Welcome to Gaston Hall
Gaston is home to first-year students and features double-occupancy rooms and community-style bathrooms. Every room includes a bunkable bed, wardrobe, dresser, desk, and desk chair per person. Connect with other students through hall events or hanging out in the building lobby. The lobby is equipped with a TV for movie nights and a full kitchen. This building houses 56 residents. Located on Boulevard, Gaston is approximately a 5-7 minute walk from the center of campus. There is a Trojan Transit stop conveniently located in the well-lit parking lot directly behind the Boulevard buildings. This parking lot is for upperclassmen residents only.
Contact the Residence Life Office
2nd floor of Student Center | Campus Map
Daily from 8:30am – 4:30pm
Houses primarily first-year students and features double-occupancy rooms and community-style bathrooms. There are 56 residents in this building.
11′ x 16′; ceiling height varies by floor
Cable TV, wireless internet, on-site parking for upperclassmen residents
Loft-/bunk-able bed (80W x 36D x 36H), extra-long twin mattress, wardrobe, dresser (30W x 20D x 30H), desk (42W x 24D x 30H), and chair (20W x 23.5D x 33H)
Community-style bathrooms on each floor with 6 showers, 6-8 bathroom stalls, 6-8 sinks per bathroom
Laundry facilities on first floor of each building
Extra-large lobby in Clamp Hall available for use for all Boulevard residents featuring two TVs, a ping pong table, an air hockey table, a full kitchen, and ample seating for meetings and events. Smaller lobbies in Gaston, Royce with TVs, seating, and full kitchens
One live-in Residence Director and student Senior Resident Advisor for the Boulevard buildings, and one student Resident Advisor per floor
Full time, professional live-in staff oversee each residential living area and are responsible for promoting and maintaining a safe and robust living learning community in the residence halls.
Student Resident Advisors live in every residence hall and serve as a resource and support for students. RA’s intentionally get to know residents, host floor events, and assist in connecting residents to resources around campus.