Marshall Commons (Marshall University)

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Marshall Commons is a collection of dormitories, as well as a dining facility, on the south-central campus of Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, USA.[1] Completed in the fall of 2003, Marshall Commons consists of Gibson, Wellman, Haymaker, and Willis Residence Halls, along with Harless Cafe. Each dormitory structure contains four single-occupancy bedrooms, two double-occupancy bedrooms, and four double-occupancy bedrooms. Harless Cafe is also home to a small fitness center.

Marshall Commons gained nationwide recognition as the first residence hall in the United States not to offer landline service to its students. Each resident is given one cellular telephone to use. The service coverage area is now within the 48 states.

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  1. ^ "Marshall Commons." 22 June 2006 Marshall University Department of Residence Services. 19 Dec. 2006 [1].

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