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Triangolo Hall

Denver Res Life Triangolo Hall

Home to juniors, seniors and transfer status students, Triangolo Hall accommodates two or four students per recently renovated apartment — each of which includes newly installed granite countertops, a new microwave, new refrigerator and new stove. The building is also air conditioned. Triangolo Hall students must have earned at least junior status (90 credits) prior to move-in.

Room features

  • Two twin extra long beds
  • Two desks
  • Two desk chairs
  • Walk-in or movable closets
  • Two under-the-bed dressers
  • Wall-to-wall carpeting

Approximate bedroom dimensions 15’x11’

Approximate living room dimensions 15’x14’

Building features

  • Co-ed hall
  • Newly furnished common area
  • Large flat-screen lounge TV
  • Full-sized common area kitchen
  • Gender-neutral and substance-free rooms available
  • Short walking distance to classrooms and labs
  • Updated common kitchen appliances
  • On-site laundry
  • Open during all academic year breaks
  • Adjacent to main parking lot
  • Approved alcohol policy
 

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

Triangolo Floor Plan (2nd floor) (74K PDF)
Residence Hall Descriptions
(137K PDF)



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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 Kim Montoya | senior

Culinary Nutrition

"I like living on campus because of the connection with other people with common interest. Once, I found my group of friends I was comfortable in being myself and enjoying my time with them."

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RA Nicole Sandor | sophomore

Culinary Arts & Food Service Management

"The word I describe my floor is…"Homey" I believe that all my residents feel at home. All of them are comfortable in their rooms, we communicate all the time, and they speak to one another. My door is always open and my residents walk in to say hello. On my side of the hallway all of those residents are in and out of each others rooms. I love my community and all of the people in it!"