Bean Hall

Photo of Bean Residence Hall

Bean Hall

Located on the east side of campus near Matthew Knight Arena, Bean offers the easiest commute to concerts and sporting events. It is also located across from the Global Scholars Hall, providing easy access to dining. Bean Hall has newly renovated community spaces and room finishes, and it houses several Academic Residential Communities.

Bean Hall Renovations

Students living in Bean Hall in Fall 2018 will be in an entirely renovated facility featuring community study spaces, two community kitchens, two elevators, and renovated community lounges. The sinks, toilets, and showers are in individual restroom spaces that provide convenience and privacy. All student rooms feature new floors, wall and ceiling finishes, modular furniture, and a new energy efficient heating and lighting system.

As part of the renovation, the new Bean Hall commons area features generous studying and social spaces, as well as faculty offices and classrooms to support the academic mission of the university. In one of the faculty offices, you will find Bean Hall’s faculty fellow, David McCormick, professor of biology and director of the Institute of Neuroscience. 

Rendering of common area in remodeled Bean Hall
Amenities

All utilities paid
Courtyard
Covered bike racks
Laundry in building
Elevators
Faculty offices and classrooms
Pac-12 Now
ResNet services
Study and lounge spaces
TV and recreation room
Wi-Fi in all rooms
24/7 on-call staff
Two community kitchens


Room Types


Beds: twin extra long 36" × 80"

Bean Hall Communities

Health Sciences, Environmental Leaders, and Clark Honors College Academic Residential Communities live in Bean Hall. Honors college students may select the neighboring Global Scholars Hall or Bean Hall on their housing application. Honors College students may choose to be part of the Health Sciences community and also take part in Honors College academic community events.

 

Academic Support in Bean Hall

David McCormick

Faculty fellows are part of your hall community.  They have informal interactions with students that can include giving advice, helping with homework, and mentoring students in their hall. 

David McCormick, professor of biology and director of the Institute of Neuroscience is one of the faculty fellows in Bean Hall. There are also academic advisors and PathwayOregon advisors that visit the hall throughout the year.


Lanch McCormick

Lanch McCormick, Bean Hall faculty fellow, is the director of student engagement for the Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement. She dedicates her time to supporting students and their involvement in developing new knowledge and creative works across all disciplines.

Meet Lanch McCormick


Photo of Dulce Castro Dulce Castro
Academic Advising Fellow
Photo of Jessa Heath Jessa Heath
PathwayOregon Advisor
Photo of Kris Katkus Kris Katkus
Academic Advising Fellow
Paige Jackson Paige Jackson
Peer Advising Coordinator
Rachel Bash Rachel Bash
PathwayOregon Advisor
Rebecca Hodges Rebecca Hodges
Academic Advising Fellow

 

Bean Hall Location

Physical Address
1695 East 15th Avenue
Eugene, Oregon

Mailing Address
Student’s full name
60### or 61###
1365 Agate Street
Eugene, OR 97403-5301

Service Center

Located in Hamilton Hall. Go here for mail and packages; a key if you’re locked out; movie, game, and equipment checkout.

Phone: 541-346-5266

Monday–Friday: 8:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m. 
Saturday–Sunday: Noon–10:00 p.m.

 

Renovation and Construction

There will be construction noise and increased vehicle traffic. Contractors have been asked to be mindful of student schedules and noise levels.

A fully renovated Bean West will open for the 2018–19 academic year. Bean East will be closed for renovation for the 2018–19 academic year. 

There will be renovations at Hayward Field near Bean Hall during the 2018–19 academic year.