Kitchin Residence Hall

Kitchin Residence Hall, renovated during Summer 2015, was named for the ninth president of Wake Forest University, Thurman D. Kitchin. A 1905 graduate, he guided the University through economic depression and the moving of the central campus from the town of Wake Forest, North Carolina, to Winston-Salem. It was also during this time that women were admitted to the University for the first time. Kitchin houses the Deacon Shop, Campus Kitchen, and both Greek and faith-based organizations. There is a study/activity lounge to accommodate a variety of activities.

Kitchin Residence Hall is a suite-style co-ed facility that houses continuing students.


Office Location
First Floor – 102A
Access through Community Lounge

Style: Suite
Gender: Coed
Capacity: 270

Built: 1955
Updated: 2015

Fire Safety: Smoke Detectors, Sprinkler System, Alarms

Hall Staff: 9

Amenities: Deacon Shop, Campus Kitchen, Greek lounges, Baptist Student Union lounge, Campus Ministry offices

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Wingate Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106

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Community Director
Erin Schneller Headshot

Erin Schneller

Graduate Hall Director

Marisa Bishop

Resident Advisers
  • Nicole Sung
  • Milan Rustagi
  • Matthew Schmittling
  • Gah’Ques Ligons
  • Citlali Martinez-Arellano
  • Rylie McAllister
  • Panisara Purcell
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Average Room Dimensions: 
10′ 8″L X 12′ 2″W X 7′ 10″H

Wardrobe Dimensions: 
 36 X 25 X 32

  • Window Size: 2′ 6″ X 4′ 4″, Blinds
  • Floor Covering: Tile, White
  • Elevator: No
  • Electrical Outlets: 3-4
  • Heating & Air: Individual
  • MicroFridge®: One Per Room
  • Sinks in Room: No