About Dixon Lodge


Dixon Lodge has a large kitchen and adjacent dining room on the first floor. Dixon Lodge residents have access to the kitchen and dining room 24/7. The kitchen contains a refrigerator, stoves, microwave and sink for resident use.  Cooking equipment is available for checkout.

Lounges & Meeting Space

The lounge in Dixon Lodge also serves as the Clubhouse for the Joan and Tom Skoro Recovery Living Community, which holds regular meetings and social events on-site. The Clubhouse is equipped with games, cable TV, and space to relax and socialize. The first floor of Dixon also houses a meeting space as well as computers for resident use.

Bathrooms in Dixon Lodge

  • two single-user gender-inclusive restrooms (toilet and sink only)
  • one multi-user women's bathroom
  • one multi-user men's bathroom
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Collegiate Recovery Community

Dixon Lodge is the home of Oregon State University's recovery living community, a partnership with the school's Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC).

This community provides holistic, recovery-specific support to the students who live there. The community includes single- and dual-occupancy rooms, a community kitchen for residents, and a dynamic programming space.

In an effort to make living in the on-campus recovery community affordable and accessible, significant funds have been allocated towards providing housing and dining scholarships to those who live in this new community.

Hall Staff

Professional Staff: Each hall has a professional staff member who lives on campus, supervises student staff members, and is available to meet with students one-on-one for guidance and support.

Student Staff: A team of student staff members lives in Dixon Lodge to assist residents.


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