Quittenton experiencing upgrades

Kyle Rose
By Kyle Rose March 31, 2017 12:42

Quittenton experiencing upgrades

The newly upgraded facility at Quittenton Hall has come to the attention of many students at St. Clair College.

Located on the south campus of St. Clair College in Windsor, Quittenton is one of the best buildings in the city, commercial or residential according to a recent poll among the student body.

Quittenton offers a variety of amenities, including game room, to the mini cinema, to the backyard patio and student lounges. From September to April it costs roughly $5,600 to live at Quittenton whereas the university ranges from $5,700-$7,500 for the year.

Marteen McDaniels is a front desk residence staff member at Quittenton for five years and says she really enjoys her interaction with the students.

“During my time here I can honestly say I’ve learned a lot from these students. It’s a true community atmosphere. I’ve seen most of them grow, from not being able to fold laundry, to being fully responsible in their unit with parents visiting. It’s always quite the experience,” said McDaniels.

Max Tulcouh is the Residence Life Coordinator at Quittenton and said he has a passion for the community and building.

“I always look forward to seeing new students come into rez. It’s a thrill participating with all the staff in rez programs,” said Tulcouh.

Quittenton houses about 400 to 500 students yearly.

 Marteen McDaniels and Max Tulcouh poses at front desk

Marteen McDaniels and Max Tulcouh poses at front desk

Kyle Rose
By Kyle Rose March 31, 2017 12:42

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