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Walters Hall

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Referred in documentation as Women's Dorm #5.
Walters Hall is currently a high rise that re-opened in 2010 following an extensive renovation. It is near the Burrier Classroom Building and the campus ministries buildings Baptist Campus Ministries,…

Telford Hall

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Telford Hall, a womens dormitory, is named for Miss Brown E. Telford of Richmond, a retired member of the music faculty, where she dedicated 44 years teaching piano and organ before her retirement in 1962. Telford Hall, constructed in 1969, is an…

Sullivan Hall

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Sullivan Hall was named for Jere A. Sullivan (1862-1931), a Central University graduate and prominent attorney who supported the establishment of normal schools in Kentucky. He also served on Eastern's board of regents. Dedicated in 1909, with the…

Palmer Hall

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Referred in documentation as Men's Dorm # 7. Palmer Hall is currently is a Co-Educational Residence Hall housing Freshmen Students who participate in the ConneXtions Living Learning Community and provides resources and guidance from a large student…

Martin Hall

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Dedicated in 1962 in honor of E.K.U.'s sixth president, Robert R. Martin, Martin Hall is an air-conditioned two-winged, four-story, residence hall community for 395 men. A common lobby connects the wings, and has a large meal-plan cafeteria. Two…

McGregor Hall

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McGregor Hall is named for Thomas B. McGregor, a highly regarded judge of the Commonwealth's 14 district, a former regent and a former Kentucky Attorney General. The hall is a six-story, air-conditioned residence hall for 439 women. It has two…

Keene Hall

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Keene Hall, an air-conditioned mens dormitory, is named to honor William L. Keene, former professor of English, who ended 39 years of service on the Eastern faculty in 1965. The 16-story brick dorm was built in 1969 and contains 308 rooms which will…

Commonwealth Hall

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Commonwealth Hall was built in 1967. It is a 20-story high-rise building for 523 men. Each floor offers a centrally located community bath. The air-conditioned hall is served by three elevators and has two special-purpose floors: a 24-hour quiet…

Clay Hall

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Built in 1966 and named in honor of EKU Regent Sidney Clay, Clay Hall is an air-conditioned ten-story building for 404 women and men. Featured are a centrally-located community bath on each floor, laundry room, and kitchen area, several study rooms,…

Case Hall

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Once a woman's residence hall that housed some 572 women, mostly freshman, the hall is named for Mrs. Emma Case, a former dean of women. At this time, Case Hall is an air-conditioned four-story building housing 169 women and men. Centrally located,…

Burnam Hall

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Burnam Hall is named in honor of Judge Anthony Rollins Burnam (1846-1919), state senator, court of appeals justice, and prominent resident of Richmond, who influenced the decision to locate one of the state's normal schools in Richmond. Dedicated in…