Part of the North Campus Housing Complex, Gaillardia Hall is home to 306 residents and is centrally located near the Lyndon B. Johnson Student Center. A "gaillardia" is a maroon and gold, native Texas wildflower that the university has adopted as its official school flower.
Gaillardia Hall is supports our continued “green” initiatives and has received GOLD LEED certification by the United States Green Building Council.
The hall provides double- and single-occupancy rooms sharing community-style bathrooms; each bathroom accommodates nine residents. In addition, each floor feature study and lounge spaces. A two-story community building (shared with neighboring Chautauqua Hall, provides a central entrance point and offers a 24-hour reception desk, meeting rooms and study lounges, as well as gathering spaces for recreation and social events.
|Hall Details and Amenities||Room Furnishings|
|coed hall housing 306 students||classrooms||ethernet connections|
|six floors||conference/multi-purpose room||dressers (1-2)|
|air conditioned||landscaped courtyard||desks (1-2)|
|elevators||two laundry rooms||chairs (1-2)|
|single and double occupancy rooms||vending machines||night stands (1-2)|
|24-hour visitation||two lounge areas per floor||walk-in closets|
|Gaillardia floor plan||handicapped accessible||large windows|
|break housing available for an additional fee||full size kitchen available in the community building||XL twin beds|
|sink and microwave available in each lounge||16X14.5 (including a 6X5 walk-in closet)|
|window size: 72X60|
|lofting kit provided (lofting instructions)|
*Due to the uniqueness of all of our residence hall rooms, the sample dimensions given are not uniform for every room. Room sizes and layouts may vary.