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After considerable thought and discussion, KPC’s Kenai River Campus has decided that the Residence Hall will go on a one-year hiatus, beginning June 30, 2020, to determine how the campus can move forward in the future.
The KPC Residence Hall officially opened in the fall semester of 2013. The hall is a state of the art 39,678 sq.ft., two-story, apartment-style complex nestled in a wooded area just across the street from KPC's Kenai River Campus in Soldotna, Alaska, and has the ability to house up to 98 students.
The hall features suites that house four students each with a common living area and kitchen facilities. Highlights of each apartment include private bedrooms and two bathrooms, each shared by two students. There are common areas dotted throughout the hall for studying and socializing, laundry facilities, a lounge, and exercise room, an inviting lobby complete with fireplace, an outdoor activity field, a pavilion, and a large parking lot.