Blakely Hall

Blakely Hall is the smallest residence hall on the Morris campus. The building is home to approximately 30 upper class students on two gender-inclusive floors. On the main floor there are two single use, lockable bathrooms (one with a shower, and one without). On the top floor there are two larger multi-stall bathrooms. All bathrooms are gender-inclusive.

All rooms in Blakely are guaranteed single rooms. A kitchen is located on the main floor and is equipped with a refrigerator, stove, microwave, and sink. Near the kitchen are the laundry facilities for the building, which are free to students. An elevator is also located in Blakely hall.

Lounges in Blakely are air conditioned. Each bedroom comes with one box fan. Due to the updated HVAC system, this building tends to stay cooler.

Each resident will have:

  • loftable bed
  • closet
  • large dresser
  • small dresser
  • desk and desk chair
  • box fan

Residents must provide:

  • linen (mattresses measure 36" x 80" and require extra-long sheets)
  • blankets
  • pillows
  • towels

Pets are not permitted, except small aquarium fish.

The student lounge is located on the main floor and contains comfortable seating to study or relax, and a TV is available.

The laundry room in the kitchen area contains high-efficiency washers. Please follow all directions, including the use of HE detergent.

Blakely Hall Facts

  • Blakely was built in 1920 as the senior dormitory for the West Central School of Agriculture