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next photoRose Benté Lee Ostapenko Hall

Rose Benté Lee Ostapenko Hall

This residence hall features six floors of apartment-style housing for upperclass students. The building offers laundry facilities on every floor; lounges with televisions, comfortable chairs, tables, and small kitchens; a 24-hour security desk; a fitness center; and resident parking in an underground garage.

This facility, which opened in October 2010, is named in honor of Marymount trustee Rose Benté Lee and her late husband, Admiral William M. Ostapenko.