Fletcher Hall houses only first year students and participates in the LIFE (Learning in a First-Year Environment) program. Fletcher is a four-floor building, housing men and women on alternating wings of each floor. The hall has a strong tradition of participation in Homecoming and Winter Carnival.
Facilities include washer and dryer units on each floor and in the basement, a study lounge on each floor, large recreation room in the basement and a full kitchen. Also located in the basement is a computer lab open to all residents of Fletcher Hall.
Fletcher Hall is located across the street from Reeve Union, at the intersection of Irving and Elmwood Avenue.
Walter H. Fletcher
Fletcher Hall, opened in 1964, was named after Walter H. Fletcher.
Fletcher was the director of the Union High School Course and an instructor of junior high school mathematics and elementary science from 1918-1944.
He was a graduate of Dartmouth College in 1900 and also taught Latin and News Writing during his 46 years at Oshkosh.
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