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The mission of the Academic Resource Center for Students in the College of the Arts is to make sure that our students have access to the resources they need to achieve their goals. We view the student’s educational experience holistically, and work to fill in the spaces between the work they do in class, their academic advising, and the rest of their college experience. We also help their friends and family members understand what they can do to support our students as they pursue their dreams.

The staff here in the ARCS is entirely committed to your success.

S. Robinson
C.Collins
Samuel G. Robinson
Assistant Dean and Director
470-578-2349 : E-mail
Christine Collins
Admissions Coordinator
470-578-6614 : E-mail
  • ARCS services

    The ARCS provides many services for students in the College of the Arts. These include, but are not limited to:

    • Assisting students in making a successful transition to college life 
    • Providing information about admission to our major programs
    • Referrals to support services on campus such as:

    Counseling and psychological services
    First year and major advising
    Financial aid 
    University admissions
    University housing
    CARE center
    Health clinic
    Tutoring/writing centers

    • Guidance about scholarship opportunities 
    • Help in understanding financial aid policies and procedures
    • Travel grants for undergraduate research projects
    • Coaching in academic skills
    • Assisting with the transition to post-college life

    We also provide services for the parents, guardians, and others who provide the support network upon which our students rely, as well as for the faculty and staff in the College of the Arts who mentor and advise them throughout their academic careers.

  • ARCS prospective

    The Academic Resource Center for Students (ARCS) in the College of the Arts (COTA) is a very special place. It’s a place where we recognize that you are a dedicated artist/scholar with a deep commitment to the arts and that you have made a brave choice to pursue your passion. It is our mission to make sure that you have access to the resources you need to achieve your goals.

    • Freshmen applicants fall into two categories at Kennesaw State:

      • Students who have never attended another college and have graduated from high school within the last five years are considered traditional freshmen
      • Students who graduated from high school within the last five years, have attended another college or university, but have earned less than 30 semester hours or 50 quarter hours of transferrable college credit are considered transfer freshmen

      In order to gain acceptance into a major in the College of the Arts as either a freshmen or transfer freshmen, follow the steps detailed below:

      1. Submit your application to KSU

      a. Freshmen Admission Requirements

      2. Review and complete the admission requirements for your intended major: 

      • The School of Art & Design offers three degree programs for aspiring artists, historians, and teachers:

        • The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art, with concentrations in ceramics, drawing and painting, graphic communications, photography, printmaking, and sculpture
        • The Bachelor of Science in Art Education
        • The Bachelor of Arts in Art History

        If you are interested in pursuing either the B.F.A. or the B.S., in addition to gaining admission to Kennesaw State University you must also apply directly to the School of Art & Design and submit a portfolio of your work. A portfolio is not required for the B.A. in Art History. 

        There are specific deadlines by which you must submit your portfolio.At the same time that you submit your portfolio, you can also request credit for AP studio art portfolio scores or courses taken at another college or university.

        Art Admission Information

      • Dance offers a Bachelor of Arts in Dance with concentrations in ballet and modern/contemporary, as well as a 15-hour dance minor. 

        If you are interested in pursuing the B.A. in Dance, in addition to gaining admission to Kennesaw State University, you must apply directly to the Department of Dance and complete an audition for the faculty. 

        Auditions are held on specific dates each year, and you must submit your application at least one week in advance of your selected date. 

        Our dance minor may be an option for you if you wish to continue your dance training while pursuing another major at KSU. An audition is not required for the dance minor; contact the Department of Dance directly for more information.

        Dance Admission Information

      • The School of Music has highly engaged faculty, committed students, and dynamic programs designed to help you become an accomplished performer, teacher, and scholar in the 21st Century.

        Degrees offered:

        • The Bachelor of Music in Performance, with concentrations in instrumental performance, jazz, piano, and voice
        • The Bachelor of Music in Music Education, with concentrations in band, choral, general (elementary), and orchestra
        • The Bachelor of Arts in Music with concentrations in composition, music theory, musicology, ethnomusicology, and voice 

        In addition to acceptance to the university, all programs in music require a separate application to the School of Music, and an audition on a principal applied instrument or voice. If you are interested in the B.A. or in music education, you will also be asked to complete an interview with the faculty. If you are interested in composition, you will submit a portfolio of work in addition to your audition and interview.

