Harrison Hall is a part of the Legacy Lane Neighborhood
Welcome to Harrison Hall! Named after Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd President of the United States and former Purdue Trustee, Harrison Hall opened in 1966. This 800-bed residence hall features two distinct wings connected to central common areas. Each wing has eight floors with a resident assistant on each floor. Primarily doubles, each room comes with a bed, desk, desk light, towel bar and bulletin boards for each resident. Harrison has multiple common spaces including quiet study areas, a main lobby, an activity room with pool table and ping pong, a music room and lounges. Harrison is also home to the Harrison Grill.
The Cavalier Club
Cavalier Club, or Cav Club, is a student led government of Harrison Hall with the primary goal of making the resident's experience the best it can be. All Harrison Hall residents are considered members of the Cavalier Club. The club provides social and educational opportunities to residents, encourages scholastic achievement, promotes activities and fosters a spirit of unity within the residence. The purpose of the Harrison Hall Cavalier Club is to create lasting connections, develop civic-minded leaders and empower residents to become effective advocates for themselves and others. Events that Cavalier Club has put on the past include movie nights, pancake nights, bike repair day, life hacks at Purdue and bringing in puppies during exam week.
Take a moment and look at what Harrison 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!