General Code/Programming

Governing Documents & Legislation

Programming Resources

Need one of the following a year and one social program a month:

Campus Residences’ Educational Priorities

Hall Council Programming Model/Requirements

Residence Hall Councils are to program according to the Learning Outcomes and categories set by Residential programs.  Additional programs may occur outside of these categories.  The only requirement is that Hall Councils plan a program from each category within the academic year.  The additional category is social competence which we highly recommend hall councils provide a focus on to provide community development within their buildings.

Academic Success

  • Identify at least two campus academic support services.
  • Identify links between academic major/minor and career opportunities.
  • Make use of reference material, research sources (electronic and printed) and library services.
  • Obtain the information necessary to declare a major by the end of sophomore year.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the value and consequences of academic dishonesty and the value and consequences of academic integrity.

Civic Engagement

  • Articulate political issues important to them.
  • Engage in respectful and productive debates on current issues
  • Identify resources on campus for volunteer and how they benefit a resident.
  • Develop an awareness of issues that impact the campus, local, state, or national government.

Multiculturalism and Diversity

  • Define areas of personal diversity through interactions with peers.
  • Identify at least two campus resources/allies related to diversity.
  • Identify oppressive behavior.
  • Describe strategies to challenge oppressive behavior.
  • Openly discuss issues of diversity.

Personal Health and Safety

  • Differentiate between responsible and irresponsible alcohol use.
  • Identify healthy behaviors as they relate to nutrition, exercise, sleep, or healthy lifestyle.
  • Outline responsible sexual behaviors and boundaries.
  • Understand a resident’s role in creating a safe community.

Self-Exploration and Identity Formation

  • Identify ways to resolve conflict without outside assistance.
  • Take steps to manage personal decision-making process.
  • Define clear vocational, post-graduation goals by the end of their junior year.
  • Differentiate between healthy and unhealthy relationships.
  • Demonstrate a sense of self-awareness.

Social Interaction

  • Residents will interact with their peers in a social and inclusive setting