Palo Blanco Hall

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First-year students in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, W. P. Carey School of Business, and College of Letters and Sciences reside in Palo Blanco Hall, which is located just south of the Student Union. The design of the hall and community barbecue area in the middle courtyard encourage students to socialize. Students have access to a community lounge and computer lab, as well as laundry facilities. Every residence hall room is equipped with a high-speed Ethernet connection, local phone service and an 80-channel cable TV connection.

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