• Acacia Hall

    Grand Canyon UniversityPhoenix, AZ

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    • C
      Location on Campus
    • B
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    • C
      Proximity to Dining
    • A
      Independent Study Space
    • B
      Room Size
    • C
      Wifi Connectivity

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  • About Acacia Hall

    Opened in fall of 2015, Acacia Hall includes fully furnished suites with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a large living room area. Features an inviting lobby, breakout rooms for studying, laundry facilities on every floor and massive outdoor courtyard.

    Gender: Coed
    Residents: Freshman, Undergraduate Student

    Amenities at Acacia Hall

    • Study lounge
    • Recreation room
    • Cable
    • Air Conditioning
    • WiFi
    • Laundry room
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    Resident Reviews of Acacia Hall

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    • Freshman  |  March 13
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      The only major problem is not having it by food places

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    • Freshman  |  February 2
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      I think living in the Grove is nice because I met some nice people, but the location is far from food places, and you'd have to walk quite a bit to get to the Student Union. GET A SCOOTER/SKATEBOARD/ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD/ELECTRIC SCOOTER/BIKE!!! It is so convenient if you don't want to walk, especially if your classes are far, which it is. It is loud and rowdy at night, especially around 12 AM-3 AM. The bedroom space is actually quite spacious, and roomy. The bathroom is also nice too. I have a few roommate horror stories, and I suggest picking your roommates before moving to your dorm/apartment in general. You don't want to end up with people who end up not liking you because of miscommunication after that :).

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