        Auditions are held on specific dates each year (in November for January acceptance, and November, February, March, or April for August acceptance).

        Music Admissions Information

        All ensembles are open to any student, and, while some do require an audition for placement, others are open to any student who wishes to participate. The ensemble auditions are separate from admission auditions.

        Music Ensemble Information

      • The Department of Theatre & Performance Studies is a distinctive undergraduate program that includes theatrical production, musical theatre, storytelling, performance of literature, performance art, and the performance of self in everyday life. 

        The Department of Theatre & Performance Studies offers a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre & Performance Studies with concentrations in acting, performance studies, design/technology, and musical theatre. 

        While no audition is required to become a major, you must meet minimum academic standards that are higher than those required for admission into the university.  

        Auditions are held separately each semester for theatre and musical theatre productions, the KSU Tellers storytelling ensemble, the Kennesaw Improv Society (K.I.S.S.), the Music Theatre Ensemble, and the Music Theatre Practicum. Typically, these fall within the first full week of classes each semester, and often in late April or May for early productions the following fall. 

        Theatre Admissions Information

      3. Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (KSU’s school code is 001577)

      If you are accepted into KSU, be sure to do the following:

      • Apply for financial aid 
      • Complete the university’s scholarship application
      • Complete the housing application if you want to live on campus Arts Theme Housing
      • Sign up for orientation 
    • Students who have completed at least 30 semester hours or 50 quarter hours of college credit are considered to be transfer students. If this does not apply to you, please refer to the admission information for freshman above. In order to be accepted into a College of the Arts Program as a transfer student, you must do the following:

      1. Submit your application to KSU

      a. Transfer Admission Requirements

      2. Review and complete the admission requirements for your intended major:

      • The School of Art & Design offers three degree programs for aspiring artists, historians, and teachers:

        • The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art, with concentrations in ceramics, drawing and painting, graphic communications, photography, printmaking, and sculpture
        • The Bachelor of Science in Art Education
        • The Bachelor of Arts in Art History

        If you are interested in pursuing either the B.F.A. or the B.S., in addition to gaining admission to Kennesaw State University you must also apply directly to the School of Art & Design and submit a portfolio of your work. A portfolio is not required for the B.A. in Art History. 

        There are specific deadlines by which you must submit your portfolio. At the same time that you submit your portfolio, you can also request credit for studio art courses based on courses taken at another college or university. Carefully review the information on the School of Art & Design website before you submit your portfolio:

        Art Admission Information

      • Dance offers a Bachelor of Arts in Dance with concentrations in ballet and modern/contemporary, as well as a 15-hour dance minor. 

        If you are interested in pursuing the B.A. in Dance, in addition to gaining admission to Kennesaw State University, you must apply directly to the Department of Dance and complete an audition for the faculty. 

        Auditions are held on specific dates each year, and you must submit your application at least one week in advance of your selected date. 

        Our dance minor may be an option for you if you wish to continue your dance training while pursuing another major at KSU. An audition is not required for the dance minor; contact the Department of Dance directly for more information.

        Dance Admission Information

      • The School of Music has highly engaged faculty, committed students, and dynamic programs designed to help you become an accomplished performer, teacher, and scholar in the 21st Century.

        Degrees offered:

        • The Bachelor of Music in Performance, with concentrations in instrumental performance, jazz, piano, and voice
        • The Bachelor of Music in Music Education, with concentrations in band, choral, general (elementary), and orchestra
        • The Bachelor of Arts in Music with concentrations in composition, music theory, musicology, ethnomusicology, and voice

        In addition to acceptance to the university, all programs in music require a separate application to the School of Music, and an audition on a principal applied instrument. If you are interested in the B.A. or in music education, you will also be asked to complete an interview with the faculty. If you are interested in composition, you will submit a portfolio of work in addition to your audition and interview.

        Auditions are held on specific dates each year (in November for January acceptance, and November, February, March, or April for August acceptance).

        Music Admissions Information

      • The Department of Theatre & Performance Studies is a distinctive undergraduate program that includes theatrical production, musical theatre, storytelling, performance of literature, performance art, and the performance of self in everyday life. 

