Monroe Hall was constructed in the mid-1960s and is named for J. Blanc Monroe, a former Board of Trustees member. It is a twelve story facility that offers panoramic views of the city or campus from rooms on the upper floors. The hall is co-educational by wing and has double occupancy rooms along with some singles. The rooms have standard twin beds with stationary bolster cabinets above, built-in desks, and chest of drawers located in the closets. Monroe is equipped with a wide range of study lounges, TV rooms, and kitchen facilities. The building offers a special interest floor to provide a home for students interested in various forms of artistic expression, whether or not the interest is manifested in their choice of academic major.
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