Dormitory Features

  • Built in the late 1800s
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Generally 2 Single Beds in one room
  • Non Smoking
  • In-Dormitory Laundry Facilities
  • Housekeeping tidies the common areas
  • Remote control Cable TV and local phone calls included

Mukogawa has over 10 beautiful dormitories that students call home when living in America. All dormitories are cleaned on weekdays by housekeepers, who clean the common areas. On Sunday nights, groups have mandatory cleaning time before Roll Call. In the Fall, EXT students stay in Covington, EDU students stay in Whitman, and JC students stay in the house-style dormitories. In the Spring, students are spread across all the dormitories. Each dormitory is named after a prominent Spokane historical figure.


Dormitory Facilities:


Kitchen


Kitchen

Refridgerator

Freezer

Oven and Stove

Dishes, Pots, Pans, Cutlery

Cupboards for Storage

Tidied Daily by Housekeeping


Bedrooms


Bedrooms

Desk and Chair

Sheets, blankets and pillows provided

Shelf, Nightstand and Lamp

Closet or wardrobe

NOT cleaned by housekeeping – Student must keep tidy


Living Room


Living Room and Common Areas

Includes a living room + TV room

Cable TV (with HDMI port)

Next to kitchen and study room

Tidied by housekeeper


Study Room


Study Room

Students can do homework here

The RA will do weekday group time here


Dormitories:

Covington – An American-style dormitory and our largest dormitory. Holds up to 60 people. Includes a recreation basement with billiards and extra TVs. There is also a courtyard. Single rooms available for EXT students.

Cather- A house-style dormitory. Holds up to 22 people.

Helen Keller – A house-style dormitory. Holds up to 22 people.

Dickinson – A house-style dormitory. Holds up to 22 people.

Cannon – A house-style dormitory. Holds up to 22 people.

Carlson – A house-style dormitory. Holds up to 22 people.

Carlson – A house-style dormitory. Holds up to 22 people.

Whitman – Our second largest dormitory. Holds up to 35 people. EDU lives here in the Fall.