Cline Hall

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Cline Hall was built in 1996 and was funded by Nesbitt Q. and Martha M. Cline of the Cline Company in Greenville, South Carolina.

This residence hall houses twenty-four students with a large furnished common area upstairs and a spacious study room. The downstairs of this residence hall also has laundry facilities for the convenience of the residents.

The rooms in this residence hall are suite-style, with two rooms adjoined by a bathroom. Cline is centrally located behind the dining hall and adjacent to Anthony Hall and the Crain Science Building.

Cline Hall features two-room styles: a square room layout that measures 15 x 8 feet and a rectangular room layout that measures 17 x 11 feet. The mattresses in this dorm are regular twin mattresses, and the blinds measure 27 inches. Like all female residence halls, this residence hall has magnetic locks on the exterior doors with prop alarms for the safety of the residents.

The rooms come equipped with a sink, two desks, two beds, two closets, and two dressers.

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