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Upperclass students have the option to live in Lakeland's on-campus apartments located on the south end of campus.

Hill and Morland Houses are four-person apartments with two double rooms, large living room, kitchen and study lounge. Kurtz House offers six-person apartments with two double rooms, two single rooms, two restrooms, large living room and kitchen. Together, all of the apartments house 112 students.

All three houses are fully furnished, air-conditioned and have carpeted living rooms and bedrooms. The houses also have lockable storage rooms within each four-unit section and feature either a patio or deck that overlooks the campus lagoon. All three houses have adjacent student parking. All three houses are tobacco-free.

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