Welcome New Students!
Whether you have been thinking about what your college residence hall will be like forever or this is the first time that you have given it any thought, the following page will answer many of the questions you may have regarding life here at St. Norbert College.
Since, by its nature, St. Norbert is a four-year residential college, all students must live on campus. Housing is a huge part about life at St. Norbert College and SNC students have many housing options including residential halls, apartments, townhouses, and college-owned houses.We even have halls dedicated to community service initiatives. As you progress through your four years, you have the option of choosing increasingly independent options, from residence halls your first year, to college-owned houses your senior year.
FALL 2013 CHECK-IN
If you are moving into one of the seven traditional residence halls (Madelaine, Lorraine, Bergstrom, Mary Minnihan McCormick, Burke, Sensenbrenner, Victor McCormick, and Michels) you will need to check in directly at that hall. If there is not a table set up for check-ins, please call the RA on duty phone number for that hall. Those numbers are posted around the building.
If you are checking into an Upper Class living area (Riverside, VanderZanden, Townhouses, Carriage Houses, Gries, and College Houses) the protocol is slightly different. You may check in with the rest of the Continuing Students directly at the REH office in Todd Wehr Hall room 111. If you need or would like to check in any time after that, you will need to check in at either Victor McCormick Hall or Madelaine/Lorraine Hall. Those moving into Riverside or VanderZanden will check in at Madelaine/Lorraine, while those moving into Townhouses, Carriage Houses, Gries, or College Houses will be checking in at Victor McCormick Hall. Please call the RA on duty at that hall and the RA will assist you.
If you have any questions regarding the check-in process, please call us at (920)403-3360.