        The Department of Theatre & Performance Studies offers a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre & Performance Studies with concentrations in acting, performance studies, design/technology, and musical theatre. 

        While no audition is required to become a major, you must meet minimum academic standards that are higher than those required for admission into the university.  

        Auditions are held separately each semester for theatre and musical theatre productions, the KSU Tellers storytelling ensemble, the Kennesaw Improv Society (K.I.S.S.), the Music Theatre Ensemble, and the Music Theatre Practicum. Typically, these fall within the first full week of classes each semester, and often in late April or May for early productions the following fall.

        Theatre Admissions Information

      3. Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (KSU’s school code is 001577)

      If you are accepted into KSU, be sure to do the following:

      • Apply for financial aid 
      • Complete the university’s scholarship application
      • Complete the housing application if you want to live on campus Arts Theme Housing
      • Sign up for orientation 
    • If you are currently enrolled at Kennesaw State University and interested in becoming a major in the College of the Arts, we welcome your interest in our programs. Please be aware that acceptance to many of our majors involves some additional steps either prior to or in addition to declaring your intent to change majors. Please carefully read the information below before proceeding:

      • The School of Art & Design offers three degree programs for aspiring artists, historians, and teachers:
        • The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art, with concentrations in ceramics, drawing and painting, graphic communications, photography, printmaking, and sculpture
        • The Bachelor of Science in Art Education
        • The Bachelor of Arts in Art History

        If you are interested in pursuing either the B.F.A. or the B.S., you must apply directly to the School of Art & Design and submit a portfolio of your work. Please note that as these are professional degree programs, the earlier you begin your course of study, the better. Do not wait to complete your General Education coursework before applying, as it is unusual that students can complete these degrees in less than three years from the time of acceptance to the major.

        There are specific deadlines by which you must submit your portfolio, and it is important that you submit your portfolio as early in your college career as possible. At the same time that you submit your portfolio, you can also request credit for studio art courses based on courses taken at another college or university. Carefully review the information on the School of Art & Design website before you submit your portfolio:

        Art Admission Information

        If you are interested in B.A. in Art History, you may declare the major by filling out a form in the School of Art and Design Office, but by requesting it through Owl Express.

      • Dance offers a Bachelor of Arts in Dance with concentrations in ballet and modern/contemporary, as well as a 15-hour dance minor. 

        If you are interested in pursuing the B.A. in Dance, you must apply directly to the Department of Dance and complete an audition for the faculty. 

        Auditions are held on specific dates each year, and you must submit your application at least one week in advance of your selected date. 

        Our dance minor may be an option for you if you wish to continue your dance training while pursuing another major at KSU. An audition is not required for the dance minor; contact the Department of Dance directly for more information.

        Dance Admission Information

      • The School of Music has highly engaged faculty, committed students, and dynamic programs designed to help you become an accomplished performer, teacher, and scholar in the 21st Century. 

        Degrees offered:

        • The Bachelor of Music in Performance, with concentrations in instrumental performance, jazz, piano, and voice
        • The Bachelor of Music in Music Education, with concentrations in band, choral, general (elementary), and orchestra
        • The Bachelor of Arts in Music with concentrations in composition, theory, musicology, ethnomusicology, and voice. 

        All programs in music, including the minor, require a separate application to the School of Music, and an audition on a principal applied instrument or voice. If you are interested in the B.A. or in music education, you will also be asked to complete an interview with the faculty. If you are interested in composition, you will submit a portfolio of work in addition to your audition and interview. Please Note: You must be in good academic standing with the university (minimum 2.0 adjusted GPA) in order to become a major or minor in the School of Music.

        Auditions are held on specific dates each year (in November for January acceptance, and November, February, March, or April for August acceptance). It is important that you apply and audition as early in your college career as possible, as it is unusual that you would be able to complete a degree in music in less than three years from the time you are accepted as a major. Carefully review the information about auditions on the website below before applying:

        Music Admissions Information

        Our dance minor may be an option for you if you wish to continue your dance training while pursuing another major at KSU. An audition is not required for the dance minor; contact the Department of Dance directly for more information.

