Keefe Hall

Keefe Hall

During the dedication of Keefe Hall, LWC colleagues recalled the contributions and impact the late English professor had during her tenure at the liberal arts college. Carolyn Keefe taught English from 1997-2009 at LWC, where she was known as a demanding professor who "put many young people on the path to effective, productive futures."

The $1.2 million Keefe Hall was built in response to the college's growing residential student population, which has increased by more than 30 percent since 2009-10. A total of 1,100 students live this year in LWC residence halls.

Keefe Hall is a 9,200-square-foot, one-story residence hall located on Blue Raider Drive. The building, on the west side of LWC's A.P. White Campus, houses 46 female undergraduate students plus a resident director.

Hall Amenities

Community Bathrooms
Central Heat & Air Conditioning
Common Living Room
Wired & Wireless Internet Access
Smoke Free Facility

Room Amenities

Capacity: 2 to 3 Students Per Room
Flooring: Tile
Beds: 2/3 Standard Twin Size
Closets: Wardrobes
Furniture: Desks, Chairs, Dressers
Cable: 1-Cable Jack per Room
Phone: 1-Phone Jack in Common Space
Internet: Wired & Wireless Ports