Walton Hall

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Walton Hall

Located in the center of campus near the Student Recreation Center and Hayward Field, Walton Hall has lounges and an outdoor lawn which is a favorite hangout spot for students who live in the Walton and neighboring communities. Walton’s location makes it easy to grab food, get to classes quickly, or grab a nap between classes.

Photo of student using the resource center to create poster.
Amenities

All utilities paid
Basketball court
Laundry in building
Pac-12 Now
ResNet services
Secured bike cages
Study and lounge spaces
Wi-Fi in all rooms
24/7 on-call staff


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Room Types
Single (Limited Availability)
Small Single (Limited Availability)


Beds: twin extra long 36" × 80"


Academic Support in Walton Hall

Randy Sullivan

Chemistry professor Randy Sullivan is the faculty fellow for Walton Hall. Sometimes he puts on fun chemistry presentations in Walton. He also helps organize study groups and is available to help with homework or just chat about how your year is going.

Photo of Randy Sullivan and Students looking at model of chemical chain.


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Kris Katkus

Kris Katkus is the advising fellow for Walton Hall. Advising fellows can help with questions about class schedules, when to drop or withdraw from a class, how to plan to study abroad, and how to graduate on time. There are also PathwayOregon advisors that visit the hall throughout the year. 

Walton Hall Location

Physical Address
1595 E. 15th Ave
Eugene, Oregon

Mailing Address
Student’s full name
65### or 66###
1475 East 15th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97403-1485

Service Center

Located at the Living Learning Center. Go here for mail and packages; a key if you’re locked out; movie, game, and equipment checkout.

Phone 541-346-4217

Daily: 7:00 a.m.–midnight while classes are in session

 

Renovation and Construction

There will be renovations at Hayward Field near Walton Hall during the 2018–19 academic year. There will be construction noise and increased vehicle traffic. Contractors are asked to be mindful of student schedules and noise levels.