        Music Ensemble Information

      • The Department of Theatre & Performance Studies is a distinctive undergraduate program that includes theatrical production, musical theatre, storytelling, performance of literature, performance art, and the performance of self in everyday life. 

        The Department of Theatre & Performance Studies offers a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre & Performance Studies with concentrations in acting, performance studies, design/technology, and musical theatre. 

        While no audition is required to become a major, you must have a minimum 3.0 adjusted GPA to become a major. 

        Theatre Admissions Information

        Auditions are held separately each semester for theatre and musical theatre productions, the KSU Tellers storytelling ensemble, the Kennesaw Improv Society (K.I.S.S.), the Music Theatre Ensemble, and the Music Theatre Practicum. Typically, these fall within the first full week of classes each semester, and often in late April or May for early productions the following fall.

  • ARCS current

    • Advising is one of the things we take very seriously in the College of the Arts. Faculty or professional staff advisors in the academic disciplines do most of the advising for our students. Degree programs in the College of the Arts differ from those in those in other colleges at Kennesaw State as well. While all KSU students take the same general education classes, College of the Arts students may take them in a different order, and they begin to take classes in their major in the first semester. It is very important that you meet with your advisor every semester to ensure you are on track towards a timely graduation. There will be individual differences from student to student depending upon the degree you are seeking, placement examinations and AP scores, student’s individual academic interests and goals and course availability. You can find more information about our degree programs by following the links below:

      Undergraduate Catalog

      Art & Design Academic Programs

      Dance Academic Programs

      Music Academic Programs

      Theatre & Performance Studies Academic Program

      • The College of the Arts supports student travel that enhances their scholarly and artistic development. The Association of American Colleges & Universities identifies undergraduate research as one of ten “High Impact Practices” that increase student retention and engagement, and therefore their overall success in college and beyond. This scholarship was created by the Academic Resource Center for Students (ARCS) in the College of the Arts to encourage students to pursue research and creative activity that explores complex problems and to present that work in public forums.

      • Individual students in the College of the Arts who are presenting the results of their research or creative activity off campus are eligible to request funds to support travel expenses related to these scholarly opportunities. Examples of such activity include, but are not limited to, the following:

        • Presenting a paper at a conference
        • Participating in an invited panel at a professional meeting
        • Juried Exhibitions
        • Public performance of a dramatic or musical work
        • Invited dramaturgy
        • Site-specific performance or installation

        All students who request funds must be currently enrolled in the semester they travel, have a minimum 2.5 GPA, and be actively pursuing a degree in the College of the Arts. ( Student organization travel requests go through the Student Activities and Budget Advisory Committee at this link.)

      • Students are welcome to request support to present at events that aid scholarly or artistic development but that are not necessarily required for the completion of their degree. The ARCS will rely on departmental input to determine what events constitute appropriate scholarly activities for any given discipline. The College of the Arts recognizes that research opportunities will be defined differently by discipline and are, therefore, not limited to research conference travel. Travel funds are not for individual or personal interests. Travel funds also cannot be used if the student is only attending an event; presentation of the student’s research or creative activity is required. All travel must be completed prior to May 1 each fiscal year (July 1 – June 30)
      • Individual students may request up to $500 to cover university-approved expenses that are not already being covered by another KSU office or department, the individual or an organization. Please note that the ARCS has limited travel funds and can make no guarantees regarding the level of funding; amounts may be awarded that are less than the maximum amount requested. Also, previous travel awards should not be used to predict funding for current or following years. Students approved for funds may receive funds from ARCS once per fiscal year (July 1 -June 30).
      • ARCS travel funds can be requested for registration, lodging, meals, and/or transportation expenses up to $500. Students may not travel with these funds after they have graduated. Do not expect to be reimbursed for any travel arrangements made without prior approval of your request. Please note that the ARCS does not provide cash advances for student travel for your expenses.
      • All requests must be made well in advance of your proposed travel. There are five deadlines during the academic year:

        • First Thursday of July at 5:00 pm
        • First Friday of October at 5:00 pm
        • First Friday of December at 5:00 pm
        • First Friday of February at 5:00 pm
        • First Friday of April at 5:00 pm

        Applications will not be considered less than four weeks prior to the date of departure. Each individual student must apply for funds. All KSU-supported research projects are administered in accordance with established University fiscal procedures and research policies. These include all travel regulations, policies relating to the protection of human subjects, and policies related to intellectual property rights. All publications, presentations, exhibitions, and performances must acknowledge the assistance to the Academic Resource Center for Students in the College of the Arts and Kennesaw State University.

