University Relations and Communications

Halloween Hall-Wide enters eighth year

October 27, 2014



Office for Community Involvement, 896-5815
Aaron Clingingsmith, University Relations, 657-2243


Bring your little ghosts and goblins to trick-or-treat with the MSU Billings family on Wednesday, Oct. 29. 


MSU BILLINGS NEWS SERVICES — MSU Billings residence hall students will once again host Halloween hall-wide.


two jack-o-lanterns

Students who live in the residence halls, their resident assistants and other volunteers will turn Petro Hall into a fun and safe trick-or-treating venue on Wednesday, Oct. 29.  Halloween hall-wide starts at 6 p.m. and is open to the community.  There will be treats as well as carnival activities in the Student Union Building atrium and the campus store.


Housing residents and MSUB staff anticipate a lot of interest because it gives youngsters and their families a safe and fun-filled way to start Halloween festivities.


“This is the fifth time I have been a part of Halloween hall-wide and it keeps getting better every year,” remarked interim associate dean of students, Jeff Rosenberry. “We have something for everyone in the family.”


Last year, nearly 500 trick-or-treaters came through the residence halls and the RAs, in conjunction with the Office for Community Involvement, are planning for a similar turnout this year. MSU Billings residence hall students and their RAs will decorate the halls and serve as guides for each group.


The event is funded by MSUB Housing and Residential Life, residence hall staff and volunteer donations.


For more information, contact the Office for Community involvement at 896-5815