Starting Fall 2014, Crabtree Hall will be home to the "Global Living and Learning Community." This community is intended to provide both international and domestic students with opportunities to learn more about world events, improve understanding of global perspectives, practice foreign language skills, and plan for a future career involving international work or service. International students and students from the U.S. will reside in the hall. This globally focused community is a partnership between International Student Services (ISS) and the Department of Residence Life.
Requesting a 2014-15 Crabtree room & roommate:
Incoming freshmen & transfer students: Should email firstname.lastname@example.org to request Crabtree Hall.
Current UWRF Students: Based on student feedback, current UWRF students can now choose to have another current student as a roommate in Crabtree Hall or they can sign-up without a roommate, allowing the opportunity to be paired with another current student, incoming international student, or incoming transfer student. View Crabtree Room Sign-up Instructions for March 11-May 17.
UWRF Shuttle to the Twin Cities:
The UWRF Shuttle is a great opportunity for international and other students to travel from UWRF to the Twin Cities to explore the Metro Area and attractions.
Crabtree Hall is a four-story coed residence hall housing 266 residents. The building is close to student parking (O Lot) and near sand volleyball and basketball courts. Crabtree has seven Resident Assistants, an Assistant Complex Director and a Complex Director.
Crabtree Hall and Parker Hall work together as a Complex to promote student involvement through activities in their halls.
Crabtree Hall, built in 1967, was named after academic President James W. Crabtree, who served UWRF from 1911-1917.
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(Room #) Crabtree Hall
850 E Cascade Ave
River Falls, WI 54022
Crabtree Hall Council meets Sunday evenings at 9 p.m.