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Proudly standing as a LEED Gold Certified building, Eagle Hall is different from our other on-campus housing options. It is divided into two residence halls: Eagle Gray and Eagle Maroon. Each hall has about 350 students and is designed as a semi-suite style building. You share a room with two roommates and an adjoining bathroom with another room. Eagle Hall has a combination of upperclass, first year, and international students on floors mixed by gender.

Eagle Hall is located right next to Whitney Dining Center and the Recreational Eagle Center. It is in a great location on the northwest side of campus on La Crosse Street. Anything you need is only a short walk away. It also has the best view on campus.

Residents interested in Gender Inclusive Housing (GIH) can indicate that they would like to live in an Eagle suite.  Learn more about GIH here.

Eagle Hall rooms are extended housing. The rooms accommodate three students due to the demand for on-campus living. Students who live in an Eagle room with two other people have their normal room rate reduced. If an Eagle room has only 2 people in it, the housing rate will be adjusted. This will be prorated based on the date of the occupancy change. Check here for specific room rates.

 

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Fast facts
Mailing Address:
Room #, Letter,
Eagle Hall 
1500 La Crosse Street 
La Crosse, WI 54601
Eagle Hall Front Desk:
608.789.2700
Eagle Hall Directors: 
608.785.8082 (Gray) 
608.785.8089 (Maroon)
Who named Eagle Hall?

While Eagle Hall is not named after any person associated with UWL, the naming rights were given to those who we hold in the highest respect:

YOU!

 students

The class of 2010 voted on the name of our newest hall on campus, and thus, Eagle Grey and Eagle Maroon were born!

Hall amenities

Eagle Suite

Room style

  • Suite style
  • 2 three-person rooms with a common bathroom
Traditional Double

Roommates per room

  • 3 roommates in room
  • 6 roommates per bathroom
 

Room dimensions

  • 27'6" long x 12'3" wide x 10'6" tall
 

Furniture/Appliances provided

  • 3 Beds and mattresses, 2 lofted (6'8" long x 2'9" wide)
    *Homemade frames not allowed
  • 3 Desks (1'11" deep x 3'8" wide x 2'5" tall)
  • 3 Desk chairs
  • 2 Bookshelves (1'2" deep x 2'11" wide x 2'5" tall)
  • 3 Dressers (1' 11.5" deep x 2'11" wide x 2'5" tall)
  • 2 Large closets (2'3" deep x 6'3" wide x 7'6" tall)
  • Refrigerator (shared) (1'6" deep x 1'7" wide x 2'10" tall)
  • Trash and recycling bins
 

Other Building Amenities

Airconditioning

  • Yes (thermostats in each room)
 

Bathrooms

  • 1 toilet
  • 2 sinks
  • 1 shower
  • 1 large mirror
 

Bathroom cleaning

  • Bi-weekly cleaning service provided at no additional cost
 

Cable television

  • Outlets and Services Provided
 

Carpet

  • Fully carpeted room, tile in bathroom
 

Computer lab

  • Yes
 

Elevators

  • Yes
 

Internet

  • Wireless and ports
 

Kitchens

  • 1 full kitchen per floor
 

Laundry facilities

  • Laundry room located on first floor, Campus Cash only!
You can add Campus Cash at the card office or on their website at: Eagle ID card

Lounges

  • Common area on first floor
  • 2 study rooms per floor
  • Classrooms
 

Beds

  • Each room provides beds for students
  • Beds are loftable or bunk-able (see video)
  • Mattresses are extra Long (80" long x 36" wide)
  • no linens are provided

Outdoors

  • Located near Volleyball court
  • Located near Basketball court
 
Outdoor Recreation Community

Go beyond your limits!

Do you have a passion for the outdoors? Does living a life of adventure sound interesting? If so, you should consider applying to live in the Outdoor Recreation Community in Eagle Hall.

The Outdoor Recreation Community (ORC) is designed for students who have a passion and an interest for outdoor activities and the environment. They must be willing to be challenged, have a desire to gain skills outside of the classroom, participate in extra-curricular activities and events relating to the outdoors. No previous experience is required - just a willingness to participate, learn, and have fun! Residents of this community will pay a $400 non-refundable fee to cover the cost of the extensive programming provided through the Outdoor Recreation Community.

Types of activities community members participate in:

  1. Backpacking
  2. Stand Up Paddleboarding
  3. Kayaking
  4. Canoeing
  5. Camping
  6. Biking
  7. Caving (Spelunking)
  8. Climbing
  9. and much more

As a member of this active and unique community you can expect to:

  • Live in an environment and community for students who share an interest in the outdoors and in leadership
  • Experience programs and opportunities that will allow you to refine your leadership skills, explore career opportunities in outdoor recreation and be part of an active and supportive community
  • Help develop a community that is passionate about the outdoors and the environment

If you have an interest in living in a community like this, please contact Rachel Ross (rross@uwlax.edu).‚Äč