CKTO Hall Information

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Room Size and Layout

The plans below show the general layout and dimensions. Individual halls vary slightly from this standard. We are unable to accommodate requests for specific room measurements. Two adjustable bed lofts are available in each room. A futon needs to be 79 inches or less to fit within the loft frame.

Double Room Layout Triple Room Layout
Curran, Kranzusch, Tustison & Oetting Curran, Kranzusch, Tustison & Oetting

*Extended double rooms are the size of a triple room, they house two people with two sets of furniture.

Floor Breakdown

CKTO is an FYE building, which means only first-year students live here. CKTO is also home to additional residential communities and living options, such as:

  • Single-gender communities
  • TRiO Student Support Services
  • Multicultural

CKTO Namesakes

Frederick L. Curran graduated from Stout in 1921 and served 32 years as a faculty member.

Ray F. Kranzusch worked as a professor of radio, electrical work and auto-mechanics at Stout.

Francis F. "Tusty" Tustison developed the four-year programs in Physics and Mathematics.

Erich Oetting worked as the first Dean in the School of Education.