Mudge House-Housing Services - Carnegie Mellon University

Mudge House

Mudge House is located on Morewood Avenue. It is a mansion originally built by the Mudge family of Pittsburgh. After their donation to the university, the two upper floors were converted into student rooms. The large living, dining and parlor rooms of the first floor were converted into a spacious lounge, a quiet study area and a television room. Mudge House now has two additional residence wings that overlook the garden courtyard. The student residence is coed by room and has a variety of room types, including prime and standard singles, prime and standard doubles, prime and standard triples, and prime quads. It also has laundry facilities and a small kitchen area.

The Facility Coordinator for Mudge House is Tom Brooks.


RESIDENCE TYPE
Residence hall
ROOM TYPES
Prime single
Prime double
Prime triple
Prime quad
Standard single
Standard double
Standard triple
BUILDING CAPACITY
  308 residents
DEMOGRAPHICS

Mostly first-year students
Some upper-class students
Female
Male



Floor plans
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