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  • Canada hall

    Canada Hall is our upperclassman/transfer apartment style residence hall. It is available only to students who have already lived in a residence hall for one year, are over the age of 20, or of sophomore status. This is the most popular residence hall with our returning and transfer students. It is 5 stories tall and houses 223 residents.

  • A Canada suite floorplan

    Canada Hall suites have a kitchen, two private bathrooms, and a common area that joins three rooms together. The common area comes with a couch, four chairs, a TV stand, and a coffee table.

  • Students in their Canada suite common room

    As shown in this photo students will often bring their own furniture, in this case a recliner and futon, in addition to the common area furniture.

  • A student in a Canada suite kitchen

    Canada Hall kitchens feature cultured marble countertops, a two burner stovetop, a side by side sink with garbage disposal, a full size refrigerator, a microwave, and a dining room table.

  • A student looks in the fridge.

    In this picture you can see the full size refrigerator, microwave and two burner stovetop.

  • A Canada room floor plan

    Canada Hall rooms are double occupancy and have furniture for each student including a bunkable bed, a dresser, a desk, a bookcase, a high speed ethernet connection, and closet space. If the students decide not to bunk their beds, the bed can go high enough to conceal the dresser underneath.

  • Students in their room

    Canada Hall features wireless internet throughout the entire building. Students can make use of it anywhere in the building, even their rooms.

  • Students in the Canada laundry facility

    On the first floor is a vend-a-card operated laundry facility that includes multiple washers and dryers. It is open 24 hours a day to all Canada Hall residents and every semester Nevada Housing hosts a free laundry weekend.

  • A Canada Hall TV lounge

    Canada Hall has a TV lounge, nicknamed "The Pit," where students will often gather to watch their favorite sporting event or TV show.

  • Students studying together

    Since there is a common area in each of the suites it allows residents to have visitors in the common area while allowing their roommate to study privately in their rooms.

  • Students in the Canada Hall conference room

    In this photo a large group of students study in the Canada Hall conference room, which is consistently in use by Canada's residents.

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