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On-Campus Housing

General Room Information: The dorm is designed for group-style living in three, four, five, and six-person suites.  Each suite includes a common living space, single and double rooms, and a  private bathroom.
Laundry Facilities: Laundry room on each floor (free).
Kitchen: Each floor has a full kitchen with a microwave, stove, refrigerator and sink.  (Dishes, pots & pans, etc. are NOT provided).
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.
Lounges: First floor large, study room and lounge. Classes sometimes meet in the seminar rooms on third floor.  The meeting rooms are also used as study rooms for residents.
Room Furnishings: Bedrooms have twin extra-long lofted beds, desks, desk chairs and dressers. A sofa, chairs and end tables are provided in the common area.
Supplies: The dorms are stocked with the following supplies –  pillow, blanket, sheets, 3 towels (1 hand towel, 1 bath towel, and 1 wash cloth), a plastic cup and a small bar of soap.
Room Dimensions:

4 person suite
Living room: approximately 21’ x 9’
Bedroom # 1: approximately 13’ x 12’
Bedroom # 2: approximately 10’ x 10’
5-6 person suite
Living room: approximately 16’6” x 8’6”
Bedroom #1: approximately 16’ x 16’
Bedroom # 2 & 3: approximately 10’ x 10’6”
Off-Campus Accommodations

The Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis offers numerous accommodation options from AirBnb to bed and breakfasts to large chain hotels.

Accommodations recommended by Macalester:

Additional St. Paul and Minneapolis Hotels and Bed & Breakfasts: