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South Scott Hall

The second largest residence hall on campus, South Scott houses first year students on floors 3-10. The hall’s floors offer scattered, co-ed, and all women’s living options. The 2nd floor houses the Honors program.

Residents of South and North Scott share a large main lounge. The main lounge includes a kitchen, television, 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, laundry room, and a computer lab. Scott Hall beds may be lofted with the use of College Products lofts. For pricing and more information, please see their website.

Located on the corner of Algoma Boulevard and Wisconsin Avenue

Scott Hall is next to Blackhawk Commons and within a short walking distance of many off-campus dining options.

South Scott Hall Room layout
South Scott Hall Guide to Residential Living

Your address at S. Scott will be:

Your name
625 Algoma Blvd
South Scott Hall (room xxx)
Oshkosh, WI 54901

Hall Staff

Each wing in South Scott Hall has a Community Advisor (CA). The role of the CA is to help you in your on-campus living experience. They have been trained extensively in the areas of peer helping, university resources, planning programs and activities for you that will be fun, educational and also engage you in the hall, campus, and Oshkosh community.

South Scott Hall

South Scott also has a student Health Advocate (HA) in the building that can provide general medical information and supplies such as band aids, aspirin, and health brochures.

These student staff members are there to help you have a great time, as well as make sure that the hall community is a safe, respectful, and responsible environment for you to live in.

The Residence Hall Director (RHD), a full-time professional that has earned a Master’s degree in Student Affairs or a related field, is here to supervise the staff, encourage leadership development, run the building, and make sure that you have a positive growing experience.

There is also an Assistant Residence Hall Director (ARHD) who is a graduate student that assists the hall director in the day to day operations of the building along with supervising the staff.