Residence Halls

All of our residence halls, with the exception of the Suites @ 201, were originally built in the 1960s. But that doesn't mean they've been ignored since then. UW-Stevens Point prides itself on having residence halls that are well maintained and updated on a routine basis.

We completed phase I renovations for all of our halls in the 1990s. During this renovation phase, bathrooms were gutted and modernized (with private shower stalls!), wiring updated, rooms carpeted, and security systems (including smoke detectors) routinely upgraded.

Phase II renovations have been completed in our North DeBot and South DeBot halls. These renovations include upgraded lighting throughout the hall, individual thermostats in every room, skimcoating the cinder block walls, addition of an elevator, energy-efficient windows, and fire-suppression sprinkler system. Halls in the north and south DeBot quads have undergone phase II renovations.

Every hall has

  • a community kitchen on every floor
  • a computer lab in the basement (available only to the residents of that hall)
  • laundry facilities
  • study lounges and group meeting rooms
  • secured mailboxes
  • recreational equipment
  • recycling facilities

 Our halls are clustered in groups of four (called quads) and are located close to campus (though nothing is ever very far on UWSP’s campus).

Allen quad: May Roach, Pray-Sims, Smith halls
North DeBot quad: Burroughs, Knutzen, Thomson, Watson halls
South DeBot quad: Baldwin, Hansen, Neale, Steiner halls

All of our halls, with the exception of the Suites@201, have four floors.  Residential rooms line each side of the corridor and share common restroom facilities.

For additional information about rooms (what they look like, what’s in them), visit our room information page

General information on each residence hall can be found by clicking on the hall's web page:

Most residence halls are located on the north end of campus; Hyer Hall is located just south of Old Main.