Constructed in 1966, Clark Hall is one of the historic residence halls on the Forest Grove Campus, named for pioneer and Pacific University founder Harvey Clark. With single, double and quad rooms, along with community lounges and kitchen, Clark offers a traditional residence hall experience for students that are generally 18 years old and older prior to the start of the Fall term.
Clark Hall is a traditional residence hall with gender specific floors. Clark is made up of single, double, and quad rooms, with gender specific community restrooms. This residence hall houses students that are 18 years old and older prior to the start of the Fall term.
Learn more about Clark Hall in the following sections:
- extra long twin beds
- built-in desks with desk chairs
- built-in dressers
- built-in shelves
Sample Double Room Layout
Not to scale.
- Main floor lounge with a pool table and foosball table.
- Community study lounge.
- Laundry ("Soap Box") room (machines are free).
- Community kitchen with supplies available for checkout.
- Games, movies, pool equipment, and cleaning supplies available to check out.
- Keyless entry in building with Boxer Card.
- Ethernet connection to the University’s Local Area Network (LAN) for each room occupant. Residents can connect to the Internet using the LAN or wireless connections.
- Clark Hall is staffed by a full-time Area Coordinator (AC) and paraprofessional Resident Assistants (RA's)
- A RA is on call from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Sunday–Thursday and 24 hours-a-day on weekends and holidays
- Property patrolled by Campus Public Safety
- All exterior door entries will be controlled by card access
- Clark Hall also elects a Hall Council at the beginning of the Fall term that acts as the voice of the hall in examining policy and sets money aside for programming, games, movies, and equipment available for residents to check out