McKee Hall is a three-floor female residence hall. Located in the center of campus, McKee residents are just a hop away from McCartney Library, Alexander Dining Hall and the Student Center. The hall features suite-style rooms, with two residence hall rooms connected by a shared bathroom. Network Internet access is available with two ports in each room. McKee also features a main lounge and common computer room on the first floor, a study nook on the third floor and a common kitchen on each floor.
McKee is known for its quiet, peaceful atmosphere, but that doesn't mean it’s not a fun place to live. Mamma McKee watches over the residents of the hall from her portrait over the fireplace in the first floor lounge. Floor activities vary each year but usually include trips to PISGAH, Geneva’s high ropes course, and the occasional game of Spork — a mysterious game of cat and mouse where no one can be trusted.
McKee is overseen by a resident director (RD) and staffed with a discipleship coordinator (DC), health coordinator (HC) and one resident assistant (RA) per floor.