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Tom Haevers Hall

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Tom Haevers Hall opened in the fall of 2004 and offers fully-furnished four-bedroom private bedroom apartments. Each apartment has bathrooms, kitchens and air-conditioning. With a capacity of 122 students, Haevers Hall is located adjacent to the Shorewood Center and near the main pathway to campus academic buildings.

Private Room Apartments
Tom Haevers Hall exterior

Haevers Hall At a Glance

Experience comfortable and convenient college living in the recently remodeled Tom Haevers Hall.


Private Bedroom Apartment

Meal Plan


Year Built

Opened 2004


122 Students


31 Rooms


For Student Convenience

See Yourself In Haevers

Haevers Hall apartments are available in mostly in four-bedroom units, but there is also one two-bedroom unit in this building.

4-Bedroom Layout

Haevers Hall comprises mostly four-bedroom apartments, with a total of 30 units of this type layout. Each four-bedroom apartment in Haevers Hall is roughly 1,102 square feet in size and features four private bedrooms, a living room, kitchen and bathroom.

2-Bedroom Alternate

Haevers Hall 305 is a two-bedroom apartment with a unique slant.

2D Floor Plan

About Haevers Hall

Tom Haevers Hall provides fully-furnished apartments with private bedrooms for each student.

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Campus Location

Haevers Hall is located adjacent to the Shorewood Center, Cofrin Arboretum and near the main pathway to campus academic buildings.

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UWGB student checking her campus box for mail

Mailing Address

Sending mail to a Haevers Hall resident? Below is how their address should be written.

[Resident's Name]
Campus Box [Resident's Campus Box #]
3302 Thompson Court
Green Bay, WI 54311

Mailroom Information

Staff Contact

To guarantee your round-the-clock support, we have housing staff working 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Below is the staff contact information specific to Tom Haevers Hall.

Haevers Hall Staff

Each floor of Haevers Hall has a Resident Mentor (RM), a trained student who lives in the building and oversees about 30 students each. Their primary role is to help develop community on your floor or wing, but they also are trained in peer guidance, leadership development, crisis intervention and establishing community standards. The table below lists the room and phone number of the RMs in Haevers Hall.

Room Phone Number
109A 920-465-5895
307A 920-465-5894

Duty Staff

In the evening and on weekends, select Resident Mentors (RMs) are on duty to handle your after-hours needs and concerns. Tom Haevers Hall has an assigned pair of RMs that oversee nearby buildings* each night. Resident Mentors are on duty from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on school nights and 9 p.m. to 3 a.m Friday and Saturday. During these times you can reach RM staff at the following duty numbers.

Duty Staff Phone Number
Primary Duty RM 920-412-6341
Secondary Duty RM 920-412-6342

*Haevers Hall shares primary and secondary duty staff with Arlene Walter, Byron Walter, Josephine Lenfestey, Ted Lenfestey, Ed Thompson, Richard Liebl, and Keith Pamperin Halls.

Tip: It's a good idea to keep these RM duty phone numbers in your room or apartment and in your cell phone contact list. That way they are handy if and when you need to ask for some assistance.

About Tom Haevers

Tom Haevers

Tom Haevers served as the first Director of Residence Life and helped develop quality, affordable on-campus housing and an active student community at UW-Green Bay. Haevers, a Green Bay native, joined the University in 1980 just as it was purchasing its first student housing—a privately developed apartment complex adjacent to the campus. By the time he retired in 2001, the housing "village" had developed into a park-like setting with 24 buildings and room to accommodate over 1900 students.

Haevers helped build a dynamic residence life program, supervised staff growth and promoted initiatives enhancing the on-campus atmosphere and student retention. His work earned him the UW-Green Bay Founders Association Award for Excellence in Academic support in 2000.

About Tom Maki

Tom MakiThe Tom Maki Living Learning Center, located on the first floor of Tom Haevers Hall, provides a meeting and gathering place to promote collaboration and community learning, special events and activities and small group meetings.

Tom Maki served as vice chancellor for business and finance at UW-Green Bay from 1991 to 2011. A native of Marinette, he joined the University in 1978. This Living Learning Center recognizes the vice chancellor for business and finance and his administrative leadership in helping UW-Green Bay build quality, affordable student housing.

Mike Reily

Have Questions?

Sometimes it's easier to talk to somebody. If you have questions about living in Haevers Hall, please let us know. Each building has trained staff who can help.

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