- 120 residents
- Suite-style doubles
- Gated parking available
Messina Hall is a five-story residence hall located in the Winthrop area and houses approximately 120 students. The building is comprised of suite-style doubles: two traditional double occupancy rooms joined by a common bathroom. All rooms have cable television capabilities and high speed wireless/wired internet options as well as lounges on each floor.
On the first floor, students will find a front desk where they can check in guests, a conference room, and a complete communal kitchen. There is limited parking available only to residents of the hall who pay for a permit from Parking Services; access to the rear gate is also granted by Parking Services.
This building is named after University of Messina located in Messina, Italy. Founded in 1548 by St. Ignatius of Loyola, the University of Messina was the first Jesuit College in the world. About 35,000 students study at this institution situated on the Northeast tip of Sicily between the mountains and the Strait of Messina across from the tip of mainland Italy.
- Building Features
- Air-conditioned rooms
- Suite style residence hall
- These units house two students
- Cable TV/telephone/Internet access in each room
- Carpeted apartments
- Laundry facilities
- Smoke-free environment
- Limited Parking Available
- Room Features
- One extra-long twin bed per resident
- One individual desk and chair per resident
- One closet per resident
- One chest-of-drawers per resident
- Mini blinds
- Wireless Internet access
- Basic cable service
- Full bath for each suite
- Furniture Measurements
*All measurements are approximate.
- Bed: 84”L x 41”W x 29”H
- Desk: 36”W x 23.5”D x 58”H
- Chest-of-Drawers: 36”L x 23.5”D x 27.5”H
- 3D Room Layout and Walkthrough