New Residence Hall
This new residence hall will have common spaces dedicated to the academic life of UO students, including classrooms, faculty meeting spaces, study areas, a living space for the faculty member in residence, and dedicated spaces for Academic Residential Communities. There will also be a community kitchen, the PNW Public Market–with nine unique dining venues–and the Duck’s House restaurant.
This is phase one of the Hamilton and Walton Hall Transformation Project is underway. This affirms University Housing’s commitment to creating dynamic living and learning spaces. Learn more about the project and construction updates.
Student residences will be on the third through seventh floors. Room types include doubles, large triples, and a limited amount of singles. Every room will have a bathroom.
Beds: twin extra long 36" × 80"
The new residence hall will be home to two new Academic Residential Communities (ARCs) and two new Residential Communities. There will be vibrant communal space on the mezzanine level that is designed to support residential student academic and social success. This space will serve a variety of needs, including study spaces, ARC teaching and social spaces, and faculty offices. The new building will continue to provide an environment dedicated to blending the living and learning experience.
The first floor will be home to the university's prospective student welcome center, designed to showcase the very best the University of Oregon has to offer its incoming Ducks. This center will have display spaces, model residence hall rooms, meeting spaces, and a large presentation room. It will also be headquarters for tour guides and a starting point for campus tours.
The PNW Market will be a wonderful mix of delicious, local, and chef-driven food venues on the ground floor. It will provide campus with nine distinct dining venues with a mix of dine-in and take-out food options.
The Duck’s House will be a public restaurant that celebrates the traditions, spirit, and energy of UO sports—honoring past UO athletic traditions and building new ones.