Albright is a supportive, 24/7 residential community with several different styles of housing to meet changing student needs.
There are so many different types of living styles on campus. We start with the residential quad--
It is important to have all the freshmen students living in the quad, so they can engage more. They are right in the center of campus, so everything is close in proximity to them, and they're able to find their ways here through campus. We also have apartment style living in Woods or Rocklin Hall. Rocklin Hall, apartments are beautiful. They're very spacious. They actually got built when I first came to Albright, and we have Honor's buildings like Mohn Hall. They just got recently renovated and they have size beds, and everybody has their own room. It is beautiful in there.
Affinity housings a great option for sophomores, juniors, and seniors to kind of embark on as a living experience. We've had baseball houses. We've had gaming houses, music houses, women's empowerment houses, all sorts of things. And the groups can range from three to six students.
Part of what's so exciting about those environments is that those students do programming then for the whole campus, and the foodie house actually had a grilled cheese night.
Definitely the best part about Albright is the community aspect. That community bleeds into everything that we do, whether it's another classmate that needs support in something and we come together as a community to help them in whatever trying time they're experiencing. Or if it's working with professors, I have relationships with our President and our vice presidents, and we constantly see our administration on campus. They're participating in our activities. They're supporting our clubs, and they're just making sure that we have what we need to succeed.
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