Gaming Nights

Residents gather for game night

Open and free to all University Housing residents, Gaming Nights are an opportunity for students to take a break from their hectic academic lives and spend some time relaxing. Games, refreshments, pizza, and equipment will all be provided!

Residents bring the friendly competition! Game against your friends, or play a solo game, but be sure to come play. Gaming Nights are open to all Housing Residents, not just the hall that it is being held in! 

Upcoming Gaming Nights:

  • Friday, September 15: 7-11pm - Main Lounge, Smith Hall
  • Saturday, October 7: 7-11pm - Lake Mendota Room, Dejope Hall
  • Saturday, November 4: 7-11pm - Concerto Room, Gordon Dining and Event Center
  • Saturday, December 2: 7-11pm - Lake Mendota Room, Dejope Hall

What is Gaming Night?

Gaming Night is a chance for you to hang out with your friends and meet new people while playing some of the latest video games as well as some of the classics. We also have board games, such as Munchkins, Settlers of Catan, Apples to Apples, Dominion and many more. We provide free pizza, chips, soda and much more. Come on down to one of the locations to experience it for yourself!

Games Played

We have a PS4 with FIFA 15 and NBA 2K15. We also have a WII U with Mario Kart 8, Nintendoland, Super Smash Brothers and Super Mario World. Some of the other games we have include Kinect Sports, Kinect Adventures, Dance Central 3, Halo 4, Halo: Reach, Call of Duty Black Ops, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Rock Band, Madden 13, NBA 2K13, FIFA 13, Michael Jackson Experience, and Guitar Hero projected onto HUGE SCREENS!

Tournaments

Gaming Night Champion shirts will be given to any tournament champions. If you're excited about a tournament and want to suggest a game, email us and let us know!

Feel free to bring a friend, but only University Housing residents are eligible for prizes.

Questions?

Got any questions for us? Anything sound too confusing or something unclear? We're happy to answer them! Please email sami.head@housing.wisc.edu  with any questions or concerns.