Our staff, along with the support of our students staff, plan and create a range of programs and events throughout the year that help students engage and relax outside of the classroom. Typical events in the past include:
- Fall Fun in the Fresh Food Café
- Late Night Breakfast
- Relay for Life
- Bus trip to Washington, DC, for the Cherry Blossom Festival
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Faculty Student Interaction
FSI is chaired by two graduate students who work as members of the Residential Life staff and the program aims to bridge the gap between the academic and residential settings on campus. These events connect students and faculty in an environment that is free of the formality and limitations of the customary student-professor relationships, and help enhance student’s personal growth and development. Faculty participants have commented on the strength of the program and how they have enjoyed learning about the intricacies, dynamics, and pressures of student life from the students themselves.
Resident Advisory Board
RAB is chaired by two Community Advisors who work as members of the Residential Life staff, and an additional 20 undergraduate student directors assist to plan both small and large-scale programs mainly for students living in the residence halls. The events are meant to provide residents of university housing with an opportunity to engage with others, and interact with new students in an attempt to build a strong residential community. The goal is to plan and carry out various social, recreational, and educational events that students will enjoy and benefit from.