Gertrude S. Bergstrom Hall
Honors Activities in Bergstrom Hall
Honors residential activities are coordinated by the Resident Assistants, Director of the Honors Program and Honors residents and have included:
- Opening picnic with Honors faculty and students
- Honors Council Meetings
- Tour of the Norbertine Abbey with dinner
- Leadership workshops, movie nights and study breaks
- End of the year closing dinner with Senior Honors students
All first year residential students admitted into the Honors Program at St. Norbert College will be assigned to the Honors Residential Community in Bergstrom Hall. Priority for placement for Bergstrom will be given to students admitted to the Honors Program.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I room with a student who is not in the Honors Program?
A: Honors students may request either Honors or non-Honors roommates. Both students must submit each other's name on their housing application. Non-Honors roommate requests will be honored if spaces remain in the hall after all Honors students have been assigned. At that point, roommates not in the Honors Program requests will be honored according to the deposit date of the student in the Honors Program.
Q: Do I get a price discount if I choose to live on one of the Honors floors?
A: No, we do not offer students discounts on housing. The primary benefits of the Honors floors are their unique community and atmosphere.
Q: What types of activities can I expect on an Honors floor?
A: Activities will vary greatly depending on the interests of the residents on the floors. The floors' Resident Assistant are their primary source of event planning and community building, but the Honors Program Director will also work with them in order to provide unique opportunities such as faculty dinners, academic/professional workshops, speakers, trips, and other events. Residents should feel free to talk to and/or work with their RAs in order to suggest or plan activities that fit their interests and hobbies.
Q: I'm interested in becoming a Resident Assistant for Honors Housing - what should I do?
A: We are always looking for enthusiastic students to become leaders in Honors Housing. In order to be a Resident Assistant for one of the Honors floors, you must first successfully complete the RA application process administered by Residential Education & Housing. Applications are generally available in December and due sometime in early February. You must indicate your interest and participation in Honors to Residential Education & Housing on your application and during the RA placement process.
Q: I still need more information - where should I go now?
A: You are always welcome to contact the Director of the Honors Program, Dr. Marcie Paul with any questions or concerns related to the program. If you have questions related to details about the residence halls, questions about your housing application, roommates or move-in day, please see our New Students web page. If you still have questions, please call 920-403-3360 and speak to our Housing Assignment Coordinator or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
About your room:
Typical room layout
Each room is furnished with:
- Two bunkable beds
- Two closets
- Two dressers
- Two desks and chairs
- Full-length mirror
- Medicine cabinet
- Bulletin board
Each room has wireless internet and cable tv access.
directions to Bergstrom Hall
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St. Norbert College
100 Grant Street
De Pere, WI 54115-2099