Kinghorn Residence Hall
Known for its state-of-the-art technology and first-class amenities, Kinghorn Residence Hall first opened its doors in 2010. The building is named after Thomas J. Kinghorn, who served the university for 43 years as vice president for business affairs and treasurer.
Inside Kinghorn, features include a multipurpose room and space for meetings and presentations, a fitness room, lounge space, and a music practice room with recording space. The residence hall also offers a variety of room types for students such as doubles, singles, and suites.
The hall is air-conditioned, coed, and has semi-private bathrooms (a bathroom shared by a small number of students). Furniture within the hall is loftable, allowing students to truly tailor their living space.