Hall Representatives

For each of the residence halls on campus there is at least one USRH Hall Representative. There is one representative per 200 students living in the residence halls. In all there are 16 hall representatives representing around 3,200 students.

Donner/ Webster Hall
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Close proximity to classroom buildings makes Donner Hall a popular choice for residents. Backyard picnics, Thanksgiving Dinner, and community service projects are hall traditions. Donner also has a “Donster Dollar” incentive program for attending hall functions.

Webster Hall is a centrally located, three-story hall whose traditions include an annual Thanksgiving Dinner, a “Donster Dollar” incentive program for attendance at hall government and other events, and involvement in various community service projects. Webster Hall is paired with the Donner Hall Government and offers a great variety of programs throughout the year.

Evans Hall
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Evans Hall is designed with two cubes connected by a common lounge on all floors. Evans Hall houses only first year students and is a part of the LIFE (Learning in a First-Year Environment) program. Students will have the opportunity to participate in programs geared toward building connections with students, faculty, and campus resources.

Fletcher Hall
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Fletcher Hall is a four story building, which features a washer and dryer on each floor. Fletcher has a newly renovated study lounge located in the basement. Fletcher has a strong tradition of participation in Homecoming and Winter Carnival along with an annual Casino Night program. Fletcher houses only first year students and is a part of the LIFE (Learning in a First-Year Environment) program. Students will have the opportunity to participate in programs geared toward building connections with students, faculty and campus resources.

South Gruenhagen Hall
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South Gruenhagen Hall houses students on floors 4-10 and offices on the 2nd and 3rd floors. The hall’s floors offer scattered, co-ed, and all women’s living options. South Gruenhagen is also home to many different environments. Most of the international students on the UWO campus live in South Gruenhagen. South Gruenhagen houses a significant amount of first year students and participates in the LIFE (Learning in a First-Year Environment) program.

Horizon Village
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Horizon Village is the newest residence hall on campus. It offers a suite-style format that houses four roommates. There are lounges, gathering spaces, and kitchens on all 5 floors. Horizon’s basement is home to three conference rooms and an indoor bike storage area. Horizon was built to set the standard for a more sustainable living environment.

North Scott Hall
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North Scott Hall is the high-rise hall on campus, housing residents on the second through tenth floors. North Scott Hall is actively involved with South Scott Hall through co-hall governments, sharing the main desk, hall facilities and Scotty’s Subs & Stuff, a campus dining area. Scott Hall also houses a section of the Undergraduate Advising Resource Center allowing students to build their education and enhance their ability to create a class schedule.

South Scott Hall
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South Scott Hall is the high-rise hall on campus, housing residents on the second through tenth floors. South Scott hall houses only first year students and is a part of the LIFE (Learning in a First-Year Environment) program. Students will have the opportunity to participate in programs geared toward building connections with students, faculty and campus resources. The second floor is home to Honors students and Substance-Free students. South Scott Hall is actively involved with North Scott Hall through co-hall governments, sharing the main desk, hall facilities and Scotty’s Subs & Stuff, a campus dining area. Scott Hall also houses a section of the Undergraduate Advising Resource Center allowing students to build their education and enhance their ability to create a class schedule.

Stewart Community
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Stewart Community is a four-story facility set up as two cubes connected by a common lounge. Amenities include a washer and dryer unit on each floor, senior seminar room, and group project room. The Stewart Community houses only first year students and is a part of the LIFE (Learning in a First-Year Environment) program. Students will have the opportunity to participate in programs geared toward building connections with students, faculty and campus resources.

Taylor Hall
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Taylor Hall, located across from the Kolf Sports Center, is centrally located on campus. An active hall government and strong Homecoming participation are Taylor’s traits. Taylor Hall is set up into two wings and features an elevator, air conditioning, and a large common area for studying in the basement.