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Feel at Home in Reed
Afraid you won't meet new friends? Relax. It's easy if you're living in Reed Hall. There are even special spaces dedicated to first-year business students in Global Business Perspectives and those in the Honors program.
One of the most centrally located halls on campus, Reed is just across from the music and arts building and across the field from the campus center.
Reed's just like home—but better, because you've got your independence. There's air conditioning and cable. Plus comfy places to hang out. Big closets for all your stuff.
Head to the largest lounge on campus for a TV break or to play a game of pool. Or meet up with your buddies for one of our first-year programs. When you live in Reed, you'll get your college experience off to a great start.
Double and triple rooms make it easy to develop strong friendships.
Reed is one of the most centrally located halls on campus.
Students love to congregate in the lounge to watch TV, play pool or just hang out.
The smallest of the first-year halls, Hassinger is home to 85 students who enjoy a rich living and learning community.
A popular first-year hall, Aikens is situated in the middle of campus next to the Degenstein Campus Center.