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Sackett Hall has a kitchen on the main floor that's available for resident use 24/7. It includes a full-size refrigerator, freezer, oven, cooktop, sink, and microwave. Cooking equipment is available for checkout from the front desk. In addition, each floor has a shared microwave for resident use.
Sackett Hall has multiple spacious lounges throughout the building where residents can socialize, study, and relax. Sackett lounges are equipped with cable TV, games, couches, and study areas, and are available to residents 24/7.
Sackett offers single and double rooms. There are seven different Sackett room configurations; many Sackett rooms come with sleeping porches, which are small separate rooms adjacent to the main living area which can be closed off for a quiet sleeping or study area.
Sackett beds can be bunked or lofted with a UHDS rental loft kit. Depending on the room configuration, many Sackett rooms come with beds that are already bunked or lofted with a complimentary bunk or loft kit.
Honors College: Sackett Hall, G Wing, is one of two homes for the Honors College Living-Learning Community, in addition to West Hall. Honors College students who want to live with a roommate who is not in the Honors College can live in F wing.
Study-Intensive: A Wing of Sackett Hall is home to a study-intensive community for students who are seeking a living space that's quiet and conducive to studying beyond the standard quiet hours observed in all residence halls.
Second Year and Above: B Wing of Sackett Hall houses a community of Second Year and Above students who have already completed at least one year of college.
The resident director is a professional staff member who lives in Sackett Hall and supervises the student staff members. 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 Sackett Hall include Resident Assistants (RAs); an Academic Learning Assistant (ALA) and a Community Relations Facilitator (CRF). 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 residential area director is a professional staff member who lives on campus and supervises several resident directors. The RAD also advises the area councils that represent on-campus residents, and can help students find campus leadership opportunities.