Hansen Hall is home to 300 residents consisting of sophomores and juniors. Single and double rooms are available in this hall and also includes an option for small pets. Also within Hansen Hall is Erbert and Gerbert's Sub Shop and a convenience store.
I Love Hansen Because...
"Hansen Hall has a C-Store in the building!"
- Wireless internet
- Full-size basketball court
- "The Deck" used for events and cookouts
- Erbert and Gerbert's sub shop eatery
- Convenience store
- Wild game cleaning room
- Piano room
- Newly renovated kitchen in basement
- Laundry in basement
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Transitioning to life in the halls can be difficult, but we have a number of resources to help! Check out all of the amenities we have to offer, our hall staff, and ways to get involved in your time in the halls.
History of Hansen Hall
Hansen Hall is named in honor of Dr. Neils Hansen who worked at SDSU from 1895 until 1937. He specialized in research and plant breeding and established the world’s first greenhouse for the purpose of plant breeding right here at SDSU. One little known fact about Dr. Hansen is that he wrote the words to the school song, “Yellow and Blue”.
The four story hall was built in 1967 and underwent a major refurbishing in the summers of 2003 and 2004. Hansen is located on 11th Street on the west side of campus. Hansen is located across the street from Medary Commons, where most residents in this area choose to get their meals.