Who Am I & What Should I Do?, SURC 135 • 3 OR 4 pm
This workshop will explore the results of your Typefocus assessment. Learn more about your personality, interests, and values so you can make a better decision about choosing a major, spend less time in school, and save yourself a bunch of money!
Pump Down the Volume, Wellness Center • 7 pm
This communication skills program will help students learn strategies for addressing problems and communicating needs and requests, in order to minimize conflicts and enhance quality of life. One of the major sources of conflict for students living in the residence halls involves noise. Students often ignore the problem until their tempers explode, or they go to the RA to complain rather than addressing the issue on their own. This is an interactive session presented by the Wellness Center; participants will role-play and discuss problem situations, and learn effective communication skills that can be used with irritating neighbors, or with anyone.
Beer, Bongs, Bullies & More, Hitchcock Lounge • 7 pm
Ever wonder what happens when your RA documents you? What about if you get an MIP? Do your parents find out? What if you see someone breaking policy and your RA isn't there? Did you know that you have certain rights as a student? Do you know what they are? Come learn the answers to these burning questions and more while playing a fun game of Connect Four with prizes!
Welcome Melinda Gallagher from the Office of Admissions at CWU as the Residence Hall Coordinator forWelcome Liz Lind!
Welcome Liz Lind as our UHNSP Senior SecretaryWelcome Doug DePrekel!
Welcome Doug DePrekel as our Information Technology Specialist 2.Welcome Richard Mahler!
Welcome Richard Mahler from the University of Florida as our Residence Hall Coordinator for the EastWelcome Marissa Howat!
Welcome Marissa Howat, Director of Wellness as the newest member of the Wellness team.Welcome Gretchen Geltemeyer!
Welcome Gretchen Geltemeyer from Texas Womens University as our new Case Manager within our office o