Location: Central Campus/Athletic Campus across from IM Building
Meal Serving Unit: No
Resident Population and Composition:
Approximately 70 students; 60% male 40% female; primarily upperclass-level and graduate only.
Resident Staff Size, Composition, Special Features:
1 Head Resident; 2 Resident Advisors.
Student Government/House Council/Minority Councils:
Fletcher House Council
Special Corridor/House Arrangements:
6 substance-free rooms, 66 non-smoking rooms.
Kitchen and cooking facilities in the basement; parking lot.
4 Macintosh computers in unmonitored cluster, laser printer.
Study Space Description:
Study space available in basement.
Large basement rooms.
Public Area Space:
Reading room (by mailboxes); basement rooms.
Originally all-male, became coed in 1989.
Professional Staff in Building:
Office Coordinator, student temporary office employees and Resident Staff Manager from another building supervises 1 housekeeper and monitors maintenance requests. Coordinator of Residence Education located in Oxford.
Fletcher Hall was built by a group of alumni known as the Dormitories Corporation. The original purpose of the residence hall was to offer low-cost housing for male students. Unfortunately, the facility was unable to survive and for $13,000, U-M purchased Fletcher Hall along with its back taxes and expenses for receivership. Since 1933, the University has remodeled the inside of Fletcher Hall several time - including changing the rooms from doubles to singles and eventually into triple suites. Fletcher Hall now houses co-educational, upper class-level students.
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