Tag Archives: UWSP Residential Living

Students Forced to Stay on Campus Next Year

Dorms on campus, such as Steiner Hall, are great places. Photo courtesy of Dalen Dahl.

Living on campus, or at least paying to live on campus, will be required for sophomore students as well as freshman beginning next year. Currently, it is required for traditional freshman students to live in the residence halls for their first year. Although many return to the dorms, a portion of upperclassmen move off-campus in their preceding years of school. ... Read More »

Beloved Hall Director Becomes HR Generalist

Tom keeps in contact with old staff members while enjoying his new position as HR Generalist. Photo courtesy of Tom Bertram.

Tom Bertram found two jobs within the university that he loves and calls home. Bertram, former Smith Hall director, is now the human resources generalist on campus. Bertram has been working for the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point since 2008 and was hall director until March 2014. “From the second semester of my freshman year of college, I knew that I ... Read More »

Freshman Becomes Member of RHA Executive Board

"RHA is a larger family that I can be a part of." Photo courtesy of Travis Loepfe's Facebook.

Freshman Travis Loepfe is the youngest member on the Residential Hall Association’s executive board this semester. Loepfe started off as one of Thomson Hall’s RHA delegates in fall of 2014. Each residence hall at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has two delegates who report on students’ campus concerns. Loepfe took advantage of the opportunity to become RHA’s Vice President Public ... Read More »

Inclusive Housing Option Proposes Coed Rooms

Hansen Hall. Photo by Emily Hoffman.

In an effort to provide housing choices that reflect diverse needs, students at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point have requested to have the option of inclusive housing available for those living on-campus. According to Shawn Ward, the inclusivity director for Student Government Association, inclusive housing is more of a philosophy. “Inclusive housing means that students have the power to choose ... Read More »