Posts Tagged: residence life

11 things not to bring to your residence hall room

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Independent living is just around the corner. You’re probably starting to plan for your residence hall room and maybe freaking out a little bit about what to bring. At this point there is the temptation to go overboard, which will inevitably cause you to end up with a lot unnecessary and unused things. So to… Read more »

Staying safe at UW Oshkosh

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One of the most frequently asked questions I hear on tour is, “Is Oshkosh safe?” It’s an understandable concern; besides attending classes here, roughly 4,000 students live on campus as well. Seeing as how June is National Safety Month, I thought it would be awesome to just let you all know some of the sweet… Read more »

Welcome to my home: Scott Hall(s)

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A residence hall is like a dog; they come in all shapes and sizes and have a unique personality. It’s important to consider whether you want one that’s big, small, or in-between because each brings you a different experience. Scott Hall is like a Great Dane: fun-loving and outgoing, while being easy to get along… Read more »

Hello, Fletcher Hall (aka my “Second Home”)

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“Home away from home.” If you’re planning on living on campus, you’ll more than likely start referring to UW Oshkosh like this… trust me. I have made the mistake of asking my parents to bring me back home (to Oshkosh) only to get glares from my mother. Sorry, mom. While I do love “home-home,” life at… Read more »