UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Residence Halls

Residence Hall Map

The UWRF campus is one of the most residential in the state with over 40% of students living on campus. We believe this uniquely residential environment creates an on-campus experience like no other. We are proud to feature 11 residence halls housing approximately 2,500 students who live, learn, and discover together.

 

Hall Details, 2017-18 Academic Year

First Year Halls

Crabtree Hall

First Year Student: Someone who is in their first two semesters of college since graduating from high school, whether or not they have already taken college courses.

Grimm Hall

McMillan Hall

Parker Hall

Upperclass Halls

Ames Suites

Eligibility Requirements Ames / Hathorn / Prucha:
1 year post high school graduation by date of residence hall move in.

Hathorn Hall

Prucha Hall

South Fork Suites

Eligibility Requirements South Fork Suites: 
2 years post high school graduation by date of residence hall move in.

Halls for Anyone

Johnson Hall

Both upperclass and first year students may reside in these halls.

May Hall

Stratton Hall



What do the residence halls offer?

All halls include the following:

  • Fully furnished rooms
  • High-speed wireless internet
  • Free unlimited laundry
  • Cable TV (including HBO)
  • Trash / recycling services
  • Parking lots near halls
  • Short walk to class
  • Common spaces for cooking, studying, and socializing
  • Smoke-free facilities
  • Facilities for students with disabilities


What is most important to you?

Each category drops down with more information

Learning Communities

Upperclass Learning Communities

May Hall

Honors Community

McMillan Hall

Global Living Community

Stratton Hall

Healthy Living Community

You can join one of these communities when you sign your residence hall contract.  Space is limited and these communities fill quickly!

Learn more about these and First Year Communities on the Living & Learning Community web page.

Choice of Roommate or a Single Room

South Fork Suites

Four single rooms in a suite

Ames Suites

Large Double and Single Rooms

All other halls

Double Rooms

To choose a roommate visit the Residence Hall Portal.

  • Roommates must be mutually requested and accepted before signing up for a room
  • Staff facilitates a roommate agreement process and are trained to mediate any conflicts between roommates, if necessary
  • Students wishing to sign-up for a room in South Fork Suites can complete the contract signing via the portal, but the room & roommate selection must be completed during the designated times, in person, at the Residence Life Office located in the lower level of Hathorn Hall (east end)

 

Single-Gender & Mixed-Gender Suites

Students who are eligible for South Fork Suites may choose to live in either a single-gender or mixed-gender suite. Single-gender suites are assigned based on birth-gender, and students may sign up to be in a single-gender suite individually or in groups of 2, 3, or 4. For students who wish to be in a mixed-gender suite, each student must sign an 'Agreement for Mixed-Gender Housing' and submit a 'Form for Mutually Requesting Each Suitemate' and must have a group of 4.

Cooking

South Fork Suites

Each suite is equipped with a kitchen (full size fridge, microwave, sink, cabinets, and ample counter space).

Two full kitchens with stoves are located on each floor.

Ames Suites

Each pod (about 22 people) contains a kitchen & dining/kitchenette area.

Full kitchens are located on the 2nd and 4th floors.

All Other Residence Halls

At least one full kitchen is located in each residence hall.

Entertainment

South Fork Suites

Conference Room equipped with a television and plush couches is located on the 1st floor.

A pool table is located on the 2nd floor.

A workout room is located on the 2nd floor.

Ames Suites

Each pod (about 22 people) contains a living room area with a television and plush couches.

All other halls

Theatre rooms including TVs, Blu-Ray players, surround sound, and couches are located in the basement of each residence hall.

Game tables (Pool, Ping-Pong, etc.) are located in the basement of each hall. 

Bathroom

South Fork Suites

 Each suite of four single rooms has a full bathroom.

Ames Suites

 Each pod contains 3 full bathrooms.

All other halls

 Each floor has gender-specific bathrooms.

Cleanliness

All community bathrooms on campus are cleaned by our custodial staff each weekday.  Ames bathrooms are cleaned bi-weekly and South Fork bathrooms, each semester.

All hall common areas are continuously cleaned by custodial staff.

Safety

All Residence Halls are locked to outsiders, and residents have access with their student ID.  Resident Assistants on each floor of each building in collaboration with Campus Police, continuously monitor student safety.

Affordability

Cost includes room and all utilities and amenities, so there are no unexpected or variable costs.  Housing deposits carry over from year to year.  There is no need to collect rent or any payments from your roommates.  All payments are made individually, once per semester.

View residence hall rates linked below. Annual rate adjustments are voted on by the Residence Hall Association in January and approved by the University Of Wisconsin Board Of Regents in July.

View Residence Hall Rates Page >>

Convenience

Living near class

On campus residence halls are the closest you can live to your classes.  Halls are located on East and West sides of campus with academic buildings in the center. 

Continuous & Flexible Housing

Continuous

Living in the residence halls is available throughout the academic year and in the summer.  All breaks, except J-term are included in the residence hall contract.  Students wanting to stay over winter break/J-term can do so by signing a J-term contract.  Students who are taking classes, doing research on campus, or are working on campus in the summer can also live in the summer residence hall.

Flexible

Residence Life supports student's decisions to leave for a semester due to studying abroad, student teaching, or an internship without being locked into a lease or needing to sublet your room.

Studying Abroad: Current students who plan to study abroad for an upcoming semester should contact Residence Life to have their housing deposit "held" until the semester that they return to on-campus living.

Contact Us

Department of Residence Life
Division of Student Affairs
reslife@uwrf.edu
715-425-4555
M-F, 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
B3 East Hathorn Hall
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