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2014-2015 Application to Live and Participate in a Living Learning or Theme Community

Process

A student who plans to return to a Living Learning or Theme Community must complete the following three steps.

  1. You must be approved to return by the current faculty/staff member responsible for facilitating the Living Learning or Theme Community. This is indicated by getting a signature from the faculty/staff listed. Please plan ahead as this is not a primary responsibility of the faculty/staff members. By gaining a signature a completing the application, you are agreeing to participate in Living Learning or Theme Community programs next year. Priority is give to students who are currently participating in LLC and Theme Community. If you are not an active participant, you could be removed from the assigned community. We understand that there will be times throughout the year when this is difficult, and some flexibility is allowed.
  2. On a piece of paper, respond to the application questions and submit to University Housing with the signed authorization from one of the faculty/staff members listed below by noon on February 14, 2014.
  3. If you have additional questions, contact Ian Miller, Assistant Director of Residence Life at 509-963-1704, milleria@cwu.edu or University Housing and New Student Programs at 509-963-1323.


Application Questions

Please answer the following questions on a separate piece of paper and attach to this page in your re-app booklet and submit to University Housing by noon on February 14, 2014.

  1. Which LLC/Theme Community are you applying for and why?
  2. What do you want to learn or get from living in the LLC/Theme Community?
  3. How will you contribute to the LLC/Theme Community's success?
  4. How have you contributed to your LLC/Theme Community this year if you currently live in one?

 

Faculty/Staff for Signatures and Assigned Halls for LLC/Theme Communities

AVIATION - Wendell Hill Hall B:  

Teresa Sloan; Black 225-5; 509-963-3691

CASA LATINA - Meisner Hall:

Stella Moreno; L&L 102; 509-963-3347

Jen Rentz-Hammond; Hitchcock Hall; 509-963-7682

EDUCATION - Sue Lombard Hall and Kamola Hall:

Catherine Bertelson; Black 214-17; 509-963-2155

Brandon Knox; Kamola Hall; 509-963-7917

FUTURE BUSINESS STUDENTS - Sue Lombard Hall:

Debbie Boddy; Shaw-Smyser 129; 509-963-2931

Brandon Knox; Kamola Hall; 509-963-7917

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE - Kennedy Hall:

Roslyn Moes; International Center 114; 509-963-3614

Joshua Tepps; Wendell Hill Hall Building A; 509-963-1196

LEADERSHIP HOUSE - Kamola Hall:

Joanne Perez; SURC 260; 509-963-2187

Brandon Knox; Kamola Hall; 509-963-7917

MUSIC - Wendell Hill Hall A and Al-Monty Hall:

Mark Goodenberger: Music Education 167; 509-963-1618

Todd Shiver; Music Education 144D; 509-963-1216

Joshua Tepps; Wendell Hill Hall Building A; 509-963-1196

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY - Beck Hall:

Dr. Ken Cohen; Michaelsen 136; 509-963-1967

Jen Rentz-Hammond; Hitchcock Hall; 509-963-7682

S.T.E.P. - Kamola Hall and Sue Lombard Hall:

Brandon Knox; Kamola Hall; 509-963-7917

Jessica Nye; Lind 119B; 509-963-3002

STUDENTS FOR THE DREAM - Meisner Hall:

Jen Rentz-Hammond; Hitchcock Hall; 509-963-7682

Keith Champagne; Bouillon 204; 509-963-1515

Dr. Bobby Cummings; Michaelsen 133/104; 509-963-1659/1075

DOUGLAS HONORS COLLEGE - Barto Hall:

Chris Denison; DHC Office L&L 103; 509-963-1445

Col'Lette Gauvin; Barto Hall; 509-963-7147