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Fayetteville, AR
First known as Buchanan House and Droke House, the two names were later combined to form Buchanan-Droke Hall. Buchanan House...
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Fayetteville, AR
Duncan Avenue Apartments are designated for upperclassmen housing. Students accepted for Duncan Avenue Apartments must turn 19 and have completed...
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Fayetteville, AR
Founders Hall is the newest and most centrally located Residence Hall at the University. With a capacity of 214 students,...
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Fayetteville, AR
Named for Mrs. Annie D. Futrall, the hall opened in 1963. Mrs. Futrall was the wife of former University President...
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9 Hours
Fayetteville, AR
Formerly known as Razorback Hall, Gibson was later dedicated in the memory of James Gibson, a past director for University...
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Fayetteville, AR
First known as Gladson House and Ripley House upon opening in 1954, this building was later fused to create what...
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Fayetteville, AR
Gregson Hall, also known as Gregson Lodge, opened in 1948 and was named for William S. "Pop" Gregson. "Pop" had...
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Fayetteville, AR
Holcombe Hall is home to 140 co-ed students and the Office of International Students and Scholars. Opened in 1949, the...
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139 Hours
Fayetteville, AR
Opened in 1964 as a women's dormitory, Hotz Hall was named in honor of Henry G. Hotz, who served on...
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60 Hours
Fayetteville, AR
Opened in 1961, Humphreys Hall was named for Allan Sparrow Humphreys who served as Dean of Men from 1937 until...
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Fayetteville, AR
The Northwest Quad is a multi-use suite-style facility. The complex consists of four residence halls (Gatewood Hall, NWQ-B, NWQ-C and...
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Fayetteville, AR
Named for James Edward Pomfret, the hall was opened in 1967. Mr. Pomfret served as the Vice-President for Business from...
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113 Hours
Fayetteville, AR
Dedicated in 1967, the building was named for Martha McKenzie Reid who served as the Dean of Women for 17...
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20 Hours
Fayetteville, AR
An upperclassmen residence hall, housing 152 students.
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Fayetteville, AR
Named for Judge Henry S. Yocum of El Dorado, Yocum Hall opened in 1963. Judge Yocum served as a member...
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159 Hours
Fayetteville, AR
University Housing Resident Assistants serving the Campus Communities
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Fayetteville, AR
Maple Hill South is a multi-use suite-style facility. The complex consists of a staff apartment, classrooms, conference rooms, and quiet...
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Fayetteville, AR
Maple Hill East is a multi-use suite-style facility housing approximately 345 students and staff. It consists of a residence hall...
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Fayetteville, AR
Maple Hill West is a multi-use suite-style facility. The complex consists of a staff apartment, classrooms, conference rooms, quiet study...
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Fayetteville, AR
Lead Hogs is a program for students interested in learning about leadership and involvement opportunities on campus. This program gives...
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1,978 Hours