Located on the east side of campus, Global Scholars Hall has multi-gendered floors and houses a learning commons and a live-in faculty member. The main level of this building features classroom spaces, a demonstration kitchen, music practice rooms, study areas, and a dining area.
The Robert D. Clark Honors College and the Global Engagement Academic Residential Community benefit from the use of the classrooms, the great room, and the study spaces in Global Scholars Hall. The Global Engagement program uses the test kitchen to showcase foods from the cultures and languages featured in the communities (Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish).
Academic Support in Global Scholars Hall
At Global Scholars Hall students can interact with the faculty in residence member who lives in the building, learn about research from the Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement faculty who have an office in the building, and connect with academic advisor Jessa Heath.
Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement (CURE)
If you want to get involved in research—even as early as your first year on campus—stop by the CURE advising office located in the Global Scholars Hall commons area. Drop-in advising on undergraduate research opportunities and distinguished scholarships is available Monday–Thursday 4:00–6:00 p.m. Stop by and get to know Josh Snodgrass, Lanch McCormick, and Karl Reasoner.
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Global Scholars Hall Location
1710 E 15th Ave
Student’s full name
63### or 64###
1710 East 15th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97403+2264
Located in the lobby on the first floor of Global Scholars Hall. Go here for mail and packages and a key if you’re locked out.
Noon–9:00 p.m. Monday–Friday
Noon–7:00 p.m. Saturday–Sunday
Construction in the Neighborhood
There will be construction noise and vehicle traffic at the new residence hall site northwest of Global Scholars Hall. Contractors have been asked to be mindful of student schedules and noise levels.