Ford Hall (Kansas State University)

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Coordinates: 39°11′37.38″N 96°34′37.09″W / 39.1937167°N 96.5769694°W / 39.1937167; -96.5769694

Ford Hall
General information
Type Residence Hall
Architectural style Standard white brick
Address Manhattan Ave. and Old Claflin Rd.
Kansas State University
Town or city Manhattan, Kansas
Country United States
Current tenants 448 students
Completed 1966
Technical details
Floor count 9

Ford Hall is an all-female residence hall at Kansas State University and is named for Kenney L. Ford who was Secretary of the Kansas State Alumni Association from 1928-1961. It is located on the South East corner of the Derby Complex at Kansas State's Manhattan, Kansas campus south of Haymaker Hall and east of West Hall on Manhattan Avenue and Old Claflin Road. It has a residence of approximately 450 students, and all rooms are suites.[1] After the end of the Spring semester, all students move out and some return to live there another year, while others move on to live off-campus or at fraternities and sororities.







  • Hall of the Year - Association of Residence Halls


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