Welcome to Morrow Hall
Morrow Hall, named after Homer B. Morrow and built in 1967, provides accommodations for approximately 68 women and 197 men. Morrow Field, a softball diamond, is located nearby. One of the traditions in Morrow Hall is the annual service project: "Morrow Hall Works Week"!
From the Desk of the Resident Director
Happy September everyone!
I am very glad to see everyone back on campus after moving in and starting classes. I hope the transition has been smooth and exciting for you as we begin the year. As you checked in, you received a lot of information from your Resident Assistant (RA). Definitely get to know who they are because they want to get to know you too! Here are a few things that they will be needing from you this month:
1. Your Personal Data Form (PDF): make sure you complete this and turn it in ASAP!
2. A Room Check Form (RCF): thoroughly check over your room and sign this green sheet with your roommate.
3. Your signature on the Community Agreement and a Roommate Agreement. These will be completed based off of your RAs wing specific timeline that they will share at the opening wing meeting.
4. Your attendance at the wing meetings and Hall Involvement Team meetings. We have a lot of cool events, socials, and programs coming up that you will not want to miss!
Beyond the events, there are many ways to stay connected to the hall throughout the year such as liking our Facebook page. I will be posting regularly with tips, guides, publicity, and photos to keep the community united. Also, follow your RAs wing webpage to stay up to date on what they are doing to build the community.
**Safety Tip of the Month: Prevention is key to remain safe on campus. Be sure to report any suspicious behavior to University Police. Take some time this month to review the Shots Fired video provided to you on the University Police website. This video talks in depth about how to remain safe should an active shooter situation occur here at Platteville.
If you ever have questions throughout the school year, don't be afraid to talk to your RA. That's what they're here for! Let's make this a great year!