Park’s newest residence hall houses 250 students in four-person suites. A typical suite includes about 840 square feet of furnished living space. Each unit has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a shared living area with an efficiency kitchen. The building itself has 2,500 square feet in a shared common area that includes a conference/classroom, staff offices, 24-hour reception desk, laundry facilities, recreational space, a full-service kitchen, computer labs and study rooms.
Copley Quad meets all the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), including an elevator and fully accessible rooms. Its location provides quick and easy access to all of Park’s academic buildings, including the Thompson Student Center and dining hall. Copley Quad was designed to meet the needs of all types of residents and is open to freshmen as well as upper-division students.
Chesnut Hall is a six-story co-ed residence hall with semi-suite rooms. Two double occupancy rooms are paired with a single, private restroom. Chesnut Hall is air-conditioned and the carpeted rooms are approximately 12 x 16 feet, offering plenty of useable space. Amenities for each person include a bed, a dresser, a desk, a chair and a trashcan. The room also has built-in closets and storage space.
Park also offers a “triple option” for residents of Chesnut Hall. This alternative allows three residents to live together in a room, reducing the cost for each occupant.
Chesnut has a 24-hour computer lab, TV lounges, study areas, kitchen, game room, vending machines and laundry facilities. The entire building is wireless and each room has a cable TV connection. This community-oriented residence hall houses both freshman and upper-division students.