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Gordon Hall

The Mesa Neighborhood

Gordon Hall is home to the Women’s Residential Learning Community. Located across the street from Cassidy Hall, where students have easy access to the Student Health Center and Counseling Center. Gordon Hall is home to a cozy community of Bears in comfy, one- or two-person rooms with gender-specific community bathrooms. Located on Central Campus, Gordon Hall is only a short bike ride or walk to Central Campus academic buildings and the Tobey-Kendel Dining Hall.

Reflecting a Dutch-Colonial style of architecture, Gordon Hall was built in 1921 along with Belford and Decker Halls. Gordon Hall offers historic charm and beautifully updated traditional-style living accommodations. Gordon Hall and many of the residence halls in the Mesa Neighborhood are part of the University of Northern Colorado Central Campus Residential District, a registered state historic district.

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Gordon Hall

Gordon Hall Features

  • Secured EntranceWIFI Internet AccessWired Internet AccessAir ConditioningCommunity BathroomsCommunity KitchenTV Lounge

  • Laundry FacilitiesGame Room AccessStudent LoungeMusic Room Access 

    • Study LoungeConference Room AccessCommunity Patio
  • Gordon Hall Amenities

    • Bed and Mattresses

      Each room has an adjustable-height twin (regular) bed for each resident. The bed has a dual-firmness twin (regular) mattress (firm or extra firm, depending on which side is up). The beds are approximately 80.5" long by 41" wide and 37" high.

      Some rooms in Gordon Hall may have the beds bunked upon move-in to help students maximize the space. Residents can choose to bunk or un-bunk their bed.

      The beds are resident adjustable with three (3) settings. Beds are generally set to the middle height to accommodate both storage under the bed and ease of use.

      Under-Bed Clearances

      Low bed setting/bunked bed

      Middle bed setting

      High bed setting

      8" clearance from floor to bottom of bed

      21" clearance from floor to bottom of bed

      31" clearance from floor to bottom of bed

    • Desk and Chair

      Each room has a desk and a two-position desk chair for each resident. The desks are approximately 42" wide by 24" deep and 30" high.

    • Clothes Storage

      Each room has a closet for each resident and a shared dresser. Closet sizes vary by room.

      Dresser Sizes

      Double rooms

      Single rooms

      The dressers in double rooms are approximately 36" wide by 24" deep and 50.5" high and have four (4) small drawers and four (4) large drawers.

      The dressers in single rooms are approximately 24" wide by 24" deep and 50.5" high and have four (4) small drawers and four (4) large drawers.

    • Other Storage

      The closets in each room should allow for storage of clothing, as well as other items like boxes, books, athletic gear, etc.

    • Flooring

      Rooms in Gordon Hall are carpeted.

    • Windows/Window Coverings

      Most rooms in Gordon Hall have either double-hung windows or casement windows that can be opened by residents. Most windows will have fire-retardant drapery to help block out the light as needed.

    • Sink/Vanity

      Most rooms in Gordon Hall have a mirror; full bathroom facilities are located on each floor with resident rooms.

    • Appliances

      Rooms in Gordon Hall do not come with a refrigerator or microwave. Residents should coordinate bringing these appliances with their roommate(s). Our What To Bring and Housing and Residential Education Handbook detail size and power limitations for microwaves and refrigerators. Please consider renting a combined microwave-refrigerator unit through the Residence Hall Association

Residential Learning Communities

UNC’s Women’s community is for women-identified students who are looking to live in community with other women. Whatever your reason, this community offers a space for women to live only with other women.  Create long-lasting relationships in the Women’s Community!

  • A support network of women
  • Share experiences as women
  • Explore women’s issues
  • Intentional, women-centered programming

For Students

Room and Board Rates