Traditional housing options simply mean the residence hall is not tied to a specific academic theme and is open to all first-year students, regardless of major.
Located in the heart of campus, Acadian Hall features two-student rooms and community-style bathrooms. Most rooms have sinks in them, and students love the large courtyard and walk-in closets.
As a traditional hall completely renovated in 2012, Annie Boyd Hall is a popular option for students desiring a suite-style bathroom on the east side of campus. WIth its small size, large front porch, and group study rooms, Annie Boyd Hall has everything students need for a community atmosphere.
Cedar Hall, located in the Forest Neighborhood, is the newest addition to the on-campus inventory. Opening in fall 2019, Cedar Hall will mimic Cypress and Spruce Halls' layouts and aesthetic with two-student, suite-bath style of rooms.
Herget Hall is located on Campus Lake next to Miller Hall and Greek Row, making it a popular choice for men and women interested in Greek Life at LSU. Also close to the University Recreational Center and the walking and bike trails along the University Lake, Herget Hall provides easy access to recreational activities for residents in two-student and four-student rooms with community-style bathrooms.
Kirby Smith Hall reopened for occupancy in fall 2011 after extensive improvements to the building, bedrooms, and suite bathrooms. Students enjoy the suite-style rooms and bathrooms and the proximity to The 5 dining hall, athletic venues, The Quad, and Middleton Library.
Students love the convenient location of McVoy Hall – right next to The 459 Commons dining hall with lake access and a short walk to the Student Rec Center. The two-student rooms feature a wall of closets and separate sleep and study areas.
Miller Hall is the only all-female residence hall on campus and is popular with women participating in Greek Life at LSU. Students can choose from two-student, three-student, and four-student rooms with community-style bath.
The Pentagon Community is a picturesque living area consisting of four residence halls – Beauregard Hall, Jackson Hall, LeJeune Hall, and Taylor Hall – and an activity center surrounding a grass and brick courtyard that gives residents a truly unique living experience in vertical stacks on the west side of campus.
The ROTC House is also housed in this community.
**Throughout the summer, traditional space may become available in additional halls not listed here.
U This traditional hall is available to upperclassmen. This is subject to change.