Walter Hall

Walter Hall was originally a women's residence hall, named for the only daughter of Harvey Scott, Pacific University's first graduate. Today, Walter is a co-ed residence hall for students that are generally 18 years old and older prior to the start of the Fall term. It has single and double rooms, a community kitchen and lounges, and laundry facilities.

Walter Hall

Walter Hall is Pacific's largest residence hall and home to over 240 coed residents. Walter is made of singles, and doubles, with gender specific restrooms on each floor. This residence hall houses students that are generally 18 years old and older prior to the start of the Fall term.

Learn more about Walter Hall in the following sections:

Unit Furnishings | Amenities | Staffing and Safety

Explore in 360° Photos | Main Floor Lounge | Double room | Double room

Unit Furnishings

  • extra long twin beds
  • desk with desk chair
  • stackable drawers
  • dressers

Sample Double Room Layout

Not to scale.



  • Main floor lounge with a wireless internet, laptop work station, pool table, cable TV, ping-pong, foosball, vending machines, and comfortable leather couches
  • Community study lounge
  • Laundry room (machines are free)
  • Community kitchen with supplies available for checkout
  • Games, movies, and cleaning supplies available for checkout
  • Keyless entry into 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.

Staffing and Safety

  • Walter 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
  • Walter 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

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