Dunlap-King (DK) is the oldest residence hall on campus. It houses 96 first year and upperclass students including four Resident Assistants. Four triple rooms for women are located on the third floor and all other rooms are doubles. DK features a TV lounge, study lounge and a full kitchen on the ground floor. Across the quad from Battelle Fine Arts building and a very short walk from Cowan Hall, it's a very convenient location. It's also the closest housing to the Art & Communication building and The Point.
Dunlap King Hall has a theme of Arts Appreciation, is home to the Radical Creativity LLC and Open Space. Arts Appreciation is for students interested in the arts but not necessarily majoring in art, music, or theatre. Radical Creativity pairs a first year seminar course focused on social justice with creative out-of-class activities, including painting a mural in the building. Open Space welcomes students of all genders and sexualities interested in living in a safe, supportive environment.
Please note that these are samples of typical floor plans and furniture arrangements in this residence hall. Actual measurements and arrangements may differ.
Furniture in DK consists of a loftable XL twin bed (all pieces provided to loft bed, may also be bunked with roommate), desk with mobile pedestal, desk chair, dresser and wardrobe. Students may place their desk and dresser under their lofted bed for the most floor space.
| 03 Dec, 2013