• Keeble Hall is located on the south end of campus near Livingston Hall and the School of Religion. This hall features two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments with an open-concept living room and kitchen area, and its own heating and air unit. The kitchen comes complete with a full size refrigerator/freezer, stove/oven, microwave, and cabinet space. There is an extended countertop in the kitchen with bar stools provided. Residents provide their own living room furniture and kitchen supplies. The bedrooms are equipped with two extra-long twin beds, two desks with chairs, two chests of drawers, and a large closet. At the residents’ own expense, a local cable company can be contacted for cable services. Coin/card-operated laundry facilities and lounges are located on the second and third floors, with a community cable television available in the third floor lounge.

    About the Hall

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    Meet the RD

    Keeble RD
    Megan Barrett,
    Resident Director

    "In a Christian community that takes seriously the message of the Gospel, there is a place for every person, no matter who she is or where she comes from. I serve as a Resident Director to see the Gospel message embodied in my life as well as the lives of the students I serve. I aspire to encourage students to become global, Christ-like citizens both during and after their time at this university. This is an area I am particularly passionate about, having lived overseas and interacted with many people different than myself. I’m grateful to have the opportunity to share in the highs and lows of life as we all learn to embrace others and ourselves as God-created individuals.”

    Livingston-Keeble Residence Hall Team
    The Residence Hall Team

    Theme/ Focus

    "Confronted by Compassion" - Jonah 4:11

    Community Outreach

    The women of Keeble / Dirksen Row will be partnering with Frontier Alliance International Relief’s Syrian Initiative. FAI Relief’s Syrian Initiative is a humanitarian relief program providing medical services to families and children in an isolated area of Syria. This long-term community healthcare program is prioritizing pediatric care. Why? “No matter what our opinions may be about the players in the Syrian conflict, we can all agree children didn’t cause the crisis and can’t contribute to a solution.” As a community, we will help provide aid and awareness to the conflict in Syria.

    Inside Keeble Hall

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