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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
September is in full swing and hopefully your classes are going well. There are a few things I wanted to talk about this month to help you with the transition to being back on campus.
Homecoming is approaching! Homecoming week is October 5th through October 11th. There are plenty of activities happening this week and we’ll need your involvement to hopefully take home first place. More information will be coming out regarding this so be on the lookout for that.
Hall Council has begun and our Executive Board has been chosen. Hall Council meetings are at 9:15 PM on Tuesday nights in the McGregor basement. Come down, be informed, and make your voice heard for the multitude of topics we discuss each week.
If you haven’t done so already, make sure you head over to Facebook and “like” our McGregor Hall page. You can access this page by clicking here.
Lastly, I hope you all are keeping up with your homework and going to classes. If you are feeling behind, there are plenty of resources to help you out and get you back on track. The Academic and Career Advising Center is here to help you if you are struggling on picking a major or are interested in learning more about what you can do with your degree once you graduate. We also have the Pioneer Academic and Transitional Help office to help you develop academic and social skills that are necessary to successfully complete your journey on campus. There are also plenty of other offices here to assist you and can be found on the right hand side of this page.
Stop down and say hello if my door is open. I would love to meet you and get to know you a little more. Stay warm! It’s getting cold out there.
Be safe and be well,
McGregor Hall Resident Director
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