Residential Education Plan

Students will become accountable, responsible, and engaged members of their current and future communities.

As a result of living on campus, our residents will be able to:

  • Identify resources that support their academic success and career goals.
  • Explore learning styles and strategies for success
  • Effectively manage their time and academic as well as personal commitments
  • Engage in critical thinking both inside and outside of the classroom.
  • Interact with university faculty and staff both in and outside of the residential environment.

As a result of living on campus, our residents will be able to:

  • Establish and abide by policies and community standards for residential settings
  • Engage in opportunities to learn and provide service to others in the university or surrounding communities
  • Develop meaningful relationships and effective communication skills
  • Apply self-advocacy skills in management of life tasks

As a result of living on campus, our residents will be able to:

  • Explore concepts of social justice and equity
  • Identify and explore their personal identities
  • Develop skills to engage in positive behavior and respect towards others in their community
  • Intervene and advocate for themselves and others in situations of social injustice
  • Intentional Relationships & Conversations
  • Events & Opportunities
  • Field Trips
  • Bulletin Boards / Visual Displays 
  • Hall Councils & Advisory Boards
  • Floor / Hall Meetings
  • Community Standards
  • Roommate Relationships
  • Conflict Management
  • Structured Mediation
  • Dialogue Groups
  • Community Service
  • Pre-Tests / Post-Tests
  • Micro-Surveys & Surveys
  • Evaluations
  • Focus Groups
  • Resident Feedback
  • Demonstrated Behaviors