McCollum

Address: 1800 Engel Road, Lawrence Kansas

Phone: (country code +1)785-864-4860

McCollum Hall, located atop Daisy Hill, is KU’s largest and most diverse residence hall. All of McCollum’s rooms are designed as two-person rooms, though students may arrange single occupancy contracts on a limited basis. The hall is coed by wing and has three wings. Students may arrange Thanksgiving, winter, and spring break accommodations.

McCollum main floor lobby


First floor hosts a ping pong table


First-floor lobby is also a homework spot


10th floor has private rooms reserved for returning residents


A 10th floor private room


Studying for finals


More study space


A Resident Assistant on the 10th floor



 

Contributing to Academics

  • Wireless Internet
  • Print your class assignments at the "print anywhere" stations in your hall
  • Study spaces on each floor

 

Your Room

  • Bed- lofting is optional through third-party vendor
  • Extra-long twin mattress
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Built in dresser with mirror
  • Closet
  • Trash can
  • Venetian blinds

 

Your Hall

  • Located on Daisy Hill
  • Traditional two-person rooms with a closet, mirror, and dresser (view hall layout)
  • 900 coed residents
  • Living rooms on each floor
  • KU Card-operated laundry areas
  • Opened 1965

 

Have Fun Here

  • Large living room on the main floor for studying, playing ping-pong, or visiting friends
  • Full kitchen on the first floor
  • Sound proof music room on the first floor
  • Walking distance from other students on Daisy Hill

             

 


JOCELYN CRIST
Complex Director
785-864-6508
cristj@ku.edu

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Julie D'Auteuil
Administrative Assistant
JulieD444@ku.edu
785-864-3836

Updates on Daisy Hill new buildings

New Hall Mockup

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