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Boreman Hall

Located across the street from the Mountainlair Student Union in downtown Morgantown, Boreman Hall is divided into Boreman North and Boreman South.

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Boreman Hall is named after Arthur Boreman, the first governor of West Virginia.

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Campus Downtown
Population Boreman North: 222
Boreman South: 314
Gender Boreman North: Female
Boreman South: Coed
Resident Type All undergraduate students can live here.
Room types and rates Room and Dining Rates
Mailing Address Mail & Packages

Room Details

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  304-293-2010 (Main Desk)

shannon ballard

Shannon Ballard

Day Desk Manager   sballar5@mail.wvu.edu

Maleyna Stinson

Maleyna Stinson

Night Desk Manager   maleyna.stinson@mail.wvu.edu

mike lynch

Mike Lynch

Residence Life Specialist - Boreman Hall North and South   mlynch7@mail.wvu.edu
  304-293-5803

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Boreman Hall is located at 600 North High Street, Morgantown WV. Boreman Hall is just steps away from downtown Morgantown's shops and restaurants.

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Boreman is located at 600 North High Street, Morgantown WV.

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WHY Boreman?

Building features, facilities and services at this hall.

  • Cable TV
  • Fitness Room
  • High-speed Wireless Internet
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Recreation Room
  • Study Rooms

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  • This hall doesn't have an LLC yet. Learn more about LLCs.

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mountainlair

 The Mountainlair student union

ROOM DETAILS

Bathrooms

Suite Style Bathrooms - One bathroom is connected to two or more bedrooms. Typically four residents share this space. Residents are expected to maintain the cleanliness of their bathroom, but custodian staff will clean and check them once every three weeks.  The university provides toilet paper to students. 

Furniture

Room furnishings differ somewhat in various halls. All rooms include study desks and chairs, dressers, drapes, desk lamps, wastebaskets, and twin beds with mattress (extra long, 36×80 inches).

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Floor Plans

Floor plans shown are examples of different room types available in this building. Actual rooms may vary in dimension and arrangement.

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