Welcome to Melcher Hall
Melcher Hall, named after Milton L. Melcher, was built in 1966 and is home for approximately 255 men. Melcher Hall residents are active in numerous campus and community events. This year, Melcher Hall residents get to celebrate the building’s 50th year in operation with some exciting new rennovations to the building, including a recently renovated Party/Game Room and basement, which includes a newer kitchen for special meals, television area, new pool table, new ice machine, and a specialized meeting area.
From the Desk of the Resident Director
Greetings, Melcher Hall!
April is upon us, and it's sure to be an action-packed month! We'll be talking about hall closing before you know it! With a ton of events coming up, like April Break, Class registration, summer storage contracts, and more, it's sure to be busy! Check out the info below to prepare you for March.
April Break: If you are planning to stay in the halls for April Break please sign up here. The halls will close at 6:00 p.m., Thursday, April 13th for break and will reopen 5:00 p.m., Sunday, April 16th.
Class Registration: It’s that time of the semester again! For those of you not graduating at the end of the semester, you should already be in contact with your advisor to set up your PIN meetings. Class registration opens Monday, April 3rd, please consult your PASS account for your exact registration time and date if you are unsure.
Summer Storage: Do you dislike moving… bringing everything home when you will be bringing it back to campus soon enough? Then Summer Storage is for YOU! Sign-up and you can store your things right in your Fall 2017 room. Items will need to be boxed up and placed on the bed or in the closet. Signed contracts are due to the Residence Life office in Royce Hall by Friday, May 5th.
Summer Jobs: Are you looking to make some extra cash this Summer? Dont' forget to apply for a summer job on campus! We have plenty of openings, all of which can be found online on the Financial Aid webpage!
Safety Tip of the Month: Practice proper bike safety if you are choosing to ride a bike on campus or within the community. Wear a helmet, ride with traffic, obey traffic laws, use proper signals, and wear proper clothing when riding at night. Also, be respectful of other pedestrians using the sidewalks.
As always, stop by my office anytime to chat! I'm looking forward to finishing the semester on a positive note with all of you!
Meeting Times: Wednesdays, 9PM
Location: West Basement
Contact: Dakota Reed, Advisor