McClintock Hall

McClintock Hall, a residential college living and learning community, is home to The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and is conveniently located in the heart of campus near Hayden Library and the Memorial Union in the Center Neighborhood. The rooms in McClintock are double-occupancy with suite-style bathrooms. The hall features a computer lab, laundry and kitchen facilities, vending machines, air conditioning, a volleyball court and basic cable.

McClintock Hall, built in 1951, was named in honor of James H. McClintock, the first president of the Alumni Association and a prominent Arizona historian.

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