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30 Mac Hall Information
30 Macalester Street is sandwiched between Bigelow and Wallace Halls. 30 Mac was converted to a residential living area in the summer of 1997 with the help of a student design team. Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors that desire a quiet living space free from the use of alcohol and illegal drugs may select a space in 30 Mac during the spring room draws.
Resident Information: Residents agree to a healthy living, substance free, lifestyle by completing the Healthy Living Agreement
Computer Labs/Internet Access:
Wireless internet is widely available throughout campus and residence hall rooms. Each room also has Ethernet ports for times when students may prefer to use a wired internet connection.
Computer labs are located in Doty, Dupre, and Kirk halls. Computers are also available for general student use in George Draper Dayton Hall and the SOC, located on second floor in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center.
Bathrooms: Two single gender bathrooms.
Kitchen: Sink, cook top, oven, and microwave.
Lounges: Large seating area with TV and cable located near the kitchen.
General Room Information:10 single rooms, 10 double rooms, 1 triple room. Rooms have sinks.
Room Dimensions: Single: 9’6” x 13’; Double: 12’6” x 17’6’”,
Room Furnishings: twin extra long bed: 36'' x 80 '' may be lofted with equipment provided in the room. Standard desk, chair and lounge chair.
Laundry Facilities: 30 Mac has two washers and dryers. The hall may also share laundry facilities with Bigelow and Wallace Halls. There are approximately 6 washers and dryers located in the basement below 30 Macalester Street.