Ketler is home to 220 male upperclassmen students and members of fraternities and housing groups. Ketler's layout is part of Ketler’s charm. Built in 1932, it is one of the oldest buildings on campus comprised of five sections: East Gable, East Terrace, Central Terrace, West Terrace, and West Gable, all of which can be accessed from multiple doors around the building.
Sitting just off the main Quad, Ketler students have plenty of space to play Frisbee, spike ball, corn hole, or just lounge in the sun. If being outdoors is not your speed, Ketler also has plenty to do indoors. The Ketler Recreation Room has three billiards tables, two table tennis tables, two foosball tables, multiple televisions with full connectivity, a cabinet full of board games, and a fully stocked kitchen (cookware, utensils, stove, fridge, sink, dining room table), all for student use.
Types of Rooms
Single and double rooms; Suite-style rooms
Upperclassman men, CLP housing, Independent living
Buffalos, Crons, Possums (housing groups) & Deeks, Pan Sophic, Phi Taus, and Nu Lambs (fraternities)
Residence Life Staff
1 RD; 10 RAs
1 bed, mattress, desk, chair, dresser, and wardrobe or closet per resident
Ketler Recreation Room, including a laundry room and full kitchen, and Oak Room lobby