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Prince Frederick Hall, which opened in Fall 2014, houses 462 students in a combination of singles, doubles and four-person semi-suites. Approximately half of the residents are housed in traditional double rooms, while nearly 40% will be housed in four-person semi-suites. A small number of single and double rooms with private baths are available on each floor. All student rooms have space for a personal microwave and a refrigerator up to 3.6 cubic feet in size.
The building features an open lobby with entrances from both the south and north as well as a first floor and ground floor wing featuring small and large group meeting spaces for building events and living learning program classes.
- Lounge and study space on each residence hall floor
- Large 140 seat multipurpose-room and 75 seat seminar room on the main floor of the building, with two smaller Living-Learning Program lab rooms on the ground floor
- Home to the ACES (Advanced Cybersecurity Experience for Students) and DCC (Design | Cultures + Creativity) Living-Learning Programs
- Resident Life and Living-Learning Program offices on the ground level
- Interior storage area for resident’s bikes with additional exterior bike parking for residents and guests
- 24-hour service desk
- Common area bathrooms and gender-neutral bathrooms on each floor
- Handicap accessible living units on each floor
- Trash, recycling and laundry facilities on each floor
- Planned LEED Gold Certification as a “green” building which will include many sustainable and energy efficient design features
- Air conditioning available year-round
- Carpeted residential floor hallways, tile floors in each student room
- Exterior barbecue grill with nearby seating
- Wired and wireless internet access
Resident Life Staff
Resident Life staff are available to assist residents with a variety of needs. The Resident Life staff is responsible for managing the residence halls, as well as creating a social, cultural, and academic environment through various programs. Community Assistants operate the building's 24-hour service desk. Located in the main lobby, the service desk is the central location for which students pick up mail, obtain spare keys, and make other customer service related requests.
Two Resident Assistants live on each floor, along with one full-time Resident Director who also lives in the building and supervises the Resident Assistant staff.