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Residence Hall Linen and College Bedding Program

In order to maximize the comfort of all students, University of Jamestown has extra long beds (greater than 76 inches in length). These extra-long mattresses require specially-sized sheets, comforters and blankets. As a result, University of Jamestown has been offering the Residence Hall Linen program to all students for more than 18 years.

Every year we work to make sure every student will have the right sized sheets for their residence hall on move-in day. Since XL sheets are often harder to find, we provide a large selection of custom-sized linens that we guarantee will fit every residence hall bed and will last until graduation. In addition, we provide other important residence hall room items like pillows, extra-long comforters, extra-long mattress pads, storage solutions, and much, much more.

Guarantee your first choice today!

In order to guarantee the best possible selection and make sure your first choice is still available, parents and students should respond early. Our residence hall accessories and bedding come with a guarantee of 100% satisfaction until graduation. If you’re not happy with our linens, return your bedding for a full refund at any time.

 

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  • Fine Arts Performance Awards
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UNIVERSITY OF JAMESTOWN at a glance
  • 1,000 students from 31 states and 13 countries
  • 13:1 student-faculty ratio
  • On-campus residence halls
  • 98% average placement rate in 2010 & 2011