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R. E. Small Hall

Not So Small

Located alongside the Community Center.

R. E. Small Hall opened in 1987 and is recently remodeled, offering fully-furnished rooms shared by two residents. Each room has a private bathroom and shower, vanity area and sink. Small Hall is located in the community of Small, Vanderperren and Warren Halls and is near the Community Center and parking lot.

Residence Halls

R. E. Small Hall dormitory building

Small Hall at a Glance

Experience comfortable and convenient college living in R. E. Small Hall.


Residence Hall

Meal Plan


Shared Room

2 Students Per Room

Year Built

Opened 1987


60 Students


30 Rooms

See Yourself in Small Hall

rendering of a uwgb dorm room viewed from the top

Room Layout

Each room is roughly 238 square feet in size and features a private bathroom with a shower, as well as a vanity area and sink. The extra long twin beds can be junior lofted to slide the dressers below or can be stacked as bunk beds.

About Small Hall

R. E. Small Hall provides fully-furnished rooms shared by two students.

Small Hall marked on a map

Campus Location

R. E. Small Hall is located in the community of Small, Vanderperren and Warren Halls and is near the Community Center and parking lot.

See it on the map

UWGB student checking her campus box for mail

Mailing Address

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

[Resident's Name]
Campus Box [Resident's Campus Box #]
3352 Leon Bond Drive
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 R.E. Small Hall.

Small Hall Staff

Two floors of Small 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 Small Hall.

RoomPhone Number

Duty Staff

In the evening and on weekends, select Resident Mentors (RMs) are on duty to handle your after-hours needs and concerns. R. E. Small 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 StaffPhone Number
Primary Duty RM920-412-6338
Secondary Duty RM920-412-6337

*Small Hall shares primary and secondary duty staff with Cletus Vanderperren, Robert Warren Halls, apartments 3312, 3316, 3318, 3322, 3324, 3326, 3332, and 3334.

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.

First Gen Phoenix Living Learning Community

First Gen Community

R. E. Small Hall is home to the First Gen Phoenix Living Community. The First Gen Phoenix Living Learning Community is an inclusive living environment for students who identify as first-generation college students, meaning neither parent has a four year college degree. The First Gen Phoenix not only live on the same floor, but also attend a class and events together. The community helps build a strong support network and foster lifelong friendships with other students experiencing a similar transition to college. Students in the LLC will take a first year seminar course together and will interact with faculty both inside and outside the classroom.

The First Gen Phoenix Living Learning Community is one of several thematic and academic residential communities available in UW-Green Bay on-campus housing. These communities are designed to provide students with unique living experiences that enhance their academic and personal growth.

Residential Communities

About Rudy Small

Rudy E. Small was born in Milwaukee in 1922. Educated at Northwestern University in the field of engineering and employed professionally in Green Bay's paper industry in sales and marketing, In 1963, Mr. Small became the standard bearer of the campaign to establish a four-year university in Northeastern Wisconsin.

As chairman of citizen committees, he was a persistent, energetic and effective leader on behalf of the educational needs of the region. In the years following authorization of the University, he has encouraged the university to grow, and to fulfill its potential. Mr. Small passed away in 1993.

His achievements: 1963 — Chairman, Chamber of Commerce Education Committee; 1964-1965 — Chairman, six-county Northeastern Wisconsin Education Committee; 1965 — Chairman, University Site Selection Committee; 1966-1976 — Chairman, UW-Green Bay Business Advisory Committee; 1973 — Charter Member, UW-Green Bay Founders Association.

Rudy Small
Nick Lauer

Have Questions?

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

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