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Halsell Hall is set aside for students who are in their second year or beyond, and offers apartment-style suites.
Take a 360 video tour of a bedroom within the Halsell suites.
Tebeau Hall is Oregon State University's newest residence hall, and has spacious lounges and kitchens throughout the building.
Take a 360 video tour of a bedroom within the Tebeau Hall suites.
Beginning in Fall 2017, Cauthorn Hall's first floor will be dedicated to second year and above students.
Take a 360 video tour of a Cauthorn Hall double room.
The entire first floor of Hawley & Buxton halls is a community dedicated to second-year and above engineering students.
Take a 360 video tour of a sample Buxton Hall triple room.
For 2018, a community of returning students who wish to live in the International Living-Learning Center will be grouped together in a wing of the fourth floor.
Take a 360 video tour of an ILLC double room.
Returning students looking for a health or science cohort can join the community of second-year and above students in McNary Hall.
Take a 360 video tour of a McNary Hall double room.
Bloss Hall offers suite-style doubles, where two rooms share a semi-private bathroom between the rooms.
Check out a 360 video tour of a Bloss Hall bedroom within a suite.
Beginning in Fall 2018, a newly-renovated wing of Poling Hall will be set aside for students in their second year and beyond.
Check out a 360 video tour of a Poling Hall double room.
Second year and above students receive first choice of housing location and can live in any residence hall on campus.
Check out multiple room types with all of our 360 video tours.