These two facilities, Robert Massie Residence Hall and Mary Massie Residence Hall, or Mary P and “the Bob” as they are affectionately known to residents, provide close-knit co-ed communities that each house 175 students.
The Massie Halls have the most closet space of all on-campus housing. The buildings are designed to muffle the sounds of neighboring rooms, giving students the quiet they need to study or relax.
The spacious floor plan gives students room to move around and moveable furniture allows them the opportunity to arrange their space. The Massie Halls are co-ed units, meaning men and women may be neighbors, but not roommates.
Large common areas house big-screen TVs, mobile charging stations, a pool table (in Mary Massie) and a pingpong table (in Robert Massie). Study rooms have public computers and are big enough to accommodate groups working together on class projects.
Programming is developed to help students get involved in their community and succeed during their first year at ASU and beyond.
- Extra-long twin bed
- Desk chair
Front Closet: 5 x 2 (with 2 clothes racks and 2 shelves on the side)
Back Closet: 7 x 2 (with 1 clothes rack and 1 shelf on the top)
Window: 4 x 3 (all windows have mini blinds but no curtains)
Shower: 3.5 x 3 (shower curtain rods are provided, however shower curtains are not) (shower curtain size - 6 x 6)
- Option of contracting individually for in-room basic or premium cable TV service
- In-room high-speed Internet access (for each student)
- Wireless Internet access in residence hall lounges and common areas
- Community TV areas and lounge/recreation areas
- In-building laundry facilities with no charge for residents of the building
- Vending machines
- Air-conditioned buildings and rooms
- Card/PIN building access
- Security cameras in common areas
- Rooms that open to indoor hallways for added security and protection during inclement weather
- 24-hour staffing and on-site, on-call coverage