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Florida State University

Residential Living

Housing Life, George Washington University

George WashingtonGW Housing Programs encourage the total development of our students, including attention to personal, academic, social and pre-professional stages of growth. The House Life program stimulates this development through collaboration with multiple offices at GW, while supporting the University’s academic mission.

 


Interfaith House

Interfaith HouseInterfaith House, a residential community at Brown University, fosters creative discussion and inter-religious dialogue for both the religious/spiritual and the nonreligious/spiritual, and everyone in-between. By cultivating spiritual and philosophical understanding in our hallways, and by collectively losing sleep in late-night conversations, Interfaith House creates a strong sense of community.

 

 

 


Living Learning Program, North Dakota State University

North Dakota State UniveristyThe Living-Learning Program within the Department of Residence Life centers around the primary mission of the department, to support students by providing a vibrant, healthy place to live and learn. Beyond the commitment of the university to students, it is crucial to provide a solid foundation where students can learn how to become better citizens and scholars within the university community and in life. In short, the Living-Learning Program is the driving force behind the positive experience of living on campus.

 

 


About the Character Clearinghouse

Character Clearinghouse is an online center of information about research, curricula, and practices relating to the moral development of college students and features resources such as program descriptions, interviews, and other types of articles. […] Find out more »