- Resident Assistants (RAs) on each floor - An RA is a person who's been specially selected and trained to assist you in your adjustment to college, be a support for you, help you with conflicts, provide educational opportunities and social activities, and be a resource.
- Community Council- Get involved in planning activities for your community and in residential governance.
- Floor Standards - Your floor decides how you'll treat each other and hold each other accountable for the standards you set.
- Social Activities - Many of these are planned so you can take some time to get to know your fellow community members in between all that studying!
Fully furnished Suite-Style Bathroom Cable Included High Speed Internet
Local Phone Access Microwave Refrigerator Floor Lounges
Laundry Facilities Vending Machines Classrooms in Building Computer Lab
Coffee Shop Community Kitchen Air Conditioning Convenience Store
At A Glance
A committee of students, faculty, and staff have been working for over a year to develop special programs for this special "living learning center". These programs include:
- Faculty in Residence - A Wright State faculty member will live and work in the community and will involve her/himself with the residence life staff and with the students outside of the classroom.
- Floor Themes - Each floor will have a theme. The themes will include: the environment; health/wellness/fitness; the arts; international issues; politics; spirituality; technology; education/teaching; great books; the media; and choose your own theme. Theme floors will have SOME of their floor decorations and floor workshops revolving around their theme.
- Philanthropies/Service Projects may also be planned around the themes. Theme floors do not mean that you will eat, sleep, and breath your theme!
- Courses offered where you live - Some of your courses as an Honors student will be taught in one of the building's two classrooms. One classroom is a computer learning lab.
- "Honors Dialogues" offered where you live - Honors dialogues are a traditional activity for the University Honors program.
- Staggered hours in lounges between study and social time - We all need time for both!
What makes this community so special?
It's certainly good to live with other Honors students who will be able to relate to you academically but there is more to this community than just living together.