Annie Boyd Hall is the best of old meeting new. When Annie Boyd Hall was completely renovated in 2012, the building was designed to look and feel like a brand new residence hall, while preserving the beauty and charm of the original building. You’ll note the building’s original fireplace remains in the lobby, but it is surrounded by modern furniture and amenities to meet the needs and expectations of a 21st century college student.
As a traditional hall, Annie Boyd Hall is open to all majors and all years of students. Because of the unique room set up, location, and suite-style bathrooms, the building is popular with upperclassmen, although first-year students are welcome to live in the building too. Because of its small size, Annie Boyd provides a close community atmosphere.
From the outdoor porch used for relaxing to the lobby computer lab used for class projects and the hall’s small group study rooms, Annie Boyd has everything for students. Not to mention it’s convenient location to the Student Union, The 459 Commons dining hall, Barnes & Noble bookstore, and the Union Square Parking Garage make it in the heart of campus.
- Co-ed res hall with 111 beds
- Floors are either all male or all female floors with restricted card access
- Two-student rooms with suite-style bathrooms
- Sink in each room
- Loftable style of beds, two-part desks, chairs, chest of drawers, and moveable wardrobes included in room
- Loftable beds can be adjusted in height with up to 57″ between floor & bed frame
- Central heating & cooling with individual room controls
- Wireless connectivity throughout community include in rent, as is wired internet connection and cable TV in rooms
- Blinds on windows
- 24-hour front desk located in Evangeline Hall lobby
- Full kitchen with ice machine and vending options open 24/7 for residents
- New study rooms and break areas throughout building for residents
- Outdoor patio
- Coin and Tiger Card operated laundry
- Computer lab
- ADA accessible and ADA rooms available
- Located on the east side of campus
- Near the LSU Student Union, Barnes & Noble bookstore and parking garage, The 459 Commons, the Women’s Center and African-American Cultural Center, and the University Recreation Center
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- Res Hall Map
- Rent Rates
- Room Layout
- Floor Plans
- Video Tour of Annie Boyd Hall
- 360° View of Room
Each building/community on campus has a built-in support system for you. A residence life coordinator (RLC) is a master’s level professional who lives and works in your community. The RLC supervises a graduate resident director (GRD), a grad student who also lives and works in the hall. These two people lead the team of resident assistants (RA) who live on each floor and help you adjust to life on campus, get connected to resources, and host educational and fun programs. Here are your geaux-to people in Annie Boyd Hall:
Chad Jerkins, Residence Life Coordinator
Loryn Taylor, Graduate Residence Director
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