Welcome to Hugunin Hall
Hugunin Hall, named after Marjorie R. Hugunin and built in 1967, houses approximately 180 men and 77 women. Hugunin hall is located in the Circle and is adjacent to Glenview dining facility. Hugunin Hall Council and residents are also active in the hall, campus, and the Platteville communities. Hugunin Hall has beautiful landscaping, flowers, and plants.
From the Desk of the Resident Director
Greetings from Hugunin Hall!
April Snow brings May...wait, that isn't how it goes. I hope you all are enjoying April so far, I am sure that the weather will shift and you all will be able to experience Platteville in all of its glory. Hugunin has many programs going on this month and we need your help to make them special. Be on the look out for publicity and pay close attention to the intercom announcements, your are not going to want to miss what we have in store.
It’s that time of the semester…to get ready for next semester! Do you know what classes you want to take, what classes you need to take? Make sure you are contacting your advisor and setting up an appointment to get ready for class registration. It is always a good idea to go to your advisor meeting with a rough-draft of a schedule and some classes that you want to take. Realize that depending on when you register, you may need to have some back-up classes ready to go as well. For more information on registration, check out the registrar's website. If you haven't already don’t forget to reserve a room for next fall. If you have questions about the two year live on requirement or sign-up, click HERE or ask your RA or myself. Not adhering to the two year live on policy could affect your attempt to register for class.
Are you taking classes on campus over the summer or working in the area? Do you need a place to live? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you should consider staying on campus in Southwest Hall! Stay for the whole summer or for a couple of weeks. Fill out an application and let Residence Life know if you’re interested. For $120 per week, you get a great place to live without the hassle of utilities.
Are you living on campus next year? Are you dreading the thought of packing everything up to take it home? If so, then you should consider Summer Storage! For $150, you can save time, avoid the hassle, and make move-in next fall that much easier. To review or print off a contract, check out the Residence Life Website. Be sure to view the contract for the hall that you will be in during the fall 2016 semester. Halls are broken down as follows:
There are plenty of opportunities for a good time right here in the building! Come down to Hall Council and talk to your RA! Have you ever played a life sized game of Monopoly? If you’re interested, ask your RA for details.
As always, feel free to contact me if you need anything.
Lawrence A. Parrott
Hugunin Hall Resident Director