The Residential Curriculum has four experience pillars: Health and Wellness, Community Engagement, Academic Preparedness, and Positive Social Experience.

Learning Outcomes


Health and Wellness

  • take responsibility for their physical and mental wellbeing
  • make responsible and safe decisions
  • explore issues of self understanding, morals, and values
  • identify emotionally intelligent strategies to create and sustain healthy relationships

Community Engagement

  • know, understand, and recognize impact of behaviors on community
  • develop a complex awareness of peers
  • engage in conversations about differences with staff and faculty
  • demonstrate the roles and responsibilities of an engaged community member

Academic Preparedness

  • utilize appropriate academic and career resources
  • practice good time management set and achieve personal academic and career goals
  • engage in experiential learning in an informal environment

Positive Social Experience

  • attain and develop skills necessary to become an inclusive leader
  • enhance awareness of potential leadership opportunities through campus involvement
  • recognize the importance of personal, local, national, and world issues
  • acknowledge the achievements of their peers and community


  • Floor Meetings
  • Roommate/Suitemate Agreements
  • Intentional Conversations
  • Stoplight Conversations
  • Meal Tracking
  • Hall/Door Decorations
  • Events/Floor Experiences
  • Bulletin Boards
  • Poster Campaigns
  • Of The Months (OTMs)