Kulp Hall – Junior/Senior floors
Kulp Hall was built in 1906 as a women’s dormitory and dining hall. As the oldest residence hall on campus, it holds a special place in many students’ memories of their college experience.
Today, Kulp is a coed facility with men and women on different floors and houses 68 students, in both single and double rooms. Kulp hall provides housing for juniors and seniors. This facility is designed to offer increased independence with the convenience of on-campus locations. Eligible students graduated from high school at least two years prior to the first day of classes. Students in Kulp have the easiest access to the campus dining hall, which is good news for those who don’t want to face winter weather first thing in the morning. Kulp is a combination of old and new. While original woodwork, oaks floors and balconies retain the flavor of this historic building, lounges located on each floor include kitchen, electronic equipment and homelike furnishings. The windows have mini-blinds for privacy. New windows and a fire-safety sprinkler system make it modern by safety standards; plumbing and heating systems and bathrooms are also up-to-date. The laundry room is in the basement.
- Eligible students graduated from high school at least two years prior to the start of the first day of classes.
- Students must purchase the minimum meal plan (80 Block Plan)
- Make a $50 housing deposit prior to room sign up.
- Participate in room sign up on April 10, 2013 at 9:00 p.m. in AD28.
- Community Standards
At room selection you will be asked to demonstrate your commitment to live in harmony with the Community Standards, by signing the following statement:
Goshen College is a Christ-centered college emphasizing the development of a strong and mature Christian faith and a commitment to the church. You are part of the Christian faith as it is held and lived by our faculty and the majority of Goshen students. Goshen College is rooted in the Mennonite church, one of the historic peace churches.
Goshen College maintains standards for behavior, which contribute to a strong campus community. Students from different backgrounds may have different values, but the Goshen College community expects a lifestyle that excludes use of alcohol, use or possession of non-medicinal drugs, use of tobacco, use and/or possession of firearms or fireworks, and premarital sex. Racism and discrimination are not tolerated. All students are expected to live in accordance with the “Goshen College Commitment to Community Standards”