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Conference Program

Kamola Hall and the Kamola Suite

Kamola Hall was named in honor of the daughter of the Kittitas Native American Chief Owhi. Properly spelled ‘Quo-mallah,’ she was said to be the favorite daughter of Chief Owhi and was known and respected throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Kamola Hall, our oldest residence hall, is conveniently located on University Way at the South end of campus.

The Kamola Suite is an apartment-style suite with a full kitchen, living and dining room, bedroom with two queen-size beds, and an ADA accessible bathroom. This suite originally housed the "House Mother" when Kamola was originally built, and is full of history.

Please contact us at (509) 963-1141 or via email at for more information regarding this suite.

CWU Department Billing Kamola Suite Lodging Reservation

            Click here for email request template

*Please note: To qualify for on-campus lodging through the Conference Program, you must be conducting business on campus, be a prospective student visiting campus, a current student who needs temporary housing, or a visiting family member of a current student. For questions on this CWU Policy, please contact the Conference Program Office.

To book a large group, please fill out the Information Request Form, call (509) 963-1153, or click to e-mail Rachel Crimp, Conference Program Manager.

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