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SCSU Residence Life Programming Model

SCSU Residence Life Programming Model
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Jenna Retort

on 24 June 2014

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Transcript of SCSU Residence Life Programming Model

Developing Competence
Developing Competence
Vector 1
Vector 2
Vector 3
Vector 4
Moving Through Autonomy Toward Interdependence
Developing Mature Interpersonal Relationships
Vector 5
Developing Identity
Vector 6
Developing Integrity
Vector 7
Developing Purpose
Civic Engagement
Social Justice
Life Skills
Academic/Professional Success
SCSCU Residence Life Programming Model
First-Year
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Graduate Students
Civic Engagement
Social Justice
Life Skills
Academic/Professional Success
SCSCU Residence Life Programming Model
First-Year
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Graduate Students
Developmental Tasks
Developing Competence
Managing Emotions
Developing Mature Interpersonal Relationships
Moving Through Autonomy Toward Interdependence

Developing Competence
Moving Through Autonomy Toward Interdependence

Establishing Identity
Developing Purpose
Developing Integrity
Developing Mature Interpersonal Relationships,

Establishing Identity
Developing Purpose
Developing Integrity

Civic Engagement
Social Justice
Life Skills
Academic/Professional Success
SCSCU Residence Life Programming
First-Year
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Graduate Students
Program Types
Financial Management
Adjustment
Stress management
Health and wellness
Healthy relationships
Conflict Mediation
Transportation
DARC

Identity
Self-Exploration
Privilege
Civility
Diversity
Dominated/Subordinated Identities

Campus Resources
Reading
Writing
Study skills
Resume Writing


Sustainability
Community Service
Community Standards
Identity
Activism
Volunteerism
Voting/awareness

Civic Engagement
Social Justice
Life Skills
Academic/Professional Success
SCSCU Residence Life Programming Model 2013
First-Year
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Graduate Students
Learning Outcomes
Residential students at Southern Connecticut State University will be able to articulate and execute intellectual, kinesthetic, and interpersonal skills
Residential students at Southern Connecticut State University will be able to articulate an awareness and appreciation of diversity and be able to articulate the values of social justice.
Residential students at Southern Connecticut State University will be able to demonstrate academic and professional preparedness.
Residential students at Southern Connecticut State University will be able to articulate the meaning of community stewardship and their responsibility for community engagement in the multiple communities in which they are members.
Southern Connecticut State University espouses to "provide exemplary graduate and undergraduate education in the liberal arts and professional disciplines. As an intentionally diverse and comprehensive university, Southern is committed to academic excellence, access, social justice, and service for the public good."

In addition to supporting the institutional mission, Arthur Chickering espouses that there are seven vectors or developmental tasks that an individual actively works through that contribute to the development of identity.

These tasks include:

1. Developing Competence
2. Managing Emotions
3. Moving Through Autonomy Toward Interdependence
4. Developing Mature Interpersonal Relationships
5. Establishing Identity
6. Developing Purpose
7. Developing Integrity

As such, the Office of Residence Life at Southern Connecticut State University will implement educational programming in the areas of Life Skills, Academic/Professional Success, Social Justice, and Civic Engagement which support the institutional mission and the development of the whole student.

Civic Engagement
Social Justice
Life Skills
Academic/Professional Success
SCSCU Residence Life Programming Model
First-Year
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Graduate Students
Campus Resources
DARC
Hall Directors
Counseling Services
Judicial Affairs
University Police
Women's Center
Men's Initiative
Health/Wellness Center



Multi Cultural Center
Women's Center
Men's Initiative
Disability Resource Center
Hall Directors
Faculty
International Student Services
Veteran's Services
Career Center
Tutorial Center
Disability Resource Center
Writing Center
Student Life
Judicial Affairs
Academic Advisement
FYE
Faculty
Sustainability Office
Recycling Office
Service Team
Hall Directors
Faculty
Community Agencies
Underclassmen
Upperclassmen
SCSU Office of Residence Life
Programming Philosophy
Civic Engagement
Social Justice
Life Skills
Academic/Professional Success
SCSCU Residence Life Programming Model
First-Year
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Graduate Students
All-Hall
First/Second Year Communities

