• Graham Hall

    University of FloridaGainesville, FL

  • Overall Dorm Grade

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

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  • About Graham Hall

    Graham Hall offers double rooms and is home to the AIM and Black Cultural living learning communities. Features 24/7 area desk services, world class wireless, laundry facilities, cable TV, mail service, a food market, a lounge area, recreation opportunities, and the Graham Gallery.

    Gender: Coed
    Residents: Undergraduate Student

    Amenities at Graham Hall

    • 24-hour front desk services
    • TV lounge
    • Recreation room
    • Cable
    • Dining Hall
    • Air Conditioning
    • WiFi
    • Laundry room
    • Kitchen
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    Resident Reviews of Graham Hall

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    • Freshman  |  November 2
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      I don’t know about other years, but Fall ‘22 SUCKS here. The fire alarm has gone off four separate days, ranging from middle of the night at 3 am to 10 pm. Not counting several times in a night. Proximity to campus is great, but NOBODY has fixed the alarm and we can’t complain about this to housing, our RA probably does it. If this doesn’t get fixed, find another dorm cuz it’s not worth it.

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  • Room Types at Graham Hall

    • Traditional Room, 2-person

      Rooms are double occupancy. Each room contains two beds, two desks, two chairs, and two dressers.

    • Traditional Room, 1-person

      Rooms are single occupancy.

    • Traditional Room, 3-person

      Rooms are for late applicants and are triple occupancy. Contains three beds, three desks, three chairs, and three dressers.

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