University Housing works with many partners on campus and beyond to bring to life Adohi Hall.

We hope this project on the south end of campus will showcase how residential life and academic achievement can come together in a creative and innovative living and learning environment.

This project showcases advanced timber techniques like cross-laminated timber (CLT) that could be a boon to the state’s timber industry.

Project Fast Facts

  • $79 million approximate project cost
  • $64 million approximate construction cost
  • Resident rates are  comparable to Maple Hill Residence Halls
  • Opening Fall 2019
  • Open to all students

Campus Partners

Facilities Management

Facilities Management provides stewardship of the University’s physical assets in support of the institution’s primary mission of teaching, research and outreach excellence. We are committed to providing quality planning, maintenance services and construction at competitive prices in a timely, professional and safe manner.

Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design

The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design is a professional design school providing excellence in teaching, research and service within a vibrant intellectual community that generates an energy and passion for great design, while nurturing the talent, intellectual agility, optimism and resourcefulness our students need to develop into the leaders in their respective design disciplines and in their communities.

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J. William Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences

The J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences consists of 19 academic departments, the College offers degrees in the fine arts, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. Several departments and the Dean’s Office are in Old Main, home to Fulbright college and for many, the most beloved symbol of higher education in Arkansas.

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Division of Student Affairs

The University of Arkansas Division of Student Affairs engages students to develop their strengths, inspiring leadership for a global society. University Housing is part of the Division of Student Affairs.

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Other Partners

Leers Weinzapfel Associates

Leers Weinzapfel Associates work lies at the intersection of architecture, urban design and infrastructure. Recognized for its inventiveness in dramatically complex commissions, it meets these challenges with uncommon design clarity, elegance and refinement. Widely recognized with over 90 national and regional awards, the firm’s work has been published worldwide and exhibited nationwide.

Mackey Mitchell Architects

Mackey Mitchell Architects is committed to designing places that are engaging, sustainable and appropriate to their surroundings. With our focus on higher education work, Mackey Mitchell Architects is passionately dedicated to creating successful campus communities where students will thrive.

Modus Studio

Modus Studio is rooted in Northwest Arkansas and champions architecture as a means of navigating the threshold between the natural and manmade world. Based in a thinking/making philosophy, modus studio bridges the worlds of design and fabrication with modus shop, providing the ability to build the things they believe in, to the level of craft they seek.

Nabholz Construction

Nabholz Construction was founded as a small construction company in 1949, but is now a team of more than 900 industry-leading professionals working together to serve our clients, communities, and each other. Through the decades, we’ve grown into a national multi-service contractor offering a full range of construction, industrial, civil and environmental services.



OLIN is a professional studio of more than 70 landscape architects, planners and urban designers. From offices in Philadelphia and Los Angeles, the firm creates distinguished landscapes and urban designs worldwide. OLIN’s work is predicated upon social engagement, craft, environmental responsibility and timelessness, underscored by a profound appreciation for the unique complexities of the urban realm.