Getting Involved

There are many ways to get involved as an Associate in a residential college because “intellectual, cultural and social life” covers a wide variety of initiatives, events, and day to day interactions. One of the best ways for faculty and staff Associates to get involved is to get to know a small group of new students starting in Orientation Week (O-Week). New students are often looking for guidance and support during their transition, and a trusted Associate with a friendly face is always helpful. Other ways to get involved in a college include asking for a calendar of events or sharing some of your ideas with the college leadership (magisters, RAs, college coordinator, student leadership, other associates). In a residential college community, there are always members who will share your interests and join in a new initiative.

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