Shreve Hall Information

Residential Life

Shreve's Residential Life staff work to foster a vibrant and dynamic interactive community by encouraging a safe and supportive enviroment for academic success and personal growth. The Residential Life program is based on a three-part foundation of Resident Assistants, Faculty Fellows, and the Shreve Club activities. We strive to enhance your residence hall experience so you enjoy your "home away from home."

Residence Amenities

  • Air-conditioned residence
  • Several Study and Recreation Lounges
  • 2 pool tables
  • 2 ping-pong tables
  • Wide screen HDTV
  • Air hockey table
  • Conference Room
  • Vending and Ice Machines
  • Laundry Room
  • Music Room

The Shreve Club

The Shreve Club, the official student organization of Shreve Hall, serves the Shreve community by providing students with opportunities to enhance their collegiate education through leadership development, representative government, and fun social and educational activities. The Shreve Club provides many social and educational opportunities throughout the year, including carnivals, paintball tournaments, and all-hall cookouts. The club also races a cart in Purdue's legendary annual Grand Prix race! In addition, Shreve residents serve children in the great Lafayette area by hosting an annual Trick-or-Treat night and participate in the community of Relay for Life.

By paying dues of $16.00 per semester, all Shreve residents are members of the club and may benefit from all service the Club provides. The officers of the Shreve Club (the Cabinet and Executive Board) develop their personal and professional leadership skills as they learn and practice personnel motivation and management, financial planning and budgeting, and program development through local, regional, and national conferences, retreats, and workshops. We encourage you to become involved in the Shreve Club - there is a place for everyone to serve, learn, and grow!!!

Faculty Fellows

Each floor of Shreve Hall is paired with a Purdue faculty or staff volunteer who will get to know you and be available as a resource and role model throughout the year. The goal of the Faculty Fellow program is to develop meaningful relationships between faculty and students outside of the classroom, to advise residents and promote student leadership, and to ease students' integration into campus life. For more information, visit the Faculty Fellows web page or email Michael Witt, Senior Faculty Fellow for Shreve Hall.