Residence Halls

Here at UW-Stevens Point, your university housing experience is an integral part of your total educational package. The university recognizes that learning continues outside of the classroom, and a great deal of planning goes into making each floor in every hall a positive environment in which to live and learn. We recognize that our residence halls are more than just a place where students sleep, it’s where you will make lifelong friends, create memories, and grow as an individual. 

Traditional Halls – In traditional halls, you will share a room with another student (unless buying out a single room). The residence halls are organized into three quads - Allen Quad, North DeBot Quad, and South DeBot Quad. Every hall has community kitchens, a computer lab, laundry facilities, study lounges, group meeting rooms, secured mailboxes, and recycling facilities.

Traditional Room – In traditional halls, your room will include 2 twin (extra long) beds, 2 desks, 2 desk chairs, 2 dressers, 2 closets, 2 wastebaskets, 2 study lights, 2 mirrors, ResNet (computer network) connection port, and Cable TV connection for SpecturmU streaming. Learn more here

Living Accommodations – Residential Living works to build a safe, vibrant residence hall community of Pointers! Learn more about specialty living options and housing accommodations here

Additional Residence Hall Information

Information Technology 

Laundry

Lofts

Mail and Packages 

Repair Requests

Sustainability Efforts


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Allen Quad

The Allen Quad consists of May Roach, Pray-Sims, and Smith Halls. The halls are traditional style; set up for double room occupancy.

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North Quad

The North DeBot Quad consists of Burroughs, Knutzen, Thomson, and Watson Halls. The halls are traditional style; set up for double room occupancy.

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South Quad

The South DeBot Quad consists of Baldwin, Hansen, Neale, and Steiner Halls. The halls are traditional style; set up for double room occupancy.

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Hyer Hall

Hyer Hall is a traditional style hall; available to students who are 21 years of age or older prior to the start of the fall semester.

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Suites @201

The Suites@201 offers apartment-style living for individuals who graduated from high school two or more years ago. Each suite has four private bedrooms, a full kitchen with all appliances, a living room, and a three-part bathroom.

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