Anne Kirtley Residence Hall

Kirtley Hall, Judson’s residence hall for first year students, was named for one of the most beloved professors in Judson’s History, Anne Elizabeth Kirtley.  In addition to teaching English at Judson from 1891 to 1937, Ms. Kirtley was the custodian of the Judson archives, served as the first sponsor of the Judson yearbook and student newspaper, and established many of the Judson traditions that students participate in today.

Kirtley Hall is home to approximately 80 residents, with 40 rooms spread out among three floors. All residence halls are in a suite arrangement, with two rooms connected by a bathroom.

  • Room Capacity: 2 students
  • Bed Size: Extra long twin – 80”
  • Bathrooms: Suite style (shared between 4 students)
  • Lobby includes: Study area and TV lounge with seating and a piano.  TV area includes cable television, Blu-ray/DVD player, HDMI hookup for laptops. Landline telephone connected in lobby.
  • Laundry facility and Ice Machine located in basement.
  • Vending machines located on first floor in side stairwell.
  • Microwaves provided on every floor.
  • WiFi service.