All students living on campus will be charged a residence hall activity fee. These funds are to be used for programs that are designed to foster positive community development among residents (e.g., pizza parties, study breaks, movie nights). Since students living in a formal group house are all members of a defined group, their community development may be accomplished through activities that are related to a shared sense of mission. The University will collect these monies and will establish a University activity fund for each formal group. The group will be responsible for management of these in-house activity funds with oversight provided by the Office of Campus Life. As indicated above, the Office of Campus Life will provide funding support for open house activities that promote positive relationships between students living in FGH and others on campus.

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