Welcome to HKMC Hall! Students here take advantage of the small group connections on their floor and the larger community of our hall. You may find yourself outside playing sand volleyball in our courtyard, downstairs in the ping pong & pool rooms, or doing homework in one of our study rooms. Our staff make an intentional effort to bring you floor events like bean bag toss tournaments, community dinners in the Commons, tutoring & study nights, and our annual HKMC Haunted Basement.
Over 500 students call HKMC their home.
Next to dining, academics, and recreation.
Large basement, kitchen, and lounge spaces.
Room Size and Layout
The plans below show the general layout and dimensions. Individual halls vary slightly from this standard. We are unable to accommodate requests for specific room measurements. Two adjustable bed lofts are available in each room. A futon needs to be 79 inches or less to fit within the loft frame.
|DOUBLE ROOM LAYOUT||TRIPLE ROOM LAYOUT|
|Hansen, Keith, Milnes & Chinnock||Hansen, Keith, Milnes & Chinnock|
*Extended double rooms are the size of a triple room, they house two people with two sets of furniture.
H.M. Hansen taught wood-working and cabinetry for 40 years.
Floyd Keith was a 38-year instructor of welding and sheet metals.
Harold Milnes was a skilled craftsman and devoted teacher for 38 years.
Dwight Chinnock initiated off-campus supervision of industrial education student teachers and also became a faculty member in Stout's Athletic Hall of Fame.