Dale and Ruth Michels Hall
Michels Hall is a three-story, coeducational service-learning hall housing 118 students. Fourteen suite-style rooms are available to groups of eight students.
Michels has a central lobby with a television, kitchen, couches and study tables. Laundry and vending machines are available on the first floor, and study rooms are available on each floor of Michels. This residence hall requires a residential meal plan based on your class standing.
Each common room is furnished with:
- Padded couch
- Two padded chairs
- Table and four chairs
- Full-size refrigerator
Each bedroom is furnished with:
- Two beds (pre-bunked)
- Large closet
- Two dressers
- Two desks and chairs
- Door length mirror
The Michels Hall Service Program* is a living-learning service opportunity available to sophomores, juniors, and seniors at St. Norbert College with the help of the Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning.
Students apply for the program in groups of eight with the intention of living together in Michels Hall and completing an academic year of service to a specific community organization that serves children and/or families in the Brown County area. Examples of previous community partners include the Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay, Freedom House Ministries and the Greater Green Bay YMCA.
Each group must identify a suite representative within the group who will work alongside them throughout the year. Students will be required to reflect upon their service and share their experience with other members of the program and campus community.
The Michels Hall Service Program will help students develop a deeper understanding of how actions in the community connect to St. Norbert College and the common good while inspiring them to adopt a lifelong commitment to service.
*Information detailing the application process can be found under the application requirements.
The Michels staff consists of three resident assistants, one associate hall director and one hall director. All are live-in positions.