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Exterior view of Pembroke Hall, main entrance

Pembroke Hall

Freshman Male Students Only

Pembroke Hall room layout


Pembroke Hall is a historical, traditional style residence hall for 128 freshmen men. It is located on the North Lawn, near the academic center of campus. The building was named after the hometown (Pembroke, KY) of former Trustee, Eustis Hail. It is the fourth-oldest building on campus, housing its first residents in 1913. There are visitation hours for guests of the opposite sex who must check in at the front desk.


Pembroke Hall residents are supported by five Resident Assistants (RAs). There is one RA on the first floor and two RAs on the second and third floors. Each RA has gone through extensive training in order to be a resource to our residents. RAs create social and educational opportunities right here in the complex through programming and community-building efforts. The RAs are supervised by one full-time, live-in professional staff member, known as the Residence Director (RD). The RD is trained in crisis management, acts as a resource to the residents of the complex and oversees the administrative aspects of the building such as maintenance and discipline. The RD maintains regular hours in the office located off the Main Lobby. The RD also lives in an apartment located on the ground floor of the building.

Complex Floor Plan


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