NORTH SCOTT HALL
The largest residence hall on campus, Scott Hall consists of two connected 10-story housing facilities, North Scott and South Scott. The hall’s floors offer scattered, co-ed, and all women’s living options.
Residents of both towers share a large main lounge with a kitchen, big-screen TV, baby grand piano, ping-pong, foosball, and pool tables. The main desk provides many items including games, kitchen equipment, and a change machine.
Scott Hall also has its own dining facility, Scotty’s, offering a convenience store, fresh subs and Titan Taco. Other hall facilities include a study lounge on every floor and a basement laundry room. Scott Hall beds may be lofted with the use of College Products lofts. For pricing and more information, please see their website.
POPULAR ROOM OPTIONS
Basic Double standard room (shared room):
$2,376 per semester, $4,762 for the academic year
Basic Single standard room (private room):
$3,564 per semester, $7,128 for the academic year
What’s included in Each Room?
What’s On Each Floor?
2 mounted bookshelves
2 desks (24″ X36″)
2 desk chairs
2 dressers (24″ X 24″)
4 waste/recycling baskets
Living Green On Campus
Recycling on Campus
Note: The University will not discriminate in room or hall assignments on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, or ancestry. The University will attempt to honor, whenever possible, requests for particular accommodations. The University reserves the right to assign roommates, to change room or hall assignments and/or to consolidate vacancies by requiring residents to move from one accommodation to another. Failure to honor assignment preferences will not void this contract. (University of Wisconsin Oshkosh – Housing and Dining Services Contract; 2021-22 Academic Year)
Looking to appeal your Residency? Go the Residence Hall Appeals
Things To Do While Living On Campus
SAFETY AND SECURITY
The safety of our students and staff is our highest concern. Please read our safety measures here
If there is an Emergency call 911 or University Police
NORTH SCOTT HALL DIRECTOR