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Office Of Residence Life | 213 Wilder | 1725 State Street | La Crosse, WI 54601 | Phone:(608)785-8075 | Fax:(608)785-8078
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Angell is a three-cubed hall home to 393 co-ed students. Surrounded by two volleyball courts and a basketball court, it's an ideal place to live if you enjoy sports. The hall's close proximity to Whitney Center and Allied Health Building make it a convenient location to both food services and the Student Health Center. Angell Hall is respected for its involvement and leadership. Residents sponsor several all campus events each year, as well as a variety of fun and exciting events with in the hall. The basement is a favorite hangout with a game room, Sauna, coffeehouse, and a full kitchen.

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Baird is a culturally diverse co-educational residence hall . Many international and exchange students stay here. It is centrally located, and each floor is equipped with kitchen facilities. Baird Hall is open during vacation periods. A limited amount of space is available for students who require accommodations during these times (a minimal fee is charged). Baird houses 200 residents.

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Coate Hall is the home of the First Year Experience at UW-La Crosse. 380 co-ed first year students live in Coate, which is located on the northwest corner of campus. Its spacious location makes the hall ideal for a variety of services and activities especially designed for first year students. Leadership positions in the Coate Neighborhood Council (hall government) are available for any students interested in the beginning of the year. There will be many opportunities for first year students to get involved and get acclimated to their new "home away from home".

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Drake is a two-cubed structure with male and female residents separated into each. At this time, all of Drake's 260 occupants are returning students. Drake Hall is conveniently located close to Whitney Center, the Eagle Recreational Center, and Murphy Library. The community council sponsors a variety of campus wide events throughout the year including the annual "Drake-Ula" Halloween dance and "DRAKO", their personalized version of bingo. An emphasis is also placed on the sophomore year, where Residence Life Staff target programming to help students continue their college learning and support students as they begin to prepare for life beyond college.

Drake Hall is named after Alice Drake, the Director of the Elementary Education program from1931-1962. She taught "rural education" and in 1940 became the chairperson. Drake Hall became co-ed in 1972 and was one of the original halls to do so. The hall was originally designed for occupancy for men or women, depending on enrollment.

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Hutchison Hall (affectionately known as "Hutch") first opened in September of 1967 and is named after Miss Bessie Bell Hutchison, an English instructor from 1909-1935; part of the original 19 staff members of the university. Hutch's residents were all women then, known as Hutch's Honeys until 1980 when Hutch became co-ed and welcomed Hutch's Hunks. Today Hutch is a four-story residence hall housing 393 women and men; with an even mixture of first and second year students. Along with an involved community and hall spirit, Hutch has had a strong tradition of academic excellence in recent years posting the highest GPA among the residence halls. Hutch also is surrounded by two volleyball courts, a basketball court and within close proximity of UW-Ls main dining center, Rec Center, Library and the Center for the Arts; all of which make Hutch a desirable place to live.

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Laux Hall is a coed, L-shaped hall housing 226 men and women. Males and females live on separate floors. Laux is on the corner of East Avenue and La Crosse Street, on the east side of campus. Volleyball courts are located directly in the back of the hall and an all-campus Sandblast beach volleyball tournament is annually hosted here. Currently, Laux also hosts an all campus Casino Night.

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Reuter Hall is a new 380 bed residence hall that has suite style rooms. The suites consist of four private bedrooms, a semi-private bathroom, a kitchen area, and a living room. General use spaces are also be provided. These areas include a group kitchen facility, an exercise/game room area, a group study/TV lounge area, recycling room, and computer lab.

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Located between White Hall and Laux Hall on the east side of campus is Sanford Hall. Sanford is a co-ed residence hall with 226 men and women living in alternating rooms on the same floor with separate bathrooms. This environment creates a positive energy in the hall and those living in Sanford love it. Involvement is high in Sanford and the Hall Council and Staff plan many activities to learn, grow, and develop a sense of community.

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Trowbridge Hall is centrally located on campus and is right next to Murphy Library. The hall is similar in size and shape to Baird Hall and houses approximately 200 students. Trow has an Aerobics Room, large bathrooms, and kitchen facilities on every floor. The residents of Trowbridge enjoy community, leadership opportunities, and organize various programs such as Trow Trivia (a 24 hour trivia contest) and an annual Halloween party for the children of CHILEDA.

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Wentz is a four-story, L-shaped co-educational hall housing 216 residents. Wentz is located near the middle of campus, close to the Center for the Arts and Murphy Library. The hall is fully accessible for students with disabilities. Wentz is an active, fun environment, that provides numerous opportunities to be involved and get to know others in the hall, including a weekly Coffee House program.

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White Hall is located closest to Veterans Memorial Stadium and the athletic fields on the east side of campus. It houses 208 students featuring two floors for men and two floors for women. White Hall is a substance free living environment, which prohibits the consumption of tobacco (both smoking and chew), alcohol, and illicit drugs, and intoxicated behaviors. With an active student body, hall council and staff, the hall sponsors a variety of events for both the campus and La Crosse communities.

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