UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
May Hall is a four-story coed residence hall located in the west area, housing nearly 200 students, of campus near the Karges Center, Agricultural Science/Food Science Building, Hagestad Hall, and sand volleyball courts. It is also in close proximity to downtown River Falls. The building is attached to the Emogene Nelson Building, where an aerobics lab and weight room are located. Stratton Hall has six Resident Assistants, an Assistant Complex Director and a Complex Director.
May Hall and Stratton Hall work together as a Complex to promote student involvement through activities in their halls.
May Hall, built in 1960, was named after John May, who served as a professor from 1913 until 1957.
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(Room #) May Hall
124 E Cascade Ave
River Falls, WI 54022
May & Stratton Complex Council meets regularly to discuss issues and planning for those halls.