I am excited to begin another academic year, and I hope that you are excited to come to or return to campus. Living on campus places you at the center of the campus community, ready for both academic and co-curricular activities.
By living on campus, you will interact with people who are talented and unique. You will meet people whose experiences, values, and priorities are different than your own. The residential community is a supportive environment where there is an appreciation of individual differences and a respect for individual rights. We hope you learn about your own diversity and the diversity of our campus.
Students at the College of Saint Elizabeth are offered opportunities to learn and practice servant leadership skills by becoming Community Assistants, members of our Residence Hall Council and Judicial Board, or Hall receptionist. Resident students are encouraged to explore their faith and spirituality as they gain academic and life skills to assist them in their education.
My staff and I are here to encourage you, support you, challenge you and inspire you to strive to new heights. For the first time in the College of Saint Elizabeth's 117-year history, we have our first coed class that enrolled approximately 80 men whom are living on campus. We are happy to have them as it enhances our diverse community and enhances our rich culture.
We hope that as a member of our campus community, your residence hall becomes a home away from home, where you will make everlasting memories, discover new friendships, and develop into the best version of yourself.
Trisha F. Robinson,
Director of Residence Life