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.
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.
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.
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.
In this picture you can see the full size refrigerator, microwave and two burner stovetop.
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.
Canada Hall features wireless internet throughout the entire building. Students can make use of it anywhere in the building, even their rooms.
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.
Canada Hall has a TV lounge, nicknamed "The Pit," where students will often gather to watch their favorite sporting event or TV show.
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.
In this photo a large group of students study in the Canada Hall conference room, which is consistently in use by Canada's residents.