Murray State University will show multiple design options and ask for input on the restoration of J.H. Richmond Residential Hall on April 4.
Facilities Management and architectural firm Luckett and Farley staff will be available to discuss options throughout the afternoon event.
Attendees can also complete a survey to share their thoughts and ideas. The event is from noon to four in the Curris Center Stables.
Richmond Hall was destroyed in a gas-leak explosion last summer.
The Board of Regents voted earlier this month to proceed with a plan to restore the existing structure through insurance and approved an additional two million dollars from housing reserves for potential enhancements.