Housing Offering a Multicultural Experience (HOME), is a residential learning community and housing option for students committed to expanding their multicultural experiences and learning. The HOME program offers an opportunity for students to live together and explore their own identities, others identities, and relevant multicultural issues. HOME is an excellent community for students preparing to study abroad or for students living in the United States for the first time. Events offered to HOME residents include, faculty-hosted discussions, events connected with current politics in both the US and abroad, as well as holiday celebrations.
Fall 2020 Location: West Tower 6th Floor
Population: all students
Room Styles: Doubles & Singles
If you have questions about the HOME Program, please contact:
- HOME RLC Associates: Sean Eversley Bradwell, Assistant Professor, Department of Education and M. Nicole Horsley, Assistant Professor, Center for the Student of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity
- Samantha Stafford, Assistant Director of Residential Education & Assessment
- Beth O'Neill, Assistant Director for Staff & Programs