        Before you apply (the application cannot be saved in progress and must be completed in one session):

        • You will need an electronic copy of a brief statement from a faculty regarding the quality and significance of your research project, and its impact on your learning. See the Reviewer’s Evaluation Rubric for more information. You will upload this statement into your application.
        • If your research/creative activity will be presented at an adjudicated event, you must have a digital copy of the documentation that you were accepted to present at this event to upload with your application
          Estimate your expenses related to this event for the following categories:
          1. Registration Fees
          2. Travel

        NOTE: If you are requesting reimbursement for mileage in a personal car, you must calculate the distance you will travel using mapquest or google maps and multiply that distance by the approved reimbursement rate (see the Mileage and Other tab of the Travel Expense Report Form in section 9.05 of the Travel Documentation provided by the Office of Finance and Accounting.

        3. Lodging
        4. Meals (based on the Federal Per Diem Rates)

        • Prepare the following:

        1. A description of your research/creative activity (600 words max) that includes, at a minimum, the following: A description of your overall project, including background
        2. A brief statement about what impact this research has had on you as both a student and an artist.
        3. A justification for receiving the funding (400 words max)
        4. From Your Faculty Mentor: Justification of the quality and significance of the student’s research/creative activity (400 words max)

        When you are ready to apply, complete the Application for Undergraduate Research Scholarship for Travel

        • Complete all the required fields on the application – incomplete applications will not be considered
        • Upload all required attachments, e.g., faculty statement, acceptance letter, etc.

        Your application will be reviewed no later than two weeks following the deadlines posted above, and you will be notified of the decision by email to your students.kennesaw.edu email address. Selection is competitive; the selection committee will not consider late or incomplete applications. Approved funds will be reimbursed to the student following the trip AND upon submission of the completed Travel Expense Report form and receipts, AND the submission of the post trip survey. Cash advances are not available for student travel.

        Evaluation Criteria:

        • Quality and significance of the research/creative activity presented • Impact of student learning with respect to involvement in professional research/creative activity
        • Clarity and completeness of the description of the research/creative activity
        • Appropriateness of the travel funding justification
        • The overall quality of writing throughout the application. If you are awarded an ARCS Undergraduate Research Scholarship for Travel, you will be required to establish yourself as a vendor in the State of Georgia Vendor Registration System. This is necessary to process reimbursement for your travel expenses.
        • Download and complete the Travel Expense Report Form. (Form is located in section 9.04 toward the bottom of the page.)
        • Submit this form to Academic Resource Center for Students, 209 Wilson Bldg., within one week of returning from your trip. All eligible, original receipts must be included with the claim form.
        • Complete the Post Trip Survey online within 5 days of returning from your trip.
        • The reimbursement will be processed after these steps are complete and verified.

      Need help? Have questions?

      Contact Samuel Robinson or Christine Collins

    • The KSU Writing Center helps students in all majors improve their writing. Experienced, friendly writing assistants help with topic development, revision, research, documentation, grammar, and more. Beginning in the Spring 2016 term a writing assistant will be in the ARCS center Tuesdays from 3-6pm and Fridays 2-5pm to assist COTA students.

    • The College of the Arts is dedicated to the success of our students. To that end, we have established an Emergency Arts Retention Scholarship, funded through private donations, to provide financial assistance to students who show evidence of a one-time extreme personal hardship due to an unexpected circumstance. This Emergency Retention Scholarship must be used for educationally related expenses that support the ability of the student to remain enrolled in the semester for which they request the funds. The Emergency Arts Retention Scholarship fund is different from the emergency loan program administered through the Office of Student Financial Aid, and from the Emergency Retention Scholarship administered through the Dean of Students.

