Dirksen Row provides an increased level of independence, yet maintains community connectedness with residential living support. Each four-person townhouse has two bedrooms located upstairs. The bedrooms are equipped with two extra-long twin beds, two desks with chairs, two chests of drawers, and two closets. A bathroom featuring a combination bathtub-shower is located between the bedrooms. The main level features a large open-concept living room and kitchen complete with refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, and stove/oven. An extended kitchen counter with bar stools is provided. A washer and dryer are located in each apartment for no additional charge, and each apartment has its own heating and air unit. The main level has a half-bath for visitors, along with a linen closet. Residents provide their own living room furniture and kitchen supplies. At the residents’ own expense, a local cable company can be contacted for cable services.

Inside Dirksen Row

Dirksen Row Female Townhomes

Meet the Resident Director: Tumelo Lisulo

During my time at Lee, most of my growth and community came from within my residence hall. It was there where I was challenged in how to love and serve others as well. Keeble Hall and Dirksen Row is a home where students from all over the world can come together and see that no matter where they may come from, they matter immensely to this campus and most importantly to God. Becoming a Resident Director allows me to continue that message and to walk alongside students as they discover themselves. My favorite part of working with students is doing life with them, to celebrate with them, to cry with them, and to all-in-all grow in Christ together. 

Female Upperclassmen
44 Residents
Furnished
Laundry Facilities
Wireless Internet & Ethernet Option

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