Morrow Hall

Morrow Hall

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

Hello Morrow Hall Residents!

My name is Olivia Kopecky and I am the Resident Director for Morrow Hall this year. This is my second year as a RD at Platteville and I have been exploring the area while biking this summer. I am originally from Webster, WI where I grew up on a hobby farm. I love to crochet, hike, cook, travel, go skiing, watch Netflix, and try new things. I am especially excited for everyone to return to campus and begin this next school year. Hopefully you had a great summer (it has been warm!), and you are ready to accomplish some awesome goals.

Opening is right around the corner and we are excited to welcome students back to campus and welcome our new students! Every student will need to fill out a Personal Data Form. Please print this two-page form and complete it prior to your arrival for check-in. 

Do you still have questions about what to bring to campus? Check out these two resources: The Residence Hall Handbook and the Guide to Living on Campus. Both documents are very important to read and review regarding policies in the Residence Halls.

Lofts: Now is a great time to reserve your loft for the 2017-2018 year because we will deliver the kit to your room! Check out our loft page for all loft information.

If you ever have questions, don't hesitate to reach out. Have a safe summer in your final stretch!

Olivia Kopecky
Morrow Hall Resident Director


Morrow Hall: Involvement

Hall Involvement Team

Meeting Times: TBA

Location: Basement Lounge

Contact: Olivia Kopecky, Advisor

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