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Wray House


Wray House Floor plans

Wray House was built in 1968, in honor of Edith A. Wray. A former Ohio University Professor of English, her tenure lasting thirty-six years.

Wray House Location:
South Green

Mailing Address:
[Student Name]
134 South Green Dr., Room #
Athens, OH 45701

Configuration:
Coed & First Year
82 Singles
35 Doubles

Building Amenities:
1st and 2nd floor rooms with two forms of egress have air conditioning. 3rd and 4th floor rooms have air conditioning.
Each floor is separated into three mods, a central living area with 2 or 3 halls of six students. Each single hallway leads into a central living environment.
Elevator
Electronic Access

In-Room Amenities:
CATVision (university owned/operated cable service)
Ethernet connectivity
Wireless internet

In-Room Furnishings:
Twin size, extra-long bed
Desk with desk chair
Dresser and closet space
Small microwave/refrigerator unit
Beds cannot be bunked in most double rooms
Curtain rods are not provided; tension rods can be used

Services

Mail:
Mail is delivered to the OHIO campus once a day.  Letters and packages can be picked up at South Green Mail Room Service Desk located on the ground floor of Mackinnon Hall during hours of operation. Click here for more information about resident mail.

Culinary Venue :
Nelson Dining Hall is conveniently located on the South Green. For information on hours, menus, and services please visit www.ohio.edu/food

Custodial :
All residence halls are provided with daily housekeeping for all public areas and 24-hour maintenance services.

Laundry:
This building has washers and dryers that accept Bobcat Cash. This facility is only available to students residing in this building. The South Green laundry center that accepts Bobcat Cash is at Dougan House.

Garage Parking :
Parking is available for students who have earned 30 or more credit hours and who have purchased a special permit from Parking Services. Please visit www.ohio.edu/parking/ for more information.


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