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Northeast Hall Move-In - Fall 2017

Residents of Northeast Hall,

We are so excited to have you back at WKU! The staff has been busy the past couple of weeks preparing for your return, and we know this year is going to be amazing!   The current construction of the connecting lobby is still on-going and is scheduled to be complete by fall break.   

The hall is still split into two separate wings, North & East, as follows:

NORTH WING (1579 Normal Street)

  • 1st Floor: Rooms 128-155
  • 2nd Floor: Rooms 228-255
  • 3rd Floor: Rooms 328-355
Use the entrance on Centennial Mall/Keown Plaza

EAST WING (1575 Normal Street)

  • 1st Floor: Rooms 100-127
  • 2nd Floor: Rooms 200-227
  • 3rd Floor: Rooms 300-327

Use the entrance on Normal Street


During move-in, there will be signs, staff members, and inflatable Big Reds to guide you to the proper entrance you’ll need to use to move in.

When you arrive on-campus, come into the hall/wing lobby and complete your check-in process BEFORE you begin unloading your car.

As soon as you unload your belongings, please move your car to another parking area to allow others to unload.

Reminder: there is no elevator in either North or East (elevator is included in the new construction, but not yet operational)

Reminder: No equipment (dollies, hand trucks) is provided for move-in, but feel free to bring your own to help get items from your car to the building.


If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Northeast Hall Director, Zach Marcum at   


We are looking forward to a great year with you! 

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