Future Residents FAQ - Residence Hall Questions
Where may I do my laundry?
Where do I receive my mail?
Who cleans my room?
Where can I find a good place to study?
Where can I find the rules that I need to follow while living on campus?
What is visitation/open house?
If I need help whom should I contact?
Does the University insure my belongings?
May I keep firearms and other such objects in my room?
Laundry rooms with washers and dryers are located in each residence hall. Washers and dryers are now free for all residents.
Mailboxes are located in each residence hall for U.S. mail, campus mail, special delivery mail, and packages. A mailbox number (different from the room number) will be assigned at check in. Each hall has its own street address. To expedite delivery, please click on the link for your new hall to find the address and format you will need to use:
Burnam Hall Mailing Information
Clay Hall Mailing Information
Grand Campus Mailing Information
Keene Hall Mailing Information
Martin Hall Mailing Information
McGregor Hall Mailing Information
North Hall Mailing Information
Palmer Hall Mailing Information
South Hall Mailing Information
Sullivan Hall Mailing Information
Telford Hall Mailing Information
Walters Hall Mailing Information
You. Each student is responsible for cleaning his/her own room. If living in a suite, the suite resident(s) must clean the suite bathroom. A member of the custodial staff cleans community baths. The Custodian is an important member of our community and a person worth getting to know. Hall staff on a regular basis conducts a room inspection for safety and health.
The Library has excellent facilities and resources for EKU students to utilize. Specific rooms and areas in the halls are designated for study, and all halls follow the established courtesy and quiet hours:
Daily Quiet Hours - 9:00 p.m. to 8:00 am
(The hall councils may vote to extend these hours.)
Each residence hall has one or more study rooms available to residents who ask at their hall front desk.
Rules that students must follow while at EKU are printed in the The Residential Community Guide, the Student Handbook, Housing Contract and other university publications. Many publications are available at residence hall check in, with others being available in the Student Affairs office or at the Housing Office.
Visitation is a time when a guest is permitted to visit with you in your room. All guests must register at the front desk and be accompanied by the resident who lives in that residence hall. You may only register a guest in the hall in which you live.
Residents with non-registered guests or who fail to escort guests while in the building will be subject to judicial action. Residents who host guests are responsible for the actions of their guests. EKU Housing staff reserves the right to limit the number of guests checked in at one time.
Guests must be 18 or older to be checked in. People under the age of 18 may be permitted in the building if they are with a parent or guardian (who is checked in as a guest) between 10:00am and 8:00pm. Guests under 18 are not permitted to stay in any hall overnight. The number of guests checked in at one time is limited to two people and residence life staff reserve the right to limit guest hour privileges. Double occupancy and simple suite-style rooms have an occupancy limit of 4 persons per room at any given point in time. Super-suite or apartment-style rooms are limited to 2 guests per resident or no more than 12 guests per suite or apartment at one time.
7 days a week
Cohabitation (staying as a visitor overnight more than 3 nights in a 7 night period) is prohibited in all halls.
In all halls regardless of visitation hours, you and your guests will need to follow guest check in/out processes as outlined in the Guide to Residence Hall Living.
The Resident Advisor (RA) is available for help and lives within your community. There are a number of RAs in each building and you should feel free to go to any of them. The other staff member in your building is the Residence Hall Coordinator (RHC). The RHC is a live in professional staff member who is available to assist you with any issues that you may have.
EKU does not insure personal belongings and does not assume liability for theft or damage. However, you may already be covered if your parents have a homeowners or renters insurance policy. You may want to check with them.
No. Any objects with potential to cause bodily harm to self or others are not allowed in the residence halls. These objects include but are not limited to: fireworks, explosives, Paint Ball markers, BB guns, shotguns, hand guns, stun guns, knives, bows and arrows, and various martial arts weapons, etc. Persons are prohibited from possessing firearms, explosives, or other deadly weapons on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University.