About Gregson Hall
Gregson Hall, also known as Gregson Lodge, opened in 1948 and was named for William S. "Pop" Gregson. "Pop" had been associated with the university since 1918 when he visited the campus while working for the YMCA. He later became the Director of Religious Activities and served for a brief period as the acting Dean of Men for the University of Arkansas. He also served as the manager of the Student Union when it was housed in Memorial Hall. Gregson Hall is a co-ed upper division hall.
All rooms are carpeted. The hall has a game room, a television lounge and a private study lounge and houses the University of Arkansas Enhanced Learning Center.
Gregson Hall is open only to upperclassmen.
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
- Capacity of 203 students
- Co-ed building
- Student population: Upperclassmen
- Academic Year Hall (open during breaks)
- Movable Furniture
- Not Available for Freshmen
- Wi-Fi available
- Hall Carpeting
- Hardwood floor rooms
Typical Double-Room Dimensions
- 2 Twin beds** (78" x 36" x 25")
- 2 Desks (42" x 24" x 30")
- 2 Desk chairs (23" x 21" x 33")
- 2 Bookshelves (42" x 10" x 28")
- 2 Closets (44" x 20" x 74")
- Lighted Mirror (72" W x 30" H)
- Window with blinds (81" W x 60" H)
- Unless noted, measurements are L x W x H
- Beds have wood frames and require a maintenance request to bunk or unbunk
- Bedrooms are approximately 16'2" deep and 13'2" wide