Residence life programming is designed to provide residential students with a variety of programs and social activities to compliment their educational pursuits and enhance their on-campus living experience. Our programming model, entitled Living & Learning Programming offers our students quality program offerings, held convenient times and locations as well as great incentives such as refreshments and door prizes. More importantly, it provides students the opportunity to become an actively engaged in the community in which they live.
Living and Learning programs are organized into 6 different tracks. Each track focuses on topics relative to the enrichment of college students. Programming tracks are as follows:
- Track I – Health & Wellness
- Track II – Culture & Diversity
- Track III – Social & Recreational
- Track IV – College & Career Development
- Track V – Life Skills
- Track VI – Empowerment
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PARTICIPATION AND INCENTIVES
Residents are encouraged to attend programs for educational and enrichment value. Each program will provide valuable information, fun activities, and a chance to win great prizes for participation. Participating residents will also have a chance to win “special” grand prizes to be
given away during drawings which will be held approximately every 6 weeks.
How Does It Work?
- Residents can qualify for the 6-week “grand prize” drawings by attending any Living & Learning program held prior to the drawing.
- At each program, residents will receive a ticket which will be use for the program door prize drawing and the upcoming 6-week “grand prize” drawing.
- The more programs you attend, the more chances to win, because your tickets from each program you attend will be added to the grand prize drawing.
- Tickets will be discarded after each “grand-prize” drawing.
- All “grand prizes” will be valued at approximately $100 dollars will range from cash, gift cards, electronics and many other great prizes!
(Note: Dates for the grand prize drawings are indicated with an asterisk on programming calendar.)
Program dates, location, times and topics will be advertised using the following methods: Residence Life building listserv, weekly flyers and handbills, university master calendar, electronic marquee, campus-wide emails, the Pine Needle and the “This Week” publication. All printed advertisement will be placed in visible locations throughout the residence halls and the Village Apartments.
For more information, please contact Cynthia Redfearn, Associate Director of Residence Life at 910.775.4131 or firstname.lastname@example.org.