Upon completion, the dorm will reach four to five stories and house 450-550 students, only 2 percent of the total student body. The residence hall is being erected at the current site of the outdoor tennis courts, which will be rebuilt elsewhere. Although the hall won’t increase the overall student population, it is expected to draw students from beyond the borough. In addition, it will cater to students who don’t own cars. However, 200 surface parking spots will be created underneath the dorm building, increasing campus parking by 10 percent. The convenience of living on QC’s 77-acre campus comes at a price; rooms will cost from $900 to $1,400 a month. The suites include a refrigerator, microwave, sink and stovetop.
QC’s Dorms Revealed