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Welcome to Southwest Hall
Southwest Hall, completed in 2006, is home to 380 students who will live in 95 four-person suites. Each suite has four single bedrooms, a living room, a dining area with kitchenette, and two bathrooms. There is high speed internet access in every bedroom and elevator access to all floor levels. The entire building is air conditioned and each suite is fully furnished. Each of the six floors has a study room with a computer that can be used for group projects. Other public areas include the main desk, mailroom, lobby, multipurpose room, laundry room, and community room with vending area. Southwest Hall remains open during the official academic year breaks.
From the desk of the resident director
Greetings Southwest Hall!
The end of the semester is just around the corner. This semester has certainly flown by and finals will be here before we know it. November is a month that can be linked with planning for what’s to come next. Please be sure to read through the following tips and information to make the remainder of the semester a successful one!
- Class Registration: Registration opened on November 3rd. If you have not yet met with your advisor to get your PIN and go over your next semester schedule, be sure to do so as soon as possible. It is important to be properly prepared for this meeting as you advisor is a great resource for a successful college career when used properly.
- Snow Emergency for Parking (SEP): SEP officially begins on November 15th. For students parked residence hall lots or on campus streets this simply means to make sure you are watching for signage after large snows. Students are only asked to move their vehicles during declared snow emergencies. Please be sure to refer to your RA or myself for any SEP related questions.
- Thanksgiving Break: Southwest will remain open for Thanksgiving break, but we do ask that you sign-up to stay with us. Students may sign-up to stay at no additional cost at the Southwest Front Desk until Monday, November 24th. It is important that you sign-up as we will have limited staff on duty across campus and in the case of an emergency we know who is on campus.
- Plan ahead for Finals: It is never too early to start studying for finals! Be sure to check out the posted finals schedule to schedule out your finals week. Don’t push off your finals preparation until the week before. This will take much of the stress off the end of your semester.
Please let me know of any questions or concerns out there!
Southwest Hall Resident Director
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