||121 - Coed Residence; 1st year students
||Rooms are equipped for each individual with a single bed, desk and chair, dresser, bookcase, lighting, blinds, data port, smoke detector, and closet space. Mattresses on the 2nd and 3rd floor are standard twins, and the 1st and 4th floor mattresses are extra long (XL) twins.
- Wheelchair accessible bathrooms: Yes
- Wheelchair accessible building: Yes
||Baxter Hall has two single-user, all inclusive, restrooms by the kitchen, and two on the 2nd floor: on the east and west corners. The women restrooms are located on the west corners of the 2nd and 3rd floor, as well as on the east side of the 4th floor (women-only floor). The men restrooms are located on the east corners of the 2nd and 3rd floors.
||Yes — refrigerator, microwave, oven, sink, counter space.
|Beverage and Snack Machines
|Other Beverage and Snack Resources
||The Montag Convenience Store is open during the day and in the evenings. Goudy Commons is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Kaneko Commons is open for breakfast and lunch (M-F).
||Meal Plans are required of all residents and points may be used in the Goudy Commons, Kaneko Commons or Montag Center.
||All campus buildings are smoke-free.
||Indoor racks in basement, covered outdoor racks.
|More About Baxter
||Baxter Hall is one of the largest residence halls and is home to the only elevator in the First-Year Commons. There are two lounge spaces available in the basement and the first floor. Coin-laundry is available in the basement and the 2nd floor. The basement provides access to the Montag Center, where students can hang out or buy snacks. Baxter is connected to Northwood, Southwood and Westwood and has access to a full kitchen in the complex. Secure bike storage is available in the basement on a first-come, first-serve basis. Bike storage space is shared with the Bike Shop in Montag.