- Have 2 fall/spring semesters of college completed after high school graduation by move-in day and 24-59.9 cumulative credits.
- -OR- Sophomore standing by move-in day (30-59.9 cumulative credits = Sophomore)
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Jesse H. Ames Suites (Ames Suites) opened in Fall 2012 and is the newest residence hall on the UWRF campus. It is a green building and has been awarded the prestigious LEED-NC v2009 Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
For the 2014-15 academic year Ames houses traditional sophomore students (anyone who has completed at least two semesters of college and has sophomore standing). Students living in this residence hall will have the benefits of living in a brand new facility that caters to the needs of second-year students in both design and programs offered. Starting Fall 2015, Ames will no longer be a Sophomore-only hall, and will be home to any student who is not a first year student.
Eligibility Requirements to Live In Ames:
For the 2015-16 academic year, Ames will be a non-first year student hall (a first year student here is someone who is in their first semester of college since graduating from high school, whether or not they have already taken college courses).
Second-year students living in Ames Suites will be provided support as they pursue their educational goals so they can achieve academic success.
Through programming and interactions with faculty and staff, students will learn how to effectively work with their advisor and participate in exploration of their chosen field of study.
Encouragement of student involvement in campus leadership opportunities and community events will enhance second-year students’ connection to UWRF.
Students will actively develop as student leaders through participation in campus and community events, get to know their fellow community members, and learn to effectively navigate the campus policies and procedures.
Ames Suites will provide opportunities for second-year student to examine their personal values and beliefs through self-discovery and personal reflection.
As students enter into their second year, there will be opportunities for them to explore opportunities for career development so they can make informed decisions regarding future experiences.
Programs and activities will be available for students to network with faculty and staff and learn more about study abroad and internships.
Videos: Loft bed & sign room paperwork
Front Desk Check-out Items: games, DVDs, kitchen items, tools, more...
Ames & SFS Complex Council meet regularly to discuss issues and planning for those halls.
(Room #) Jesse H. Ames Suites
851 Wild Rose Ave
River Falls, WI 54022
George R. Field South Fork Suites and Jesse H. Ames Suites are connected on 1st floor through the Ann Lydecker Living Learning Center. On campus students and organizations may reserve rooms in the Living Learning Center for organizational, programming or educational use. Find information for reserving space in the Living Learning Center here.
The Living Learning Center comprises: