KU’s first residence hall, Corbin sits on a historic ridge near the site where the University’s first building, North College, was built in 1866. It is home to more than 300 women.
Corbin Hall was constructed in two phases, with the original building completed in 1923 and a north addition completed in 1951. Corbin Hall reopened in August 2018 after a $13.5 million restoration that includes a brand new main entry and renovation of all student rooms.
South Corbin rooms renumbered after renovation
As part of Corbin Hall's renovation, the rooms in south Corbin were renumbered. Some room capacities were also changed. Below is a chart detailing the room number changes. The middle column's updated room numbers is what you'll see during room selection.
|Room Numbers Pre-renovation||Room Numbers as of August 2018||Capacity August 2018|