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 February everyone!
Welcome new students! We are excited to see you all living in a community with us. Many activities and events are on the calendar this month! We want to see everyone being an active Morrow Pioneer by getting involved in the fun this spring!
Hall Involvement Team: HIT meetings are on Wednesdays @ 9pm in the basement of Morrow! We want to see you be involved with the themes, games, and socials! Morrow Hall Funding Request Forms are also available at the front desk for you to submit your ideas for improvements.
Friday Night Clubs: The most accurate description of these gems are: FUN and FREE! For February we have:
February 3rd- Happy Trails: hosted by Brockert
February 10th- Ebony Weekend
February 17th- Pancake Day: hosted by Morrow
February 24th- Pool: hosted by Southwest
Sign-ups: Spring brings many important deadlines such as Room Reservations for the 2017-2018 academic year. Also, remember that Snow Emergency Procedures may happen anytime we have a large amount of snowfall. This means when a SEP is in effect, students may have to move their cars from street or parking lot spaces. Be aware and on the lookout for information about all of these as the semester progresses via signage and emails.
Also, please check out a couple important pieces of news:
- Read your “Safety 105 e-mail.” This e-mail outlines important safety tips to think about during the month of February and for all time!
- Utilize your resources to start out the semester strong! Academic Support Programs, your professors' office hours, and your RA are each a great resource to help you succeed.
- Take a look at the Morrow Hall Facebook Page in order to receive the most up to date events happening around campus.
***Safety Tip of the Month: Mental health issues are quite common for students in their young twenties. It is so important to seek our help and assistance if something is not feeling right. Common signs of mental health changes include major changes in appetite, sleeping patterns, energy levels, and interest in certain activities. If you or a friend is experiencing some or all of these symptoms, we encourage you to seek support from our University Counseling Services located on the 2nd Floor of Royce Hall.
If you ever have questions throughout the school year, don't hesitate to talk to your RA. That's what they are here for! Let's make this a great year!