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Welcome to Melcher Hall
Melcher Hall, named after Milton L. Melcher and built in 1966, is home for approximately 255 men. Melcher Hall residents are active in numerous campus and community events. Melcher Hall residents enjoy a recently renovated Party/Game Room and basement, which includes a newer kitchen for special meals, television area, and meeting area.
From the Desk of the Resident Director
Happy Homecoming Week Melcher!
The Theme for WAM's (Wilgus and Melcher) homecoming is Haunted HollyWAM. We will be featuring a theme of haunted hollywood movies for the Platteville goes to Hollywood general theme. Please remember to come support the WAM team as we participate in all the homecoming events. We have the oppportunity to win in not only the competitive side of the events, but we are also awarded spirit points for our audience. Please wear your matching homecoming or Melcher Hall T-shirts to the events. A full schedule of the homecoming events can be found here.
October is jammed back with events and resources for students. If you are starting to feel under the weather you can get free flu shots at the Student Health Center. For more information please visit their website here. If you are feeling healthy and well, consider donating blood at the RHD/NRHH sponsored blood drive. This blood drive is occurring from Oct. 14 - 16th and more information can be found on this webpage. If you are ever looking for something to do, consider checking out the Melcher Hall Facebook page, you might even be featured in one of the frequently posted pictures.
Melcher's Hall Forum is officially up and running. We will be having meetings every Wednesday in the west side basement, staring at 9pm. We will not be having a meeting Oct. 8th due to promoting homecoming events. At the Oct. 15th meeting there will be an RA informational meeting for the spring 2015 application process. More information will be discussed at the meeting. If you would like to get on the Hall Forum's agenda please email either Christopher Goodenough, or Matthew Erickson.
Fall break is October 24th. If you are planning on staying at Melcher for any length of time over fall break, please fill out the sign-up sheet located at the front desk. This sign-up sheet is to give us an accurate account of who is in the building in case of emergencies. There are also several academic drop/withdraw dates in October. For more information please visit the October Academic Calender.
I hope that you are enjoying your fall semester.
Every day is a great day to be a Pioneer,
Melcher Hall Resident Director
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