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Residence Hall @ Brooklyn College
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Summer 2014 BBQ - July 25th, 2014
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Pricing and layouts for Summer 2014, now booking
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Super Bowl XLVII-Kick Off
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**This is an RHBC Resident Only Event.*
Dear Residents,

You are invited to take part in our Super Bowl XLVII-Kick Off event this Sunday, Feb. 3rd, 2013. We will provide snacks and beverages for your entertainment. Please RSVP via Facebook to confirm your attendance.
Super Bowl XLVII-Kick Off
Sun, February 3, 2013, 6:00 PM
1 Kenilworth Pl

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Housing still available for Spring 2015, please visit www.1kenilworth.com for pricing and applications and call 718-252-5000 if you have any other questions.
The Residence Hall offers student housing with apartment-style living in various settings, including studios, private bedrooms, or shared bedrooms.
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Basketball BBQ September 21st, 2014
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We have housing available for immediate move-in until August 20th. Contact us at 718-252-5000 or visit our website to apply.
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Halloween 2013
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Are you ready for the New Year? The Residence Hall @ Brooklyn College is! Next year will be a fun packed year filled with wonderful activities for the residents. According to RHBC Staff, there will be more diverse events ranging from group trips, to charity concerts, play ensembles and much more! Also, for the first time since construction, students will have the opportunity to suggest events that will be sponsored by RHBC Management if approved! One resident that went home for the Holiday season stated that he can't wait to return for the spring semester. With just a few days left in the year 2012, the countdown for the new semester has officially begun. Join us as we count down on facebook.com and add The Residence Hall @ Brooklyn College.
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1 Kenilworth Pl Brooklyn, NY 11210
1 Kenilworth PlaceUSNew York11210
(718) 252-50001kenilworth.com
Student DormitoryToday 9AM–6PM
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"The office workers work extremely hard to make the students comfortable."
"You'll be better off renting a room or an apartment nearby."
"This place needs to be shut down, and rebuilt ."
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Masahiro Santana
2 months ago
Cannot recommend higher. I don't go to Brooklyn College, but as a student elsewhere I was able to stay at The Res Hall. I very much enjoyed my stay, and was glad to spend my evenings here. Looking forward to the Fall to start, I am excited to meet the new people and show them around. I live on the 8th floor, and the view is very nice. I play trombone and the music room is echo proof (A + for recording). The study room is quiet and good for working, and I like watching movies with people in the common lounge. 5/5
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Margaret Binder
3 months ago
My daughter stayed in the shared room at the Residence Hall and has enjoyed living there. She's made very close friends and was able to gain some independence, while being in a place I knew she was safe. The 24 hour security and shuttle service to campus was a big plus for me and helped me not to worry. Being so close to campus was also helpful since she tends to run late. My daughter is very active in school so she's usually there until late and I was worried about her walking home at night, but she's able to get back quickly and safely. The office staff is also supportive and kind. When we ran into some financial issues, the bookkeeper Joann was very helpful in making sure we'd be able to work out our payment. My other children lived at home throughout college but my daughter really wanted the "college experience" and I'm glad the Residence Hall was able to provide it!
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Dave Bredenberg
4 months ago
It was such a relief two years ago, while sending my partner's son off to college out of state, to know he would be in a building with other college students, with security, and a attendant at the door. The bookkeeper, and other staff were very accommodating and friendly. When they visited the facility and the campus, someone on staff took the time to show them around even though they hadn't scheduled an appointment. I think the location is great, and am thankful for all the clear information on the website. It's great to have pictures and layouts of the different room options. I know it made a huge difference for my partner peace of mind. Thank you!
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Marcella Garcia
3 months ago
Living at Brooklyn College residence hall was a great experience from beginning to end. I was booking a room from Texas and Tasha guided me through every step of the way. She answered every single question I had and was so sweet. She even helped me move out a few boxes as I struggled moving jot at the end if my lease by myself. Also Stuart was amaaaazing! He was so helpful and always went out of his way to answer questions. Also my roommate match is still one if my best friends here to date. Any maintenance issue was fixed as long as you follow request protocol. And its such a great price for what you get. If you are moving from out of state this is a very safe and great place!
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Gino Cortes
a month ago
Definitely great for its value. I stayed in Summer 2016 with a roommate and at a rate of under $2000 for 3 months, it was definitely worth it. The Res Hall accepts students from different colleges and schools besides Brooklyn College, and that was good since I was attending a different program. While I was apartment hunting, the Res Hall was the cheapest option by far. In addition to all the amenities the Res Hall had to offer, living here was essentially a no-brainer. They have all the necessities including a kitchen, washer/dryers, air conditioning that you can control in your room, and good WiFi. Their great amenities included a lounge downstairs if you want to socialize or watch TV, a study room if you need a quieter environment, a gym, and a nice courtyard that even has a basketball hoop. I never used the music room they have, but I'm sure it was useful to others. It was also convenient that the dorm is a 7 min walk from Target and the 2/5 train (another 5 min to the Q train). Despite being out studying most of the day, I was still able to make a lot of friends in my downtime at night. A lot of people came from around the world to live here, and I got to meet quite a few. The only legitimate cons - The TV doesn't have single digit channels (NBC, CBS, ABC, etc.), and they were a little slow to fix a minor leak in my bathroom. Overall for the price that I paid, I'm glad I was able to enjoy everything that the Res Hall had to offer.
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Mac. T
2 months ago
If you are planning to attend school in one of the five boroughs of NY, Tell your parents that you want to stay at the Brooklyn college dorm. I lived at the BC dorm for about 3 semester. Its totally a great place to live. I met a lot of nice people and made a lot of friends. Honestly, this dorm is one of the most decent dorms I ever lived in. Augustus is one of the nicest person you'll ever meet at this dorm. You can always talk to him about anything. The office staff are very helpful and are always around to give you a helping hand.
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george brown
3 months ago
The Residence Hall offered me something I didn’t have at home, and that’s peace and quiet! I’m from a large family and shared a bedroom with my brother up until I graduated high school, so I was looking forward to getting away and also getting some space to myself. I play a lot of video games (PC not console, scrubs) and the Wi-Fi did what it’s supposed to. Not a huge fan of cooking for myself so I was a little bummed about the lack of a meal plan, but at the same time there’s a corner store that serves decent food and most people I talked to shop at Target so like, no big deal. I signed for an annual studio and it was nice to not have to leave during the winter or summer too, I don’t envy the people scrambling for a NY apartment at the end of the year. Due to family issues I had to move out after a year, but I am happy to say the Res Hall was fun, social, and for the most part clean. Definitely would recommend to a new student and/or someone looking for the classic “dorm experience” that’s in movies or TV shows.
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Andrea Seeloff
3 weeks ago
Stayed with my boyfriend's brother here when we went on vacation. The people were very nice. And the dorms were very nice too