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Farwell Hall

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Demographics::Farwell Hall is a co-ed dormitory. The rooms are occupied by full-time ANTS and BTI students as well as part-time commuter students. There are 4 floors, the first floor of which is currently used as office space and conference rooms. There are 50 single-occupancy dormitory rooms on the remaining 3 floors. There are two bathrooms and two showers on each floor (one male, one female). There is a laundry facility (coin operated) and a kitchen in the basement. Each full-time resident has his/her own room. ANTS residents must select the full meal plan option. Non-ANTS residents must choose from any of the appropriate board plan options. There is no smoking in this or any other ANTS residence.

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Bathrooms: There are two bathrooms and two showers on each floor. The residence representative will label them men's and women's. The building also has public handicap-access bathrooms on the first floor.

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Kitchen: The basement of Farwell has four refrigerators, a microwave and a stove for the use of all students. Students should mark their things clearly and promptly throw away food that will not be used. Every resident is responsible for keeping the kitchen clean at all times.

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Housing View: Farwell Hall
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All Farwell Hall Rooms are furnished with beds, dressers and desks.  

Parking: Convenient parking is available in front of the residence hall. Parking stickers must be obtained from the Buildings and Grounds office at a cost of $50.00 per semester.

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Residence representatives: Your residence hall has student representatives who will serve as your liaison to the Buildings and Grounds, the Dean of Students, etc. It is appropriate for you to bring questions and concerns to her/him, and they will share information with you at residence hall meetings and in printed materials posted on the bulletin boards on each floor.

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Access: Guests can use the buzzer next to the front door, which rings (loudly) into your room. List your name beside the appropriate buzzer and test it to be sure it works.

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Storage: Your residence hall has limited storage space in the basement for use by full-time residents only. Your room key will give you access to the storage room. This space is not to be used for furniture or appliances, but can store rarely used items such as seasonal clothing. Clearly label all items you place in storage and keep them together in your area. When you move from the residence hall, be sure to take all your stored items with you.

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Washers and dryers: All residence halls have coin-operated washers and dryers in the basement. There is also an ironing board and clothesline for resident use in the laundry room.

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Telephones: Every room has a phone jack for a private phone. Contact Verizon (1-800-870-9999) as soon as possible since it can take weeks for installation. Inquire at the Housing Office to find out the name of the previous resident, as such information will assist the Phone Company. You will need the specific building address (this is not a mailing address): 235 Herrick Rd. You must be on the premises for the phone installation. You may need to contact Buildings and Grounds in order for the service person to gain access to all necessary cables.

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ANTS Full-time residents in these rooms must subscribe to the board plan, which is 11 meals per week. BTI residents will be required to choose from one of the meal plan options.

No refunds can be made for absences from the campus during periods in the school year when classes are not in session.

All rooms in single residence halls are equipped with basic furniture – a desk, bed, lamps and a bureau. Students may request copies of the Andover Newton Housing Policy from the Student Housing Office or print one online at: http://www.ants.edu/pdf/housingpolicies.pdf/

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