Student Accommodation

Residential Blocks

East Wing

The East Wing is generally more popular with students from faculties situated further away from the hall, as AB and CD blockers have easier access to the Prince George Park Bus Terminal.

West Wing

Students studying in faculties situated nearer to the hall prefer the West Wing due to the convenience of the side gate located at E Block. Residents may take a short flight of steps down to the National University Hospital as well as to faculties such as Medicine, Dentistry and Science. Also, the Multi-Purpose Court and Tennis Courts are located just beside Block GH, making the West Wing an ideal choice for our hall athletes.

Block Lounge

Each block has its own block amenities, and they include a launderette, a kitchenette as well as a block lounge.

Block lounges are made accessible exclusively to their respective blockers. Residents can expect block suppers, parties as well as ad-hoc gatherings to be held there. All lounges are air-conditioned and well-furnished, including flat-screen televisions, to facilitate bonding activities there.

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Most levels in a block has a functional pantry. A communal fridge, water dispenser and microwave can be found in pantries, making it ideal for preparing snacks.


Kitchenettes are where block committees usually prepare suppers for their fellow blockers. They are equipped with standard appliances such as the refrigerator, electric stove, and water heater. Shelves and cupboards allow for storage of common cooking equipment.

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Laundrette areas are housed in each block so residents need not fret over the inconvenience of washing their clothes. There is a small fee for the usage of washing machines and dryers, payable via NETS, Flashpay and Paylah.


KEVII Hall is one of four NUS Halls which provide residents with an option of a (photo L-R) Single Room or a Double Room. Single rooms are catered to residents who prefer having their own personal space, while Double rooms are ideal for residents who enjoy the company of a roommate. KEVII Hall has arguably the biggest double rooms amongst the six NUS halls.

Each room is well furnished with the following amenities:

  • Large study table with bulletin board and drawers
  • Open shelves
  • Wardrobe, with lockable drawers
  • Retractable clothes hanger
  • Wall-breadth sliding windows with Venetian blinds
  • Fan
  • Bed frame and mattress
  • Wall-mounted mirror
  • Internet Port

Students may request for the usage of a mini-fridge in their rooms at a fee of $64.20 per semester.

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Meal plans

Meal plans, as with other NUS Halls of Residences, are compulsory in KEVII Hall, a wide variety of options for residents to choose from. Chinese, Vegetarian and Muslim food options are available daily.

Breakfast is provided from 7.00am to 9.30am daily (except Sundays), with free flow toast and spread available to complement the daily menu. Drinks offered during breakfast include hot coffee, tea, Milo, and soy milk.

Dinner is provided from 5.30pm to 9.00pm daily (except Saturdays). There is a daily special menu (e.g. Western cuisine, Yakitori with rice, Lor Mee) available for residents, in addition to the usual standard menu (free flow rice, one meat, one vegetable, one side dish, and one fruit/dessert). Drinks, soup and a dessert dish is also available.

Lunch is not included in the meal plan.