Walton Hall 2018-02-14T14:14:09+00:00


About the Namesake

Walton Hall is named after Dr. Thomas Otto Walton and was constructed in 1931. Dr. Walton was president of Texas A&M College for 17 years – the longest period for any president.

During Dr. Walton’s tenure, the college grew from 2,084 students to over 6,500. Also during his administration, the University endowment was established and the college was recognized by the Association of American Universities.

Ramp Hall

  • Double Room
  • $2,840semester
  • Single Room

Quick Reference

Building AbbreviationWALTBuilding Capacity310
Building Number0422Built In1931
Residential AreaNorthside
Renovated In2015
Hall StyleRamp HallGenderSingle Gender by Suite
Room TypeDouble RoomsLiving Learning ProgramFACTION:
Freshmen in Action


Get a feel for all that Walton Hall has to offer by scrolling through the photo gallery. If you prefer, check it for yourself and join us for a tour.


Physical Address:
166 Houston Street, College Station, TX 77840

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Fully furnished rooms

Designed for community

Academically-oriented environment

Convenient location

Worry-free features

  • Professional, on-site maintenance
  • 24-hour, on-call staff
  • Card-controlled access
  • Security officer
  • Roommate matching available
  • Bike racks nearby