Blakely Hall is one of the smaller residence halls on the Morris campus. Housing about 70 students on three floors, the building has an all-male, all-female, and a coed floor. Kitchen and laundry facilities are located on the basement floor.
Each bedroom will be furnished with two beds, two desks and chairs, and two large closets. There are two large dressers and two small dressers in each bedroom. You must provide your own linen (mattresses measure 36x 80" requiring extra-long sheets), blankets, pillows, and towels.
Please consult with your roommate prior to making plans for bunks, carpets, TV, refrigerator, etc. Pets are not permitted, except aquarium fish.
The lounge is located on the main floor and contains a general meeting area equipped with furniture for study and recreation. A TV is also provided.
The laundry room contains two washers and dryers and an ironing board. Please note, campus laundry rooms use water saving and energy saving high efficiency washers. Please follow all directions—including use of HE detergent.
The kitchen has a refrigerator, stove, and sinks and is also located on the ground floor of Blakely Hall.
Blakely Hall Facts
Blakely was built in 1920 as the senior dormitory for the West Central School of Agriculture, named by the students and faculty for aesthetic appeal.