Carson Hall

Photo of Carson Residence Hall

Carson Hall

You can’t get any closer to the heart of campus than Carson Hall. With five stories and a central location, Carson residents enjoy great views, large windows, and a short walk to anywhere on campus. Carson has multi-gendered floors with single-gendered wings, great study nooks, and large community lounge spaces for events.

Photo of student using Carson study lounge

All utilities paid
Laundry in building
Sand volleyball court
Classroom space
Covered bike racks
ResNet services
Study and lounge spaces
Wi-Fi in all rooms
24/7 on-call staff

Photo of students living in Carson Hall reading.
Room Types
Single with Sink (Limited Availability)
Large Double with Sink (Limited Availability)
Single with Bath (Limited Availability)
Triple with Sink (Limited Availability)

Beds: twin regular 36" × 75"
Size: 113–226 ft2, varies by room type

Academic Support in Carson Hall

Carson Hall is home to peer advising in the residence halls. Peer advisors are undergraduate students who are highly trained in academic advising. You can drop in at the peer advising table that is set up outside Carson Dining at different times throughout the year to ask questions about class schedules, when to drop or withdraw from a class, how to plan to study abroad, how to graduate on time, and more.


Avinash Singh Bala

Avinash Singh Bala is the faculty fellow for Carson Hall. This means he will be available to answer questions and will be involved in events in your hall. Singh Bala is a research associate with the Institute of Neuroscience.

Meet Avinash Singh Bala

Carson dining
Carson Dining

At the heart of campus, Carson Dining is a go-to for all-you-care-to-eat meals—brunch, lunch, and dinner—featuring hearth-oven pizza.

Carson Dining Menu

Carson Hall Location

Physical Address
1450 E 13th Ave
Eugene, Oregon

Mailing Address
Student’s full name
60### or 61###
1410 Agate Street
Eugene, OR 97403

Service Center

Located at the New Residence Hall. Go here for mail and packages and a key if you’re locked out.

Phone: 541-346-5266

Hours of operation


Renovation and Construction

There will be construction noise and vehicle traffic at the new residence halls construction site for phase two of the Hamilton Walton Transformation Project. Expect noisy work activities from the Huestis Hall renovation, including vacuum excavation, sidewalk demo, dirt and rock excavation.

Contractors have been asked to be mindful of student schedules and noise levels.