All the Dorm Floor Plans You Could Ever Want or Need or: "The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Lee University" Companion Part I.

I know what you're thinking. You're moving on campus in less than a month, and you want to know what your dorm room looks like in advance so you can start planning your room layout. But you might live a long way away, and can't come all the way to Lee just to see your dorm room. The Lee website is less-than-easy to navigate, and it is difficult to visualize the dorm layout through pictures of other people's rooms.

Well, I'm here to save the day. Here I have compiled an entire database of layouts of every dorm at Lee University. These links can be printed for planning purposes, and even emailed to your future roommates for discussion. Obviously, this furniture can [and almost certainly will] be moved by you and your roommates, so keep that in mind when planning.

These are split up between male and female dorms and arranged alphabetically. Simply press Control+F [PC] or Command+F [Mac] and search for your dorm's name. Enjoy!

Men's Dorms.

Atkins-Ellis.

Bowdle.

Hicks.

Medlin.
First, Second and Third Floor.

Fourth Floor.

O'Bannon.

Storms.


Women's Dorms.

Brinsfield Row.
First Floor, 1650 Block.

First Floor, 1750 Block.

Second Floor.

Cross.

Davis.

Keeble.

Livingston.
Suite-Style

Studio-Style.

Nora Chambers.
First Floor, 3-Person.

First Floor, 4-Person.

Second and Third Floor, 2-Person.

Sharp.

Simmons.

Tharp.
First Floor.

Second and Third Floor.


Men AND Women's Dorms?

Carroll Courts Married Housing.
One-Bedroom.

Two-Bedroom.


I hope this post has been helpful. Click the link in the right-hand column that says "Freshmen" for more advice, past and future! See you in the fall!

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