Dellplain Hall

Dellplain Hall is a dormitory on the Syracuse University Campus. It is located at 601 Comstock Ave. and was built in 1961. [1].  The Facebook page for Dellplain can be found at . Dellplain Hall is on the Quad Shuttle route and the schedule can be found at http://centro.org/Syracuse-University-Service.aspx.

Dellplain Hall. Photo Credit: Syracuse University. Creative Commons License.

Location

Dellplain Hall is located next to Booth Hall and behind Ernie Davis Hall. From certain angles, the dormitory is not visible because it is being blocked by Ernie Davis Hall. It is about five minutes away from the quad and is in close proximity to Marshall Street as well.

Floor Plan and Room Set-Up

Dellplain Hall houses 436 residents on eight floors. The dormitory is L-shaped and the rooms are coed by alternating rooms. The first floor contains the main desk and mailboxes as well as dorm rooms. There are four staff rooms and a large study room. Additionally, there are two doubles with bath, one large single with bath, two singles, eight spilt-doubles, three four-person suites, two two-person suites, and two open doubles. There is also one room for the RA and one bathroom located on the first floor. Because this floor only has one bathroom, it is an all-women’s floor.

The floor plans of floors two through eight are identical. There are two lounges – one study lounge and one large lounge with couches and a TV for entertainment purposes. There are also two bathrooms – one for males and one for females. The types of rooms on each floor are: two singles, eight large split-doubles, eight split-doubles, one two-person suite, three four-person suites, two open doubles, and one room for the RA. [2].

Dining Options

There is no dining hall in Dellplain Hall, but residents have many close-by dining options. The closest is Ernie Davis Dining Hall, which opened in fall 2009 and is located in front of Dellplain. Prior to the opening of Ernie Davis, residents typically ate at Shaw Dining Hall. Residents are also about five minutes away from Kimmel Dining, which differs from the buffet style of Dining Halls. Rather than using a meal plan, students pay for individual food items with cash, debit, credit, or SUper Card money. Food offered at Kimmel Dining include Sbarro pizza, KFC, Burger King, sandwiches, ice cream and grocery items such as soda and chips.

Amenities

Dellplain Hall contains:

• Large study area

• Laundry Facility

• Oven with stove top on first floor

Notes

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