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Welcome to Brockert Hall
Named after J. C. Brockert and built in 1967, Brockert Hall provides accommodations for 180 men and 85 women and is located in the Circle. A very popular hall among first year students, Brockert Hall is ideally located close to the disk golf course, outdoor basketball courts, softball fields, and Memorial Park. Brockert provides and close community atmosphere and is very active in Homecoming. One of the traditional programs hosted by Brockert Hall each spring is the Circle egg hunt in which the grassy area between the circle halls is covered in plastic eggs and filled with candy and prizes. The study lounges and the main lobby of Brockert were updated in the spring of 2012. The Karen Cushman Multifunction Room is utilized by the Hall Council and outside organizations and provides and nice space for students and staff to utilize for large activities and events.
From the Desk of the Resident Director
Holy moly, it’s April! Whoa! There are only a few more weeks of school left and with that there are several pieces of information I wanted to share with you.
April Break is April 18-21. Brockert will close at 6:00 PM on April 17 and reopen at 5:00 PM on April 20. If you are interested in staying in Brockert over break, or for part of it, please go to the Brockert Hall Front Desk and sign up. From there your card will be coded so that you have access into the building. April Break is the perfect opportunity to bring things home that you no longer need. Please take some time to look around your room and take things home before the end of the year. You will be thankful you did, when it comes time to check-out of the building in May.
Are you registered for classes? Make sure to check PioneerLink for your registration time so you can get into all the fun classes for next semester!
Brockert Egg Hunt is coming up! On April 15, the circle will be filled with colorful plastic Easter eggs. Some will have candy and some may have semi-valuable prizes. This is an event you don’t want to miss!
If there is anything I can do to help you before the school year ends, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. For many of you, this is your first year of college and transitioning from independence back into your parents’ home might be a little difficult. I can help you with some suggestions and tips to have a successful transition back to your home.
Be safe and be well,
Brockert Hall Resident Director
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