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CHAPTER FIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

The purpose of this research was to provide a historical

account of the housing operation at the University of Wisconsin

La

Crosse.

Furthermore

it

was

this

writer's

intent

to

document

and highlight those individuals who have served in the

housemother/head resident/hall director role at the University

through the years.

Through the months of research many interesting revelations

were

unfolded.

It's

hard

for

one

to

imagine

that

a

mere

thirty five years ago there were no residence halls on campus.

But thanks to the efforts of Dean Cartwright and many dedicated

others,

slowly but surely on campus housing began to be

provided. It's office bUilding To imagine that amusing to mull

strange to think that Wilder Hall, now an for student services, was once a dormitory.

an office

was

over.

As

one

once a living quarters strolls by the parking

is lot

which was once Grandview it was once a dormitory.

Hall How

its incredible to think that exciting it must have been for

those involved to see the residence halls constructed one by one and the growth of student services that accompanied it. To quote Dean Cartwright, "those years were a very exciting time at the University, I was very fortunate to have been a part of it" (Cartwright, 1986).

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