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Some residence halls contain a special floors called [[Special Interest House]]s which are student-led organizations providing housing and programming to students with a particular special interest.
 
Some residence halls contain a special floors called [[Special Interest House]]s which are student-led organizations providing housing and programming to students with a particular special interest.

Revision as of 14:07, 7 October 2010

A residence hall is a building located on campus where a large number students live. They are distinct from apartments in that they are all located in close proximity to one-another, are actively supported by ResLife staff on a floor-by-floor basis, typically do not have private bathrooms and that residents always eat via a meal plan.

Residents

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Buildings

RIT currently has thirteen residence halls:

Special Interest Houses

Main Article: Special Interest House


Some residence halls contain a special floors called Special Interest Houses which are student-led organizations providing housing and programming to students with a particular special interest.

The current special interest houses are:

Fraternities and sororities

A number of social fraternities and sororities also operate housing located within the residence halls. Currently, these include:

Fraternities

Sororities



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