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McNary Hall has a full kitchen on the first floor that's available for residents to use 24/7. It has a full-size refrigerator, freezer, cooktop, microwave, and oven. Cooking equipment is available for checkout from the front desk. In addition, each floor has a shared microwave for resident use.
McNary Hall has a large lounge on the first floor with games, couches, study space and cable television. It's available to residents 24/7. In addition, there are multiple other study spaces throughout the building and a classroom on the first floor.
Health & Well-Being: McNary is home to the Health & Well-Being Living-Learning Community, a partnership with the College of Science and the College of Public Health & Human Sciences. It's a community for students who are excited about health and science, especially the intersection of these fields and the perspective of improving our communities across Oregon and beyond. It is highly recommended, but not required, for students pursuing science and health degrees.
Mindfulness: The second floor (west wing) of McNary is home to the Mindfulness Living-Learning Community, for students who are interested in exploring balance and meaning in their lives. The Mindfulness Community is a partnership with the School of Psychological Sciences and with Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) but is open to any interested student.
Second Year & Above: The second floor (east wing) of McNary is home to a community for Second Year and Above students.
Single-Gender: The third floor east wing of McNary is a single-gender wing for students identifying as women and the third floor west wing is a wing for students identifying as a man.
Study-Intensive: The fourth floor (east wing) of McNary is a Study-Intensive community.
The Resident Director is a professional staff member who lives in McNary Hall and supervises the student staff members of McNary Hall and Dixon Lodge. Contact the resident director for help transitioning to college life, room changes and roommate issues, guidance and support.
The live-in student staff members of McNary Hall include Resident Assistants, a Community Relations Facilitor and an Academic Learning Assistant. Contact student staff members with questions about your building as well as for help with personal, social and academic needs, and general community issues.
The Area Director for Academic Initiatives (ADAI) is a professional staff member who lives on campus and supervises several resident directors. The ADAI supervises Academic Learning Assistants in the hall and collaborates with university partners to promote academic success for campus residents.