Miller

1518 Lilac Lane, Lawrence, Kansas 66044
Phone: (country code +1) 785-812-1980

New women are assigned a “big sister” to help adjust to college life and learn long-held Miller traditions such as the annual Alumni Tea, the “Joe’s Place” party (started in the 1930s), Miller-Watkins Tribute Night, and a “Murder Mystery Dinner.” As in Watkins, monthly kitchen fees are determined by residents who are each assigned to one of seven small kitchens.

Miller Hall tribute night.


Miller women


A Miller mockup in the front hallway.


Miller hosts a social activity.


Joe's Place is an annual event.


Entry to Joe's Place party.


Scholarship Halls host many activities annually.


An activity in the living room at Miller.



Miller's living room features comfortable study spaces.


Portrait on the wall is of Elizabeth Miller Watkins, founder of Miller and Watkins Halls.


Miller Hall living room.


Miller Hall sun porch is lovely for studying.


Miller Hall features a sleeping porch with bunked beds.


One of Miller Hall's seven kitchens.


Cooking at Miller Hall.

Contributing to Academics

  • Wireless Internet
  • Academic Resource Center with computers, printers and study aids

Your Room

  • Sleeping porches with bunked beds
  • Twin extra-long mattress
  • Smaller living spaces with two-to-four residents each
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Closet
  • Dresser
  • Trash cans
  • Venetian blinds

Your Hall

  • Located near Memorial Stadium, the Kansas Union and Downtown Lawrence
  • Rooms with dresser, closet and study space
  • Two sleeping porches
  • Seven shared kitchens and dining areas
  • About 50 female residents
  • KU Card-operated laundry areas
  • Opened in 1937

Have Fun Here

  • Residents are referred to as “Millerites”
  • Joe’s Place: an annual spring event with a varying theme
  • Strong alumni connections (K-8, the Miller/Watkins alumni group)

             

 


New Stouffer Place Apartments open 2018!
More than $200,000 in annual scholarships to returning residents
Academic success: More than 94 percent of first-time, full-time freshmen in student housing enroll for the next semester
5,100 residents choose student housing each year
Residence hall rates are almost $2,000 less per year than the national average for public schools
— College Board
$4 million alumni gift funded Krehbiel Scholarship Hall
Options include suites, private bedroom with shared bath, two-person rooms, scholarship halls, and apartments
Oswald and Self residence halls opened in 2015
One bill covers all costs: room, food, utilities, and wireless Internet
One of 34 U.S. public institutions in the prestigious Association of American Universities