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Welcome to McGregor Hall
McGregor Hall, named after past UWP president Duncan McGregor and built in 1961, accommodates approximately 162 men and 60 women. McGregor Hall, with its convenient location, offers many benefits to its residents. In addition to kitchenettes on each floor, a variety of other facilities such as a computer lounge, a conference room and recreation areas are provided throughout the hall to meet the needs of residents. McGregor Hall is equipped with an elevator, therefore students with physical mobility concerns will find it very accommodating out of the ten residence halls on campus. The first and second floors are reserved for upperclassmen only, therefore the majority of students living in McGregor are not freshmen. The residents of McGregor Hall are very supportive of the annual Luau sponsored by McGregor and Wilgus Halls every fall. McGregor staff as well as the Hall Council Executive Board also put on Duncan Diner every February.
From the Desk of the Resident Director
Spring has arrived… Well almost. A lot is going on this month. As we prepare for the first day of spring there are a few things to keep in mind.
Women’s History Month: In honor of the women in our lives Platteville has a few celebrations going on. Join Wilgus Hall March 6th and 7th for Women’s Weekend 2015. Make sure to sign-up for events by clicking here. Events include a Self Defense Workshop, Spa Day, and a Board Game Night with Snacks.
The Doyle Center will be hosting Leading Change: Women in Leadership. Join them for their first panel March 11th at 12:00PM with guests Dr. Mittie N. Den Herder, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, and Dr. Jennifer deCoste, Chief Diversity Officer and Assistant Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion. For more information please click here.
Residence Life Events: As always, don’t forget to attend all of the wonderful events sponsored by the Residence Life Department this month. Southwest’s annual Cake Walk will be March 11th from 7:30-9:00PM. All proceeds will be going to Shriner’s Children Hospital. Need more information? Follow this link for all of the details. Make sure to also attend the March 6th Friday Night Club hosted by Hugunin, Java Jams, 9-11PM.
Spring Break: March 14th-22nd means no classes! This also means students will need to leave the halls Friday, March 13th by 6:00PM. There will be no exceptions. The halls will reopen at noon on March 22nd. While away, remember to be safe.
Be safe and be well,
McGregor Hall Resident Director
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