Schwartz/North
First/Second-Year Communities
Schwartz/North
1 program
Weekend
1 program
2 programs
2 programs
2 socials
Developmental Framework
RA Programming Responsibilities Overview
2 Floor Socials
Floor socials are to occur in collaboration with your Co for the residents in a respective floor community.
Funding for floor socials is requested through Hall Council
3 Educational
Straightline/Brownell Resident Advisors will be responsible for completing educational programs in the following areas in the specified quantity.
1 life skills
1academic/professional success
1 social justice or civic engagement
Schwartz and North Campus Resident Advisors will be responsible for completing educational programs in the follow areas in the specified quantity.
1 social justice
1civic engagement
1 life skill or academic/professional success
Number of Facilitators
The number of facilitators for any educational program is limited to one Resident Advisor.
Requests for additional facilitators must be made in the form of a proposal to your respective Hall Director.
Funding
Funding for educational programs is requested through the Hall Director
Each residence hall is allocated funding based on the projected number of educational programs per Resident Advisor assigned to the building. Please refer to the budget for your specific residence hall.
Requests for additional funding need to be made in the form of a proposal to the Director of Residence Life and are granted at his or her discretion.





SCSU Office of Residence Life
Individual Active Programming Responsibilities
Weekend Program
A weekend program is defined as occurring on Friday after 4:30pm through Saturday Evening. This is a Social/Engagement program to get students to engage in the campus community on the weekends.
A weekend program is a collaborative program created and implemented by all members of a respective staff to encourage the engagement of residential students in the community.
Funding: Each staff is allocated $200 for this program.
All-Hall
An All-Hall Program is a collaborative program that is created and implemented by all members of a respective staff.
An All-Hall Program is a comprehensive educational program that addresses a developmental need or needs of the population for whom the program is intended.
Funding: Each staff is allocated $300 for this program



SCSU Office of Residence Life
All-Staff Programming Responsibilities
Example Funding Proposal
Bulletin Boards
Resident Advisors are responsible for completing Bulletin Boards monthly on their respective floors.
Approval of content is at the discretion of the Hall Director
Name Tags
Resident Advisors are responsible for completing Name Tags monthly on their respective floor.
Approval of content is at the discretion of the Hall Director.




SCSU Office of Residence Life
Individual Passive Programming Responsibilities
Developing Competence
Managing Emotions
Vector 1
Vector 2
Vector 3
Vector 4
Moving Through Autonomy Toward Interdependence
Developing Mature Interpersonal Relationships
Vector 5
Developing Identity
Vector 6
Developing Integrity
Vector 7
Developing Purpose
Civic Engagement
Social Justice
Life Skills
Academic/Professional Success
SCSCU Residence Life Programming Model
First-Year
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Graduate Students
Developmental Framework
Internship
Resume Writing
Interviewing
Networking
Business Ettiquette
February 13, 2012

Office of Residence Life
501 Crescent Street
New Haven, CT 06515

Funding Request for Energy Conservation Nationals

The University is currently taking an active role in developing sustainable practices and initiatives, and more importantly, educating students, faculty, and staff on how to live more sustainable lives and reduce our carbon footprint.

The Residence Halls represent a substantial portion of the energy used on campus. In the vein of creating a more educated population, we have a civic responsibility to educate our residential students on how to reduce their impact, which is a skill-set that won’t only benefit our Southern community, but our global community as they put this knowledge into practice long after they leave our campus.

The Residence Halls will be participating in a national competition among colleges and universities to conserve one gigawatt of energy. As an incentive for student participation, I propose that the Residence Hall Association provide $4,000 to purchase hooded sweatshirts and provide a social to the winning residence hall of the Energy Conservation National Competition.

Below is the intended use of the funds:

Hooded Sweatshirts: $3300
•Color: Black
•Company: Darter
•Tri-Color printing
•Number: 140 = $3300

Social: $700
•Food: $600
•Supplies: $100

Thank you,

Jenna C. Retort
Director, North Campus Midrise and Townhouses

Southern Connecticut State University
Email: retortj1@southernct.edu/ Phone: 203.392.6378

SCSU Office of Residence Life Programming Model
Civic Engagement
Social Justice
Life Skills
Academic/Professional Success
SCSCU Residence Life Programming Model 2013
First-Year
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Graduate Students
Program Types
Life Skills
A/P Success
Social Justice
Programming Data
Common Read
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