• Saguaro Hall

    Grand Canyon UniversityPhoenix, AZ

  • Overall Dorm Grade

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

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  • About Saguaro Hall

    Saguaro Hall was opened in 2013 and is a hall for transfer students. It features fully furnished suites, an inviting lobby, breakout rooms for studying, laundry facilities on every floor, a courtyard and student flex space, which includes an outdoor pool and a dance studio.

    Gender: Coed
    Residents: Undergraduate Student

    Amenities at Saguaro Hall

    • Study lounge
    • Recreation room
    • Cable
    • Pool
    • Air Conditioning
    • WiFi
    • Laundry room
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    • Freshman  |  February 24
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      I love my dorm! It’s really big, the bathroom is nice and we have lots of cabinet space. The living room is a great addition for having friends over or having a place to hang out!

    • Junior  |  March 13
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