Student Community Development

Student Community Development:

In addition to the events offered by the House’s resident groups for particular student communities, the House also coordinates events that support identity development and community building among our constituent groups. These events offer an informal time for attendees to come together to network and learn about the related resources in the House and across campus.

New Year Programming:

During the first month of the new year, the House holds affinity group receptions for our international students, student-athletes, graduate and professional students, multiracial and transracially adopted students, LGBTQ students, faculty and administrators/staff.

Black Women’s Retreat:

This annual retreat offer attendees the opportunity to recommit to radical self-love and care for self as we hold up our communities and to reconnect with one another as sources of encouragement and inspiration. This retreat is open to undergraduate, graduate/professional students, faculty, and staff/administrators who self-identify as Black women. Participants travel to the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health in March for a restorative weekend together. For more information and to apply, click here.