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Gregson Hall


ClassificationResidence Hall

Gregson Hall, also known as Gregson Lodge, opened in 1948 and was named for William S. "Pop" Gregson. "Pop" had been associated with the university since 1918 when he visited the campus while working for the YMCA. He later became the Director of Religious Activities and served for a brief period as the acting Dean of Men for the University of Arkansas. He also served as the manager of the Student Union when it was housed in Memorial Hall. Gregson Hall is a co-ed upper division hall.

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