East Hall is a warm and inviting home to upperclass students who wish to live in a responsible living environment. East Hall, is one of two (Tuve Hall being the other) responsible living residence halls at Augustana, in which students are given the freedom to discuss and implement their own policies regarding quiet hours and intervisitation.
East Hall is a quiet and relaxed atmosphere, creating an environment conducive to both study and socialization. East is a unique building full of character, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1905, when it was originally named Ladies Hall, and renovated in 1980, when it became known as East Hall. The front of the building features a large old-fashioned porch with a swing and lounge chairs. When you walk into the building you are greeted with a spacious lobby and a comforting atmosphere. East Hall also has a kitchen, computer lab, laundry facilities, several lounge areas, and a game room. One of the most unique aspects of East Hall can be found in each of its 49 rooms. No two rooms are alike in size or layout. The top floor features vaulted ceilings in select rooms and the second floor offers connected student rooms, providing for a more suite-styled feel than a traditional residence hall room. Each room is also wired for data and cable connections.
Enjoy your stay in East Hall!
Each room in East Hall has different dimensions. For more information about East Hall, please contact the Housing Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 605.274.5215.
East is staffed by 3 peer advisors (PAs) and one graduate assistant hall director. While you can usually find staff in the hall throughout most any day, designated PAs are required to be in the building and accessible to students every night after 7 pm. Staff can also be reached by calling the East Hall on-call phone at 605.310.3049.