Dunlap-King Hall, affectionately called "DK," is dedicated to arts appreciation housing for first-year and upperclass men and women. Students choosing to live here should be interested in the arts but are not required to be art, music or theatre majors. Four triple rooms are on the third floor and all other rooms are doubles. Built in 1926, DK is the oldest residence hall on campus. It houses 96 first-year and upperclass men and women, four resident assistants and one hall director.