Highland Hall is part of the Horseshoe Community and is one of the most centrally located residence halls on campus. Located right off of Highland Road, it is conveniently located next door to the Barnes & Noble bookstore, near the Student Union, the 459 Commons dining hall, the Student Recreation Center, and many academic buildings.
The Horseshoe Community consists of Highland Hall, Louise Garig Hall, Annie Boyd Hall, and Evangeline Hall. The community shares one front desk that is housed in Annie Boyd Hall. For fall 2018, the Science Residential College will be housed in Highland Hall and Louise Garig Hall in the Horseshoe Community while Evangeline Hall undergoes renovation. Once renovation is complete, the program and its residents will move to Evangeline Hall for the spring 2019 semester to enjoy the second part of the year in the brand new facility.
Highland Hall features a variety of room styles including two-student and three-student, suite bath rooms.