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!
You probably couldn’t tell from the weather but it is in fact November. If you are anything like me you are counting down to Thanksgiving. Please be sure to check your email for some important updates regarding Thanksgiving Break and Winter Break, as well as semester room changes. All of the information that you need to know is on there, you can also check the Residence Life home page for more detailed information. There, you can also find the Thanksgiving Break sign up if you will be staying on campus that weekend.
As the days get shorter and the temperature drops, please make sure that you are taking care of yourself. Living is in a highly populated area raises your chances of getting sick but, you can do your part to prevent the spread of communicable diseases by washing your hands and practicing good hygiene. As you should be aware, Student Health Services offers free Flu Shots to students, if you haven’t already get down there and get yours. If you have questions, please chat with your SA, RA or RD.
Adventure has been feeling negelcted since Homecoming. He tells me that no one comes by to hang out or take him to Lunch anymore. if you are ever at the front desk show him some love, take a selfie with Adventure the dog and post it to Facebook. The funniest photo will recieve a prize.
There is so much going on in Hugunin Hall it would be pretty difficult not to get involved. For students, if you’re having trouble getting involved please, check your wings webpage to get info about upcoming events and feel free to talk with your RA, they are very knowledgeable about the Hall as well as other involvement opportunities on campus.
As always, feel free to contact me if you need anything.
Lawrence A. Parrott
Hugunin Hall Resident Director