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Mayfield Place


Mayfield Place is the site for the Mayfield Living Learning Lodge Program. It sits on the southern fringe of the Lewis/Morgan courtyard. The semi-circle shaped complex is located near the Student Recreation Center and most althletic facilites.

Mayfield offers a unique living arrangement designed for 200 undergraduates living in 20 lodges with 10 residents each. Each two-story lodge has 10 single bedrooms, a common area, two baths, a microwave, a 21 inch stove, a sink, and a full-size refrigerator. All are fully carpeted and air-conditioned. There are five bedrooms and one bath on each floor, and the floors are connected by a wooden staircase. The living room area is 12′ x 16′ and the kitchen is 4′ x 16′. The dimensions of the bedrooms are 8′ x 12′.

A 24 hour information desk is available in nearby Lewis House.

Mayfield Place was built in 1977 and named for Dr. George Mayfield.

Amenities include:
Vertical blinds
Storage closet for food
Central air-conditioning
Free university cable television service
Free direct connection to campus network
Custodial service in common area baths and corridors
Full Generic Kitchen
Common Area: Fully Carpeted
Two lounge chairs
One coffee table
One dining table and four chairs
Individual Rooms: Fully Carpeted