Finlandia University students who will be residing in Finlandia Hall have the opportunity to save $1,000 over the year ($500 per semester) by living with three people in a room.
“You will get a discount from the university on your room charges,” Coordinator of Residential Life Leann Fogle said.
The rooms will only be tripled if all available rooms in Finlandia Hall have at least two people. As of July 1, 2016, students will be able to do this for the Fall 2016 semester.
Tripling up still allows space and privacy
Each triple room comes with three beds. Two are stacked in a bunk bed, while the other is in a loft position to allow maximum storage. These rooms also include three desks, two closet spaces and two dressers.
All of the rooms in Finlandia Hall include a private sink and vanity. They are also connected, suite style, to one other room. The connected room will include two people, meaning there will not be more than five people sharing any one bathroom.
“You share a bathroom only with the room next door to you,” Fogle said. “This is different than a community bathroom, which is often used at other universities.”
More information on Tripling Up
For more information on life in Finlandia Hall, or to volunteer to triple up and save $500 per semester, visit finlandia.edu/reslife or contact Leann Fogle at (906) 487-7276 or email@example.com.Tags: Finlandia Hall, Leann Fogle