Residential life offers an array of smaller theme houses for sophomore, junior, and senior students. These houses are intentionally focused living-learning spaces that bring students together for an enhanced residential experience. Occupancy in each house is limited, ranging from five to 12 students, and offers a more independent style of living with each house having its own full kitchen and living space.
The Dean of Students Office accepts proposals from the student body to create special interest houses that focus on a specific theme. The theme should contribute to the broader educational and social growth of the community.
- A theme house centered around a particular academic or intellectual pursuit, e.g., an interest house with a focus on student/faculty research.
- A theme house to support a common interest, e.g., substance-free social programming, hunting and fishing, health and wellness, etc.
- A Greek organization with a mission and plan to provide meaningful social, service, philanthropic, and leadership experiences.