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Office of Residence Life

Housing

Richard Liebl Hall

Tom Haevers Hall opened in the fall of 2004 and offers fully-furnished four-bedroom apartments with private bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, and air-conditioning, with a capacity of 122 students, located adjacent to the Shorewood Golf Course and near the main pathway to campus academic buildings.

The 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.

Richard J. Liebl Hall At a Glance:  
Number of Units 31
Residents 122
Coed Yes
Private Bedrooms Yes
Private Bathrooms Yes
Vacation Housing Yes
Summer Housing Yes
Dining Required No
ADA Accessible Yes
Elevator Yes
Smoke Free Yes
Alcohol Permitted Yes

Mailing Address

Resident's Name
Resident's Campus Box Number
3304 Thompson Court
Green Bay, WI 54311

Furnishings per student
  • Extra-long twin bed
    (may be junior-lofted)
  • Dresser
  • Desk with hutch,
    lamp, and chair
  • Closet
  • High-speed internet jack
Furnishings per apartment
  • Vanity area with sink
  • Private shower and toilet
  • Kitchenette with full-size 
    refrigerator and range
  • Kitchen table and chairs
  • Living room with couch,
    end tables, and chairs
  • Wi-fi throughout housing
  • Cable television access (HD)
  • Blinds or drapes
  • Electronic card plus PIN secured
  • Carpeted rooms

About Richard Liebl

Richard J. (Dick) Liebl, a lifelong resident of Brown County, was owner and president of Liebl Construction LLC, the construction company that developed 16 residence halls at UW-Green Bay since the mid-1980s.

Liebl was known for his dedication and professionalism in building quality, affordable housing for UW-Green Bay students. He has worked closely with University Village Housing, Inc. (UVHI), the private, nonprofit corporation that has financed the construction of residence halls at UW-Green Bay.

He served as an active member of the Green Bay community as a longtime member of the Home Builders Association, former president of the local chapter of the Great Lakes sport Fishermen, volunteer with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and as a founder of the Special Olympics Fish-O-Rama program.

Richard J. Liebl Hall brought the total on-campus housing capacity to about 1,800 students (at that time).

About Duane (Dewey) E. Schrader

Duane E. (Dewey) Schrader and his civic spirit helped him to become an early and influential advocate of student housing at UW-Green Bay.

As vice president-business banking for Associated Bank in the 1980s, Schrader led the effort to involve Green Bay Bank in supporting University village Housing, Inc. and the construction of residence halls at UW-Green Bay. His community activities have also included leadership positions with Options for Independent Living, the Optimist Club of Green Bay and its foundation, and the Service Corps of Retired Executives.