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McClintic-Marshall House

First-year residence hall McClintic-Marshall, more commonly known as M&M, is located south of Johnson Hall and near the University Center. The H-shaped building is named for 1888 graduates Howard McClintic and Charles Marshall, who built the Golden Gate Bridge, the George Washington Bridge, the Waldorf Astoria and the Panama Canal.

McClintic-Marshall houses 280 first-year students, who all reside in doubles. Each resident has his or her own desk with bookshelf, desk chair, bed, closet with drawers, and a medicine cabinet with mirror.

A large programming lounge with a kitchen as well as a laundry room can be found on the ground floor of the building. A TV lounge is located in the center of the building on each of the upper floors.

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McClintic-Marshall House
67 University Drive
  • Co-ed building
  • Single-gender wings
  • Shaped like the letter H
  • Named after the engineers who helped build the Golden Gate Bridge
  • Largest first-year student building
  • Central Air
  • Renovated in 2009
  • Desk with bookshelf and desk chair
  • Bed
  • Closet with drawers
  • Medicine cabinet with mirror
  • Bulletin board
  • Storage cabinets 
  • Air conditioning
  • Lounge with kitchen
  • TV lounges
  • Vending
  • Laundry facilities
  • LaundryAlert
The outside doors of all buildings are secured using a card access system.
Lehigh University • 27 Memorial Drive West, Bethlehem, PA 18015 USA • (610) 758-3000