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Tuesday, January 27

Due to winter storm conditions, the University is closed today, Tuesday, Jan. 27.  Day and evening classes are canceled. An updated advisory on the status of classes and operations for tomorrow will be posted this evening. During the time that the University is closed, the Commons, Subway, and Village Market will maintain regular hours for residential dining services and the Sports Center will be open for use by residential students only. Gengras Student Union and University Libraries are closed.   snow closing guide

All Hartt Community Division activities are canceled today.

current as of 9:40 a.m., Jan. 27, 2015

Residence Hall Programming

RA Programming Provides Positive Outcomes

Living in the residence halls is more than just a place for our residents to relax, sleep, or stay between classes. It is also a learning experience within a community environment that provides positive outcomes for both the resident and their residential community.

  • Programming is an effective way to get residents involved in the floor, hall, and campus community. Programming develops a sense of unity by involving a variety of students in a learning process. Students who become actively involved in programming tend to feel more connected to the University because of their exposure to campus resources and involvement in activities.
  • Programming encourages students to seek new opportunities that they may normally not experience. Likewise, programming challenges students and staff to learn and examine values, attitudes, and beliefs.
  • Programming promotes residence halls as true learning centers. Learning is a continuous process that occurs both in and outside of the classroom. Programming can be an important influence in shaping the way a student learns.

Office of Residential Life Programming Model

Hawk Spirit and Pride

  • Examples: athletic events, Rage in the Cage, pep rally towels, Hartt School events, Art School events, campus cleanup, and UHa history.

Committed to Community

  • Examples: community service (Pack the Van, Trick or Trea for UNICEF), Burry the Buds, Mark Your Territory, Flower Planting, Campus Scavenger Hunt, RPR Signage Board, 21 Club, Hawk Hall Olympics, Haunted Basement, and E & F Luau.

Campus Collaboration and Program Support

  • Examples: Special Olympics, Relay for Life, Up Till Dawn, BSU Fashion Show, World AIDS Day, and Freshmen Fun in the Sun Day.

Intercultural Awareness

  • Examples: Tunnel of Oppression, International Week, Diversity Elevator, Luck of the Irish, Circle of Trust, Sushi Making, Salsa Dancing, Latin American Awareness Month, Black History Month, Chinese New Year, Bocce Ball Tournament, Tear Down the Wall, and Operation Breaking Stereotypes.

Personal Safety

  • Examples: You’ve Been Robbed, Social Media 101, RAD, 3 Blind Mice, Cookbook with cooking safety tips, Car Safety, the Shady People, Stalking, Identity Theft, Fire Safety, and Lock Your Doors.

Health & Wellness

  • Examples: NEDA Week, Health Sleeping Habits, Yoga, Zumba, STI/HIV, Health Eating, Massage Therapy, the Chakras, Aroma Therapy, Meditation, Condoms and Candy, Great American Smoke out, and How to De-Stress.

Life Skills

  • Examples: Cookbook, Changing Your Tires, Balancing Your Checkbook, internships, Renting Your First Apartment, Living on a Budget, First Aid and CPR, Microwave Cooking, Resume Writing, Online Shopping, Being Your Own Handy Person, the Cake Walk, Grocery Shopping and Time Management.

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