Welcome to Rieger Hall
Rieger Hall is a women's scholarship hall featuring two-person rooms and four-person suites. This is the newest women's scholarship hall and it's located within easy walking distance Jayhawk Boulevard and downtown Lawrence. Rieger Hall, a memorial to Dennis E. Rieger, opened in 2005 and is home to 50 female residents.
Roger and Annette Rieger, both KU alumni, funded the building of Rieger Hall and named for Roger's late brother, Dennis, who died of diabetes at age 47. Dennis graduated from KU in 1972 with a political science degree, and in 1974 with a Masters of Business.
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Each floor in Rieger Hall offers a study room and lounge, as well as a parlor room with fireplace on the main floor. The building features energy-efficient geothermal heating and cooling. Rieger has a large porch for hanging out, and an adjacent basketball court near its twin, Krehbiel Hall, which houses 50 men. Rieger has wireless internet, free laundry, and an academic resource center with computers, printers, and study aids.
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Rieger features two-person rooms and four-person suites. The beds have extra long twin mattresses (36" x 80"). Rooms also are furnished with window blinds, and a desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet space for each resident. Two-person rooms have a sink and mirror, and community bath. Four-person suites have their own bathroom.