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OSU Buildings Histories in the Special Collections and Archives Research Center

Building History

 

Established in 1966 in one of two newly constructed cooperative buildings on the east edge of campus, Dixon Lodge began as a men's housing cooperative absorbing the residents of the former Cascadia Lodge co-op. In 1985 the residents of Dixon Lodge voted to become co-educational. Dixon, along with neighboring co-ops Azalea, Avery, and Oxford, were closed by University Housing and Dining Services at the end of the 2013-14 school year. However, Dixon Lodge was reopened in 2016 and was is currently home to the Joan and Tom Skoro Recovery Living Community for students living with substance abuse disorders. 

General Information

Address

265 SW 11st St. Corvallis, OR 97333

Architect

 

Year Built

1966

Renovations

 

Square Footage

 

Purpose/Usage

Dorm for the Joan and Tom Skoro Recovery Living Community

Previous Name(s)

N/A

Namesake

Jim and Jeanette Dixon

Historic District

 

Blueprints

Facilities Services Records, 1888-2003. Series XX:  Campus, Farm, and Property Maps, 1899-1990. Campus and Farm Maps: 3-A

Maps

Oregon State University Campus Maps, 1894-1994

Photographs

Dixon Lodge Records, 1963-2013

Oregon State University Historical Photographs, 1868-1980

Further Archival Information

The Dixon Lodge Records include a wealth of information about the lodge prior to its 2014 closure. 

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