It is that time of year again! Where you choose to live next year is important.
Are you a Healthy Hatter looking to expand your leadership experience?
Are you interested in living in a community where you are united through common interests around well-being & healthy lifestyles?
Do you desire to enhance your person well-being, our campus culture’s wellness and influence the overall health of the Stetson community?
The Living Well Community is a place where values and interests not only connect with the academic experience but make your living on campus experience come alive.
In 2019 – 2020, Living Well will be a community devoted to focusing on leading a healthy lifestyle and exploring the six dimensions of wellness through dialogue, outdoor adventure, and personal and community challenge. Living Well will continue to provide a hub for students to learn and grow together who have a future desire to work in the healthcare industry. This community will be for continuing and transfer students. Living Well will continue to be located in a centralized area on campus (House 2) and is adjacent to the Hollis Center and Griffith Hall: our campus’s Mind, Body & Soul hub.
Here is your chance. Apply today for this great opportunity. Application Priority Deadline is March 29, 2019.
Application review will begin on March 22 with decisions made on a rolling basis. All residents must apply to reside in this community – including roommates. Both members of a roommate group must apply and be accepted to remain together. Accepted applicants will not participate in the room selection process.
So where do you go to apply? When you log into your Housing Central account, you will find the Residential Learning Program Application. Not able to find the application? Email us to request form access, subject: Residential Learning Program Application Access.
Have questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 386-822-7201.
We look forward to reviewing your application.
Associate Director of Residential Education and Community Programs