large common area that is furnished as the living room/dining area. This open space is flanked by bedrooms on each side and the kitchen at the rear. Each kitchen has a full-size refrigerator, range/oven, sink with disposal, and cabinets. Microwave ovens are permitted. Bathrooms are accessed from within the bedrooms.

Bedrooms are configured differently than in the University's traditional residence halls. Bedroom furnishings include regular twin bed and mattress, desk with a drawer, and a three-drawer dresser for each student. The ability to rearrange bedroom furnishings is limited, although beds may be bunked, if desired, in double bedrooms. Bed frames are standard length, and mattresses longer than a standard 75" cannot be accommodated. Bedlofts are not permitted in Old Leonardtown apartments due to height restrictions Air conditioning and temperature control is available year-round.

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.

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.


Typical Room Layout

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