Sister Stevie Hall is a co-ed hall with share lounge areas. The resident rooms are arranged as suites, with two very large bedrooms connected by a shared bathroom with two sinks on each side, two showers, and one toilet. In each floor lounge there is a cable TV access and a kitchenette for resident use. There is a computer lounge on the third floor with computers for accessing email. The building is centrally air conditioned.
No painting of the rooms is allowed. The rooms are painted white, so any color scheme you like should work well. All windows have mini blinds, so you will not need to bring curtains. All rooms are fully carpeted. Room dimensions are as follows:
Each student in Stevie Hall will have an extra long twin size bed. All beds in Stevie Hall are bunkable, so loft building is not permitted. The mattresses measure 36" x 80". There is also a desk, chair, and closet and drawer space for each resident.
There are coin operated washers and dryers on each floor ($1.25 to wash and $1.00 to dry), a kitchenette on first and third floors with an oven and microwave, a computer room and a study lounge on each floor.
Each room may be equipped, at the request of the resident, with a telephone. Each telephone has voice mail and local phone service, which is also shared by the room residents. Residents may individually sign up for long-distance service which will be billed separately. You may also use a personal calling card or cell phone for making long-distance calls.
Cable television hook up in rooms is included in the room and board fee for all of the halls and includes expanded basic cable (approximately 70 channels).
All rooms are wired for access to the campus Local Area Network (LAN) and a hard wire internet connection for each room resident is included in the room fee. Internet access is activated when students move in. Wireless access is available in the residence halls, the Regina cafeteria, Predolin Commons and the Library. For a hard wire internet connection in your residence hall room, it is required that you have a 10/100 base-T NE200 card and current anti-virus software on your computer (anti-virus software will be provided for each room at move in.) Both will be required for the Technology Assistance Center to maintain your residence hall internet connection. If you need an internet cable, please go to the Technology Assistance Center, located in the Library. For more information, please contact the Technology Assistance Center at (608) 663-6900 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. or visit technology.edgewood.edu