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Laux Hall FAQs
 

Are all of the rooms in Laux the same?
118, 218, 318 & 418: These rooms have an extra closet with shelving and some additional area.
101, 201, 236, 301, 336, 401, 436: These rooms are wider than a normal room and offer approximately 2-3 feet of additional width to the room.

Can I get my deposit back?
Yes, you are allowed to get your deposit back if you notify the Office of Residence Life by May 1st that you will not be living in the Residence Hall for the following academic year. Contact Carol Beckerjeck (cbeckerjeck@uwlax.edu) to cancel contract and request a refund of your deposit.

What leadership opportunities are there in Laux?
There is a hall council executive team for Laux Hall. These individuals apply to represent Laux and are voted in by the residents of Laux. The hall council executives help put on programs in the hall, create awareness about a variety of topics, and help make Laux a better living environment from feedback they get from the residents.

Wing representatives are elected typically at the first wing meeting. These individuals serve on a programming committee and a hall issues and improvements committee. Both hall council executive and wing representatives are exciting and great opportunities to meet people, gain leadership skills, and make a difference!

 

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What work opportunities are there in Laux Hall?
There is the opportunity to work at the Laux Front Desk. Half of the desk staff is hired in the spring for the following academic year. The other half will be hired within the first week of fall semester. The Front Desk is a great place to work if you like to meet new people! More information can be found here. There are also Assistant Housekeeper positions available. The timeline for applying and selection is the same for the Front Desk. Both positions are a year-long commitment. Check your email for notifications on these fun and exciting positions.
Last Updated: 8-22-11