Residential Programs provides student support and programming in the residence halls to make your experience engaging, meaningful, and gratifying.
Our living and learning environment comprises seventeen undergraduate residence halls, including communities for first-year students, upper-level students, and our eight Program Houses as well as residential communities for Graduate and Professional students.
We promote the intrinsic value and worth of the individual in a welcoming and inclusive community.
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Become a Residential Student Congress (RSC) representative for your hall. The RSC strives to give students a voice in their residential communities through programming, advocacy, and leadership. Find out how to become a representative in your community by talking to your RA or RHD.
CIAs serve as a resource for the community and resident advisors in the areas of programming and resolving conflicts involving social identity issues. They are role models within the community by receiving on-going training designed to recognize their own identities and how it affects their view of the world, encouraging dialogue among students, discussing on-campus resources and working toward the creation of truly inclusive communities. The CIAs assume an active role in the advancement of multiculturalism and social justice by engaging their peers through community development, celebration, and dialogue.
Interested in being a CIA? Apply online - applications are due Friday, September 23.
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