Air-Conditioned Locations by Hall
With high temperatures predicted for the next several days, air-conditioned locations are listed below by neighborhood. Please contact your CA or Hall Director if you have any questions or have trouble locating the air-conditioned spaces listed below.
|MWL Commons||open 24/7, accessible via ground floor entrance by Seasons|
|Conversations Dining Center||Open 7 am - 8:30 pm most weekdays (hours vary Friday-Sunday; meal plan, morning bundles, Sunday bundles, dining dollars and cash accepted)|
|Roberts Hall||Harriman parlor and computer lab (2nd floor)|
|Welch Hall||Rec room, 1270 Ayres|
|Linden Hall||Main lounge and rec room|
|Barton Hall||Barton parlor, room 131|
|Lyon Hall||Lyon Parlor, rooms 207-209|
|Freeman Hall||Freeman parlor, rooms 207-213|
|Oak-Elm Hall||Oak rec room, lower level|
|UDCC||upstairs and downstairs lobbies are open 24/7, UDCC 136 (ground floor, near copy center) is also open 24/7 as a quiet study area|
|Friley||Dungeons study area (lower level, near laundry room) and computer lab (by hall desk)|
|Helser||TV rooms (1501/3), study rooms (1505/7) and computer lab (1510)|
|Wallace-Wilson Commons||Main commons, study rooms, projector room, computer lab and fitness center|
|Storms Dining||Visit Storms (across the lawn), they're open Sunday-Thursday evenings, 4:30-8:30 pm (meal plan, dining dollars or cash accepted)|
What else can you do to stay cool?
Campus Buildings: Classrooms, Parks Library, the MU, ISU Dining locations, rec centers and more have AC. Check out a new place!
Attire: Wear loose-fitting, light weight clothing
Windows & Fans: Keep your shades or curtains shut during the day to keep out the sun. Use a fan to circulate the air in your room.
Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water
Pools: Want a fun way to cool off? Try the pools at State Gym or check the Furman Aquatic Center’s (city of Ames pool) Facebook page for their hours.
Events: Looking for something to do? Look around your hall or check out event.iastate.edu to see what’s happening on campus.