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Welcome to Rountree Commons

Rountree Commons, named after the founder of Platteville-Major John Rountree, opened in 2012 and is home to approximately 620 students.  Rountree Commons residents live in four-person suites with double occupancy bedrooms, a kitchenette with full size refrigerator and microwave, bathroom and separate shower area.  Residents will enjoy numerous amenities throughout the building including an on-site dining facility/convenience store, elevator access to all floors, keyless entry, high speed internet (wired and wireless), air conditioning, trash/recycling rooms and full kitchens on each floor, indoor bike storage, cable TV including HD channels and full time Facilities Staff who complete maintenance requests in less than 24 hours.  Other public areas include a Game Room, TV Area, Fitness Center, Media Room, Classroom and Laundry Room, all located on the Lobby Level and Quiet Study Rooms are located on floors 2-5.    Rountree Commons will host the Leadership Living Learning Community with programming provided to enhance academic and leadership skills.  Rountree Commons will remain open during the official academic year breaks at no additional cost and offers housing during the summer.

Resident Director

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Happy December!
Oh how time flies during the semester! December will be a quick month for us with only two weeks of classes and finals week. If you are unsure of when your finals are please check the schedule here.


Make sure that you are prepping well for your finals, and getting enough sleep in the process. There are many great resources on campus that you can utilize, feel free to check them out here.

Your RA will be hosting a meeting soon regarding closing information. Make sure you attend the meeting in order to get proper information on leaving for the semester. Also, if you would like to move, or are withdrawing this semester, please make an appointment with me to discuss the process!
As a reminder intensive quiet hours begin on Sunday December 14th to aid in a productive study atmosphere. Be sure to talk to your RA if you have any questions regarding this.

One last item to mention, as we enter into the colder months and there is snow on the ground, I would like to remind you all of the No Snow Throwing policy. Please do not throw snow or engage in any sort of snow ball fight. This behavior is against university policy. If you have any questions, you all received a student handbook in which you can consult for further information.

Best of luck on your finals, and I look forward to seeing you in 2015!

Sincerely,

Kathryn Peck
Rountree Commons Resident Director

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