Carlin Hall is an eight-story residence hall. There are two separate wings to each floor. Approximately 24 residents occupy a wing. Each wing consists of one single suite, one double suite, and three suites housing four students. Of these last suites, two contain two single rooms and one double room, and one suite has two double rooms. There is a private bathroom in each suite. The rooms have heating and air-conditioning units, carpeting, Venetian blinds, beds, desks, chairs, dressers, and closets. Carlin Hall's design provides a community living environment. On each odd-numbered floor there is a lounge with study tables and a TV. On the even-numbered floors there are balconies that open to the odd-numbered floor below. Carlin accommodates 250 residents and houses graduate students and upperclassmen.

  • Erected: 1979
  • Number of Floors: 8 plus Basement
  • Unique Feature: Largest residence hall on campus with 94,384 square foot

The room diagram of a typical room in Carlin Hall can be viewed here.

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