Hyer (formerly South) Hall
Hyer Hall will be closed for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Hyer Hall serves as home to individuals who are 21 years of age or older prior to the semester in which they reside begins. Most rooms are single occupancy. The entire hall is a
quiet living community.
Hyer Hall is located kitty-corner from the Main Building and so is a little off by itself. That seems to work well for the residents of this hall who tend to be concentrating on completing their studies at UW-Stevens Point.
Effective fall 2010, South Hall was re-named Hyer Hall.The original Hyer Hall was located on the northeast corner of the residence hall communities where the Suites@201 now stands.
Women and men are housed in a "scattered" room configuration; restroom facilities are assigned as men on first and fourth, women on second and third.
Frank S. Hyer,the hall's name sake, served as president of the then State Teachers College from 1930-38. A previous resident of Stevens Point, Hyer was president of the State Teachers College in Whitewater prior to his return to Stevens Point. Under Hyer's direction, the school officially recognized a number of student organizations that had previously existed "outside" of the college. Student life developed under Hyer to include glee clubs, formation of a band, and athletic programs.
Locate Hyer Hall on the
UW-Stevens Point campus map. It is in the southeast corner of campus.
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