Living in a residence hall at Reed gives you a chance to become immersed in campus life. Our residences are more than just places to sleep or hang your clothes; they’re places to learn about yourself and others, to meet a variety of people from all over the country and world, and to be exposed to different lifestyles, ideas, and points of view. Student life in all residence halls is guided by the Honor Principle, which promotes self- governance and encourages students to be respectful of one another and of all community members.
About the Blog
This blog is written by current Reedies who work for the Res Life department. They include the Housing Advisors, who work in the residence halls to program events and provide on-campus resources, and the front desk student workers. The blog platform allows the Residence Life department to show the student perspective on living in the residence halls. All opinions expressed here are representative only of their specific authors and do not necessarily reflect the beliefs of the office of Residence Life or Reed College as a whole. Please address any comments, questions, or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will forward them to the appropriate recipient.
About Res Life
The office of Residence Life oversees the comprehensive program that surrounds the experience of living on-campus in a residence hall or other college housing option. With an extensive team of professional staff (Resident Directors) and student staff (House Advisors), the office of Residence Life coordinates placement in on-campus housing, community-focused programming, and a safe and welcoming environment for students in the residence halls. From theme housing to student storage, the Residence Life department keeps the undergraduate residential model running smoothly. In accordance with its mission statement, the Department of Residence Life facilitates a residential experience in which students are supported in their academic pursuits, personal growth, and participation in an interdependent community.
To achieve this we:
- provide secure, comfortable, and inclusive spaces for living and learning where…
- well-trained professional and paraprofessional staff reside and…
- encourage individual growth and academic success through meaningful programs and relationship building.