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Residence Hall Tours at Fort Lewis College: Centennial Apartments [VIDEO]

Friday, May 26, 2017

Take a quick tour around the Fort Lewis College Centennial Apartments with roommates Connell, Adrian, and Resident Assistant Luke!

The Centennial Complex shares a community center with a television lounge and laundry machines. Each bedroom in the Centennial Apartments is double occupancy; the one-bedroom apartment houses two students, and the two-bedroom apartment houses four students. Family housing is located in the Centennial B building.

Features in each apartment

  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen with refrigerator and stove/oven
  • Furnished living room
  • Carpeted floor
  • Curtains
  • Extra long twin beds
  • Desks & chairs
  • Closets
  • Local phone line with voicemail
  • Cable television access with over 70 channels
  • Ethernet ports and wireless internet access

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