Ernest L. Kurth Residence Hall houses 3 floors of 90 first-year women and 5 student staff members in two-person rooms with suite style bathrooms.
Kurth is a popular residence hall, in part, because of the large closets, extra storage space, and the divided study and living spaces. Hall amenities include washing machines and dryers on the first and second floors. Vending machines are located on the first floor near the eastern exit. The first floor of the building features a spacious lounge with a TV and a pool table. Kurth is part of the Jones Complex on the east side of campus.
Kurth Residence Hall was completed in 1962 and named in honor of the late Mr. E.L. Kurth, an alumnus, benefactor and longtime trustee of the University.
The university provides each resident in Kurth Hall with:
- A standard twin bed (36”x76”)
- A built-in desk
- A desk chair (20”x22”)
- Bookshelves above the desk and above the bed
- A large closet with ample storage space above
Kurth Staff (’17-’18)
Lainey, Head RA