Scott Hall (North and South Scott)
The largest residence hall on campus, Scott Hall consists of two connected 10-story housing facilities, North Scott and South Scott. The hall’s floors offer scattered, coed or all women’s living options.
Residents of both towers share a large main lounge, which includes a kitchen, big-screen TV, baby grand piano and ping-pong, foosball and pool tables. The main desk provides many items including games, kitchen equipment and a change machine.
Scott Hall also has its own dining facility, Scotty’s, offering a convenience store, fresh subs and a Pizza Hut. Other hall facilities include a study lounge on every floor, laundry room and a computer lab.
Located on one of Oshkosh’s main roads, Wisconsin Avenue, Scott Hall is located next to Blackhawk Commons and within a short walking distance from off-campus dining.
LOUISE E. SCOTT
Scott Hall, built in 1967, was named after Louise E. Scott, a faculty member in the Department of Education from 1929-1962.
Scott graduated from the University of Iowa in 1920 and received her master’s degree in Elementary Education in 1928.
During her 33 years, she taught history and social sciences at the junior high school, and Latin and social study methods to college students at the Oshkosh Normal School.
Scott was also an adviser to the Sawdust City Chapter of Junior Historians.
North Scott Hall Statistics
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South Scott Hall Statistics
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Scott Hall Blue Prints
North Scott 2nd - 10th Floor: Click To Enlarge
South Scott 2nd - 10th Floor : Click To Enlarge