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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Residence Halls. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 16, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/18957.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Residence Halls. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/18957

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Transcript Dorm Life There is a place for everyone Living on campus made UH a much better experience. You made life long friends, explored new ideas and experienced new things. There were four housing options available: Moody Towers, Quandrangles, Cougar Place and Cambridge Oaks Apartments. All were coed and accommodated the handicapped. Laundry facilities, computers, mail and fax services, bike racks, vending and change machines and recreation such as swimming, volleyball and aerobics were available. The Towers were two 17-story buildings that housed 1100 students. Most rooms were for double occupancy, but single rooms were available. The furniture was built-in and they had community restrooms that were cleaned daily. A pizza eatery and a store was located in the basement. The Quads housed 800 students. Students lived in four- person suites (two per room) equipped with a private bath. The furniture could be rearranged. Late Nite store was located here. In these dorms, a Resident Assistant resided on each floor to help residents deal with questions and problems concerning academic, social, health, safety, security and roommates. Visitation and overnight guests were allowed for a 48-hour consecutive period but must be escorted by the resident at all times. Cougar Place was a 400-unit complex that offered apartment-style living with the convenience and safety of campus living. Each was fully furnished, had a private bath and kitchenettes were available. Cambridge Oaks was the newest facility. This park-like community was just a short walk from all classrooms and student services and activity centers. Security was high priority. Residents were like family and living in the dorms couldn't be a better home away from home. -Joyetta D. Johnson Cambridge Oaks Apartments are just a few steps away from campus. It accommodates roommates, those who prefer to live alone and married students. Photo by Michael Smith. KB*' Moody Towers houses mainly underclassmen in the two-17 floor facilities. You can get a good view of campus and of the near-by MacGregor Park. A store and a pizza parlor in conveniently located in the basement. Photo by Michael W. Smith. TheQuadsare four-person suites with private baths and a central cafeteria. It has pleasant landscape and a nice community-like atmosphere. Photo b v Mich a el W. Sm it h. 106 Residence Halls Dorm Options 107