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Residence Hall Descriptions - Honors Housing Residence Halls

The Honors Program at the University of Maine works with Residence Life to provide clustered housing for Honors students.  For Fall 2014, both new and eligible returning Honors students will be housed in Balentine, Colvin and Penobscot Halls.

Students admitted to the Honors Program are not required to live in Honors housing and may choose to live in any of the halls for which they are eligible.

  • First-year and upper-class Honors students
  • Double and single rooms
  • Typical double room measures 12’6″ x 17’8″ with 6’8″ x 5’3″ window
  • Closed during winter and spring breaks
  • Open during October and Thanksgiving breaks
  • 77 resident capacity

  • First-year and upper-class Honors students
  • Suite-style double rooms; two double rooms share a common area
  • Single-gender suites
  • Rooms and suites vary in size due to the layout of the building
  • Closed during winter and spring breaks
  • Open during October and Thanksgiving breaks
  • 35 resident capacity

  • First-year and upper-class Honors students
  • Mostly double rooms, with a few single rooms for students with a medical need for a single
  • Typical double room measures 17’6″ x 12’6″ with 8’4″ x 3’11″ window
  • Closed during winter and spring breaks
  • Open during October and Thanksgiving breaks
  • 174 resident capacity
 


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