McHugh Hall houses primarily first-year and some upper class males. It is designed in traditional style, double occupancy rooms that open into a common hallway. Being attached to Campion, life is much the same although no air-conditioning. Both building share common areas such as laundry facilities, a kitchen, snack machines, and a large co-ed lounge. The design of both halls offers the opportunity to develop a sense of belonging and community unique to each hallway.
15' 5" W x 10' 10" L
(closet extends into room 5'4")
7' 2" W x 4' 0" L
(windows are equipped with mini-blinds)
Each room has two of the following: beds, desks, study chairs, closets, bureaus, mirrors, wall lights and corkboards. The room also has a small wastebasket and a ceiling fan. The mattresses are regular twin size. There is a community shower shared by the residents of the floor. The rooms do not have carpet.
Supplies to Bring
Extension cord, power strip, area carpet/throw rug, desk lamp, alarm clock, laundry basket, bed linens, iron/ironing board, stereo, dry erase board, masking tape, towels, hair dryer, hangers, tv/vcr, telephone, small refrigerator, fan, cleaning supplies, stackable crates, posters to decorate. ** No open coil cooking appliances such as hot plates and toasters are allowed
Campion and McHugh share a laundry room. Laundry services are free to residents only.
There is a TV in the 24 hour lounge, the only area where residents of both Campion and McHugh can have female visitors once visitation hours are over. There is also a television in the study lounge on the 2nd floor.
Each room has access to telephone service. These services are provided as a part of the Housing Contract.
- Computer Lines
See Residence Hall Network Requirements.
- See the Computer Lab is Campion McHugh Hall.
A vending area is located near the front desk of Campion. Soft drinks and change are available in the area.
There is a small kitchen area located next to the laundry room that contains a sink, microwave, refrigerator, and a stove. This space is available to all residents of the building. There are also pots, pans, and other cooking utensils available.