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Century Hall II

Century Hall 2 east view

  Century Hall 2 Floorplans

Overview
Barrett Poly first year and upper division students will live in the new 370 bed residential hall for the 2020-21 academic year (hall name TBD).  Two four story towers are connected on each floor and offer a lounge, conference rooms, and laundry facilities. A community kitchen on the first floor will open to an outdoor patio and grill area.  The 8100 square foot Barrett Suite, including classrooms, a computer lab, lounge space, and faculty/staff offices will be located on the first floor of the south wing.

The residence hall offers double-occupancy units that include a shared bathroom as well as four-bedroom units with two bathrooms and common shared space. Twin beds, desks, chairs, dressers, and armoire/closet spaces are included.

Maps
The new residential hall will be located just north of Century Hall.

Getting Around
Close to the Student Union, dining and recreation facilities on the north side of campus.

Rates
The proposed rates for the 2020-21 academic year are $8400 ($4200 per semester) for the double occupancy/shared bath unit and $9600 ($4800 per semester) for the 4 bedroom/shared bath unit. Housing rates are approved yearly by the Arizona Board of Regents for all three state universities. The most up to date rates for housing can be found on the ASU Housing website.

 

Century Hall

Polytechnic Century Hall Polytechnic Century Hall Floor Plans

Overview
At the Polytechnic campus, Barrett first year students for the 2019-20 academic year reside on the third floor of Century Hall. This residence hall offers double-occupancy, suite-style rooms with a shared bathroom. Students appreciate the privacy afforded by the separate shower and toilet rooms, while dual sinks provide functionality and ample storage space. Century Hall is comprised of two buildings are linked together by a one-story common area with a lobby, an information desk, administration offices, a resident community kitchen, two multipurpose rooms and group study room. Each wing features three student activity lounges – one on each floor for pool, gaming and table tennis. In addition, each floor of each wing has a laundry area and two quiet study rooms. Included in the rooms for each student are a twin XL bed and mattress, desk, office chair, dresser, armoire, waste/recycle baskets, and blinds.

Maps
Check out the ASU Map to see where this hall is in comparison to the rest of ASU.

Getting Around
Close to the Student Union, new dining and recreation facilities on the north side of campus.

Rates
Housing rates are approved yearly by the Arizona Board of Regents for all three state universities. The most up to date rates for housing can be found on the ASU Housing website.

 

South Desert Village

Polytechnic South Desert Village Polytechnic South Desert Village Floor Plans

Overview

Barrett second, third and fourth year students on the Polytechnic campus live in full-size houses in South Desert Village the 2019-20 academic year. These two, and three-bedroom homes ensure that students have their own bedroom and either have a private bath or a shared bathroom. First and second year students live within the Barrett residential community and many of our junior and senior students choose to continue to reside on campus, creating natural opportunities for peer mentoring to occur. Homes include a twin XL bed and mattress, desk, office chair, dresser, waste/recycle baskets, and blinds. The homes also feature shared amenities such as an in-house washer and dryer, kitchen appliances (refrigerator, range, and dishwasher), sofa and living space furniture, and dining table. Water, electricity, garbage, 80-channel cable TV, and internet service are all included. 

Maps
Check out the ASU Map to see where this hall is in comparison to the rest of ASU.

Getting Around
Shared housing is available in the  South and West Desert Villages. 

Rates
Housing rates are approved yearly by the Arizona Board of Regents for all three state universities. The most up to date rates for housing can be found on the ASU Housing website.