Gaebe Hall

Denver Res Life Gaebe Hall

Home to juniors, seniors and transfers status students, residents of Gaebe Hall must have earned at least junior status (90 credits) prior to move-in. Each suite accommodates one student per room or two students per suite with a shared kitchenette and bathroom between two rooms.

Room features

  •  One full size bed
  •  One desk
  •  One desk chair
  •  One TV stand
  •  One loveseat
  •  One two-drawer, under-bed dresser
  •  In-room vanity
  •  Wall-to-wall carpeting

Approximate room dimensions: 15'x10'

Building features

  •  Co-ed hall
  •  Furnished common area, including flat-screen TVs and a dishwasher
  •  Gender-neutral rooms available
  •  Short walking distance to classrooms and labs
  •  On-site laundry
  •  Approved alcohol policy
  •  Open during all academic year University breaks
  •  Adjacent to main parking lot
 

Floor Plan (22K PDF)
Residence Hall Descriptions
(137K PDF)

For information regarding costs of room and board visit Student Financial Services.


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RD Jessie Rosales

Educational Background: M.Ed. Student Affairs – University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); B.A. Psychology – University of California, San Diego (UCSD)

"As the Residence Director (RD) of both Triangolo and Gaebe Halls, I help build and support a sense of community in the upperclassmen residential spaces – by providing opportunities for engagement such as programming and activities, leaving my office door open, and talking to students."
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RA Justine Braden | junior

Baking & Pastry & Food Service Management

"The one thing I love is the convenience of living on campus. You’re five minutes away from class, the dining hall, the gym and campus events. It allows you to feel like you’re an active part of the university."
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RA Rebekka Guillory | senior

Baking & Pastry & Food Service Management

"The best part about living on campus is how easy it is to make friends with the people who also lived on my floor freshman year. And, even until this day, I’m still close to some of them who lived on that floor."