KSU’s seven modern residence halls offer a home away from home on campus. Students choose to live on campus, staying in close proximity to academic buildings, computer labs, and other university facilities. Student rooms are generally double occupancy, but some residence halls offer single rooms, triple rooms, and suites. All rooms have beds, mattresses, wardrobes/closets, desks, chairs, carpeted or tiled floors, air conditioning, telephone lines, cable TV hookups and high-speed internet connections. The residence halls also feature study rooms, kitchen and laundry facilities, television lounges, vending machines and in-house laptop programs.
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M. Chandler Hall
Bert T. Combs Hall
Ann J. Hunter Hall
James L. McCullin Hall
The Halls (formerly Young Hall)
Whitney M. Young Hall