Location: North Campus
Meal Serving Unit: Yes
Extended Hours: Yes
Yes, Special Feature - Omelets made to order, and Belgian Waffles
Resident Population and Composition:
1,300 first-year and sophomore residents; Music, Art, Architecture, Engineering, Nursing, Literature Science & the Arts students.
Resident Staff Size, Composition, Special Features:
32 Resident Advisors, 4 Resident Directors, 1 Minority Peer Advisor, 1 Minority Peer Advisor Assistant, 1 Head Librarian, 1 Resident Computer Systems Consultant, 1 Academic Peer Advisor.
Student Government/House Council/Minority Councils:
Bursley Council, including 4 Wing councils; Bursley Family.
Special Corridor/House Arrangements:
6 Co-ed floors, 8 Substance-free floors, 24 Smoke-free floors.
Game room, snack bar, 9 floor lounges, 2 music practice rooms.
16 Power Macintosh computers, 6 Pentium II IBM computers, 1 laser printer.
Study Space Description:
Library-MIRLYN access, Study Lounge.
Conference room, Martin Luther King, Jr. Lounge, McGreahm/Siwik Lounge, East Lounge, West Lounge, Community Room, Northbar Snack Bar, hall lounges (in house only).
Bursley Show; Street Party in Spring
Bursley Community Volunteers - community service program.
Professional Staff in Building:
On-site dining Services and Building Facilities Managers. Staff supervised by Coordinator of Residence Education: Office Coordinator, Office Assistant, resident staff, student temporary employees, and Housing Security Officer.
Completed in 1967, Bursley Hall cost $7.5 million to build. The U-M Regents authorized the building of Bursley in 1956, but the project was put on hold due to financial constraints. Bursley is the first University residence hall to implement the "scramble" method of selecting food in the dining area, and to offer soft-serve ice cream and soft drinks on a daily basis. From its inception, Bursley has been a co-educational facility, with coed living arrangements by corridor commencing in 1971.
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