Gibson Hall began as Razorback Hall. It was later dedicated in the memory of James Gibson, a past director for University Housing. Gibson Hall's original hardwood flooring was restored during the summer of 2015.
There is a large T.V. lounge and kitchenette in the second floor lounge and quiet study on the third floor. The hall is located near the center of campus next to the Greek Theater.
Gibson Hall is open only to female University of Arkansas students.
Hall visiting hours are 8 a.m. to 2 a.m., Sunday through Thursday, and 24 hours a day during Friday and Saturday.
This hall is open to students even during winter and spring breaks.
Rates by Semester
1050 W. Dickson St.
Fayetteville, AR 72701-4010
301 N. Garland Ave.
Gregson Hall handles packages for Gibson Hall. Mail is received at Gibson Hall.
- High speed internet through ResNet
- Washer and dryer in building
- Mental health services
- Kitchen with cooking equipment (available from the front desk)
- Fire alarm and sprinkler system
- Common spaces available for studying or socializing
- Room for 98 students
- Female-only resident hall
- Sink in room
- Ceiling fans
- Movable furniture