Marlatt Hall is a coed residence hall in the Kramer Complex with up to 594 students on seven floors. Three floors have academic clusters for architecture, engineering and honors students. Amenities include workout facilities, a drawing room with drafting desk, a darkroom, piano and computer labs.
Built in 1964 for $1.77 million, the residence hall is named after Washington Marlatt. Marlatt was a minister and early settler in Manhattan who also served as administrator of Bluemont College, the forerunner to K-State.