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Thomas Hall

Thomas Hall

Named after Katharine Thomas who was a member of the first faculty (Teacher Education, 1916-1946).

Thomas Hall, the smallest residence hall on campus, was built in 1955 and provides accommodations for approximately 73 men and 71 women. It also has special rooms for students with disabilities and elevator access to all floors.

Thomas Hall is also home to the Global Learning Community (GLC) and the Spanish Housing Learning Community. Please view Housing and Residence Life's Living Learning Communities site for more information.

The residence hall is located on lower campus, on the Chippewa River near academic buildings and the McIntyre Library.

Feel free to explore Thomas Hall's website and find out what it has to offer. I am sure you can find something that will pique your interest! Should you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact the Thomas Hall Director at 715-836-4386 or email the Housing Office.

Thomas Hall

Where is Thomas Hall?

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