Owen Hall

Owen Hall

Owen Hall is a part of the District of Tradition Neighborhood

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Welcome to Owen Hall! One of the University’s first residence halls, Owen Hall was named for Richard Owen, who was the first president of Purdue University. Now, Owen Hall is home to various Living Learning Communities in which residents can find a supportive academic and personal network. With a close proximity to dining courts, the CoRec, and the north side of academic campus, Owen Hall provides residents a way to stay connected to all aspects of life at Purdue.

The Hussar Club

Hussar Club is the hall club and form of student government for residents of Owen Hall. All Owen residents are automatically members of Hussar Club, but residents can become more involved by running for an executive board position or applying to be a floor senator. Hussar Club also provides an opportunity for residents to develop leadership skills and coordinate large-scale event planning. Some examples of programming and leadership opportunities include participation in Jay Severson Student Leadership Retreat, Grand Prix Weekend events, and Finals Midnight Pancakes.

Take a moment and look at what Owen Hall has to offer. Don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions – we are here to help you be the best student that you can be!