Regan Hall

A Segundo Area Complex

  • Regan Hall main lounge entrance
  • Regan Hall area entrance
  • Regan Hall viewed from the south
  • Regan Hall buildings
  • Regan Hall main study lounge
  • Regan Hall courtyard
  • Regan Hall entrance
  • Regan Hall double-occupancy bedroom

Regan Hall's Buildings

Regan Hall is a residence hall complex. It is comprised of seven residence hall buildings and a services building, Regan Main. The seven buildings are Campo, Indio, Nova, Paloma, Rienda, Sereno, and Talara. Buildings whose names end with an "o" have two floors; buildings whose names end with an "a" have three floors. Regan Main has a large central room with seating, tables, and a fireplace, and an upstairs study space that overlooks the large central room.

Building Details

Regan Hall features the following:

  • Floors: 2 and 3 floors (there are three 2-floor buildings and four 3-floor buildings)
  • Building Occupancy: about 65 students per building; about 460 students total
  • Occupancy Type(s): single- and double-occupancy rooms
    • there are a total of 7 single rooms throughout Regan Hall's 7 buildings
  • Room Configuration(s): standard configuration and quad configuration
    • standard configuration: rooms are located directly off a main interior hallway
    • quad configuration: two rooms are paired with a shared living room; there are three quads - six double-occupancy rooms - in each 3-floor building; there are no quads in 2-floor buildings
  • Room Dimensions:
    • double-occupancy: approximately 14 feet x 13 feet, 7 inches or 12 feet, 6 inches x13 feet, 8 inches
    • single-occupancy: approximately half the size of double-occupancy rooms
  • Bathrooms: there is one large single-gender bathroom on each floor of each building; bathrooms alternate by floor between women and men
    • in some circumstances, residents will need to go up or down one floor to access a bathroom if the floor on which they live does not have a bathroom for the residents' gender
  • Laundry Facilities: there is a laundry room in each building; each laundry room has 2 washing machines and 2 dryers
  • Flooring Type(s): all bedrooms are carpeted
  • Bed Type(s): all rooms have extra-long (80 inch) twin beds except quad-configured bedrooms, which have regular-length (75 inch) twin beds
  • Computer Network Connection(s): wired and wireless
  • Cable TV Connection: Coaxial and IPTV
  • Landline Telephone Availability: optional; service available through IET Communications Resources
  • Mailbox Location: Segundo Services Center

Living-Learning Communities

2016-2017:

LEED / Environmental Impact

Student Housing is reviewing the Regan Hall Complex as a potential LEED project, using the Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance rating system. The LEED green building certification program promotes a whole building sustainability approach by recognizing performance in five areas: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality. Sustainable features of Regan Hall include:

  • Energy efficient windows
  • New shade structure
  • High efficiency mechanical equipment
  • Instrumentation and controls

Mail, Mailboxes, and Care Packages

Use the following addresses to send mail and packages to Regan Hall residents.

Mailing Addresses

Campo Building

(student name)
(room #) Campo Hall
605 Regan Hall Bikeway
Davis, CA 95616

Indio Building

(student name)
(room #) Indio Hall
505 Regan Hall Circle
Davis, CA 95616

Nova Building

(student name)
(room #) Nova Hall
555 Beckett Hall Circle
Davis, CA 95616

Paloma Building

(student name)
(room #) Paloma Hall
515 Beckett Hall Circle
Davis, CA 95616

Rienda Building

(student name)
(room #) Rienda Hall
575 Beckett Hall Circle
Davis, CA 95616

Sereno Building

(student name)
(room #) Sereno Hall
525 Regan Hall Circle
Davis, CA 95616

Talara Building

(student name)
(room #) Talara Hall
535 Beckett Hall Circle
Davis, CA 95616

Items in parenthesis (above) should be customized with residents' specific information, including their names and room numbers.

There is one mailbox for each room. All of Regan Hall's mailboxes are located on the first floor of the Segundo Services Center.

Packages that do not fit in a mailbox are held at the Area Service Desk until residents can pick them up. The ASD notifies residents via email when they receive packages.

Maps, Plans and Models

Graphic: Single Occupancy 3-D room rendering

Single Occupancy

Graphic: Double Occupancy 3-D room rendering

Double Occupancy

Graphic: Double Occupancy quad configuration 3-D room rendering

Double Occupancy (Quad Config)

Aggie Abodes

Watch the following video to see what living in Regan Hall is like.

360° View Virtual Rooms

Single-occupancy bedroom

Double-occupancy bedroom

Double-occupancy bedroom in a quad

Shared cental room in a quad

Building lounge

Building courtyard

Building courtyard

Move-In Information

Building Namesake

William Michael ReganSusan Frances Cobb ReganWilliam Michael Regan
Born: 1884
Deceased: 1962

Susan Frances Cobb Regan
Born: 1895
Deceased: 1962

Regan Hall was completed in 1965 and is named for William Michael Regan and Susan Frances Cobb Regan. The Regan Hall Complex consists of seven building; Campo, Rienda, Nova, Paloma, Indio, Talara and Sereno. Mr. Regan received his B.S. and M.S. in Agriculture at the University of Missouri and came to the College of Agriculture at Davis in 1922, from which he retired in 1951. A pioneer in experimentation with dairy cattle, Professor Regan initiated the nation's first large-scale breeding experiments. He was also known through California for his devoted promotion of the Agricultural Extension Services. Endeared to hundreds of students, Professor Regan was described by a colleague as "a man whose scholarly interest was balanced by his deep feeling for people and their problems." Mrs. Regan was the first female faculty member in 1922 and served as the first chairperson of the Department of English, a post she held until 1927 when she took a leave to raise a family. She returned in 1949 to work in Agricultural Publications until 1951 when she became Advisor to Women Students and a Lecturer in English. Four years later she became the Dean of Women. In her eleven years as women's advisor, Susan Regan saw the enrollment of women increase from 200 to 1700. She guided the development of a strong system of self-governance within the residence halls, and was largely responsible for recruiting and training head residents.