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122 McGraw Place

Student Population:
Transfer and upperlevel students
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  • 122-McGraw-Place

    Beginning at the start of the 2014-2015 academic year, 122 McGraw Place became part of the Alice Cook House community in the West Campus House System.

    Formerly home to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, 122 McGraw Place is a beautiful Tudor house built in 1914; the south wing was added in the 1960s. The house features an expansive first-floor living room and TV room with hardwood floors, comfortable furniture, and a billiards table.

    Community features:

    • Open to transfer and upperlevel undergraduate students
    • 34 residents
    • Located on West Campus, set back beyond Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity; it is accessible through McGraw Place off of University Avenue
    • Singles and super singles - plus one triple room - arranged along corridors
    • A large first-floor living room, TV room, and kitchen
    • FREE on-site laundry
    • On-site parking (limited availability)
    • Bedrooms contain, for each occupant: an extra-long twin bed, a closest, and a bureau (or wardrobe/bureau combination), a desk and desk chair, a desk lamp, a wastebasket, and floor carpeting
    • Wireless Internet access
      Note: individual rooms are not wired for landline phones (residents may use personal cell phones, or the building's one common area phone), nor for cable or Internet-based television (the house's common-area television has DirecTV)

    122 McGraw Place rooms do not have air conditioning.

    Dining options:

    Residency in the West Campus House System includes a commitment to a House Meal Plan.

    Questions? Contact us.
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