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Fuller Hall

Demographics Fire Doors
Interior View Snow Salt
Parking Garbage Disposals
Resident Rep Heat
Study Lounge Telephones
Storage Washers and Dryers
Rental Fees Fire Extinguishers
Access  

Demographics: Fuller Hall is a complex comprised of twelve 1-bedroom apartments on three floors and four studio apartments on the ground level. Each 1-bedroom apartment has two large rooms separated by a galley style kitchen. There are two bathrooms, one with a tub, and the other with a tub/shower. Each of the four studios has a full bath, living/bedroom area and a kitchenette. There are coin operated laundry facilities and additional storage in the basement area. The 1-bedroom units are normally reserved for couples. The studios are single occupancy. There are no children housed in Fuller Hall. All ANTS residents are required to choose from the appropriate board plan options. There is no smoking in this or any other ANTS residence.

The square footage for Fuller studio apartment is:
Living Space – 205 Square feet - 13.6 feet by 15.1 feet
Bathroom – 30 Square feet - 7.4 feet by 5 feet
Kitchen – 30 Square feet - 7.9 feet by 5 feet

The square footage for Fuller 1-bedroom apartment is:
1-Bedroom Living space – 217 Square feet – 13.8 feet by 16 feet
1-Bedroom Bedroom Space – 209 Square feet – 13.2 feet by 16 feet
2 bathrooms – 35 Square feet each – 5 feet by 7.1 feet
Kitchen – 78 Square feet – 8.5 feet by 9.3 feet

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Interior view of Fuller Hall
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These are examples of the rooms in a Fuller Hall apartment. All Fuller Hall apartments come equipped with full service, galley style kitchens.

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Parking: Convenient parking is available in front of the residence hall. Parking stickers must be obtained from the Buildings and Grounds office.

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Residence representatives: Your residence hall has a student representative who will serve as your liaison to Buildings and Grounds, the Dean of Students Office, etc. It is appropriate for you to bring questions and concerns to him/her, and he/she will share information with you at residence hall meetings and in printed materials. More Info

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Study Lounge: In the basement between Kendall and Fuller Halls is a newly renovated study/lounge space for use on a first come first served basis by residents of the two buildings.

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Access: Guests can use the buzzer next to the front door, which rings into your apartment. New residents must submit a work order to connect their buzzer to their apartment after their phone has been installed by Bell Atlantic. 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. 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, you must remove all stored items.

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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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Fire extinguishers: Located under the kitchen sink. Smoke alarms are not provided by the school.

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Fire doors: Located at the end of each hallway, these doors should be left closed, never propped open.

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Snow salt: There is a bucket of “salt” at each entryway that residents may apply as needed.

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Garbage disposals: Covered switch is located under sink. To operate, switch must be on. Place sink stopper in drain such that the magnetic disk is pointed toward the operator. Water should be on when using the disposal.

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Heat: Once heat is on campus-wide, you can regulate the heat in each room by the knobs beneath the heater grills.

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Telephones: Every apartment has a phone jack for a private phone. Contact Verizon (1-800-870-9999) as soon as possible for telephone service 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): 239 Herrick Road. You may also need to contact Buildings and Grounds in order for the serviceperson to gain access to all necessary cables.

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Full-time residents in these rooms must subscribe to any one of the various board plan options.

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

Apartments in Kendall, Fuller and Herrick House are unfurnished, except for stoves and refrigerators. 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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