Site Update: September 19, 2017
Programming: Tips for Making Programs Fun and Beneficial
Programs in the halls are developed to facilitate opportunities for socialization, expand the worldview of other and promote understanding and sensitivity, and to support leaning beyond academics.
RA Advice: How to Deal with Alcohol Use and Abuse
According to the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, “more than 80 percent of college students drink alcohol, and almost half report binge drinking.”
Advice for Staff Members Returning to the RA Position
Here are some things you might want to consider when coming back for your second, third or fourth year as an RA.
Check out programs in the social and fun categories – get your residents interacting and getting to know each other!
Consider authoring an article or share your content and great ideas with other RAs around the country. Send content submittals to email@example.com.
The Judicial Educator Service is affordable and easy to manage. Two dozen modules are designed to help educate students on topics including alcohol, marijuana, smoking, fire safety, dating violence, harassment, vandalism, civility & respect, bystander education, academic integrity, anger management, conflict mediation, online citizenship, living with a roommate, residence halls, and off-campus life.