      In order to request this scholarship, students must:

      • Be currently enrolled in good standing as a major in the School of Art & Design, the Department of Dance, the School of Music, or the Department of Theatre & Performance Studies
      • Be able to demonstrate an extreme personal need due to an unexpected circumstance, crisis, or emergency
      • Have already exhausted all other possible avenues of support

      Students who find themselves in such a circumstance are welcome to contact the Assistant Dean of the College of the Arts by email. In this email, the student should be as detailed as possible about the reasons she/he is requesting assistance. Students can also request a personal appointment to discuss the circumstances, however, a written request is required before a final decision regarding funding can be made.

      Decisions will be made in consultation with, at a minimum, representatives from: the Office of the Dean of Students; the Office of Financial Aid; Counseling & Psychological Services; the C.A.R.E. Center; the chair or director of student’s academic department; and other function-specific representatives who can provide additional insight into the special needs of the student, as appropriate. In addition to monetary awards, as appropriate, other resources and services may be made available to assist students.

      Interested in Supporting this Scholarship Fund?

      The Emergency Arts Retention Scholarship is entirely funded through private donations, and we are therefore dependent upon the generosity of donors to keep this important program going. You can make a tax-exempt donation to this scholarship by donating to the College of the Arts and designating your donation to go to support Emergency Arts Retention Scholarship. Faculty and staff of Kennesaw State University can make donations through payroll deduction. 

      You can make a donation online here. After indicating the amount of your gift, select “College of the Arts” as your Gift Designation Choice, and put “Emergency Scholarship Fund” in the comments box.

  • ARCS parents

    Whether your College of the Arts student is your first child to attend college, or whether you are a seasoned parent of college students, we recognize that your role in your student’s life changes dramatically when they come to us. The information below is intended to help you understand this new role, and become an effective partner in your student’s success.

    • COMING SOON!

    • Now that you have a college student, your access to information about your student’s records will change. FERPA is a Federal law that is administered by the Family Policy Compliance Office (Office) in the U.S. Department of Education Department (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99). FERPA protects the privacy of student education records. This law applies to all schools that receive funds under any program administered by the U.S. Department of Education. This U.S. federal law gives students 18 years of age or older, or students of any age if enrolled in any postsecondary educational institution, the right of privacy regarding grades, enrollment, and even billing information, unless the school has specific permission from the student to share that specific type of information.

      For additional information about FERPA please access the link below.

      FERPA guidelines

      In short, what this means is that university employees may not discuss a student’s educational record with a parent or guardian over the phone or in person without consent of the student. As a parent, this is going to be one of the biggest changes you will face. As long as you keep in open and honest communication with your student, however, this should not be an obstacle for you in supporting their progress. Remember that your student will continue to rely upon you for advice, and in doing so, will likely share with you how they are doing in their classes. Your student can also give us permission to include you in conversations about their record by filling out the form below. Use this wisely, however, because we want your student to take responsibility for their own education as they become the wonderful adults you have prepared them to be

      FERPA Release Form

    • Coming Soon!

    • As a COTA student, you will be assigned a faculty or professional staff advisor in your major area who is familiar with the curriculum in your major. Your advisor will provide the professional mentoring you need as you prepare for a career in the arts.

    • There are some significant differences between degrees offered in the College of the Arts and many other degree programs offered at Kennesaw State. The primary difference is that our degrees are professional degree programs much like engineering, law, or medicine. Because this is the case, College of the Arts students begin taking courses in their major early in their college careers, often take more credit hours per semester, and must take courses in a specific order. All KSU students have the same general education core requirements, but COTA students may only take one or two of these per semester with the rest of their schedule consisting of courses in their major discipline. The links below provide you with more detailed information about how our degree programs are structured.

      Art & Design Academic Programs

      Dance Academic Programs

      Music Academic Programs

      Theatre & Performance Studies Academic Programs

    • Our new Arts Theme Housing is the perfect opportunity for your student to get to live and study with like-minded arts students. The Arts Theme Community is designed to nourish and inspire a diverse group of artists and scholars from all of the visual and performing arts disciplines. As a resident, you student will interact on a daily basis with students across the College of the Arts, allowing for a creative interchange of ideas, experiences, and inquiry. In addition, students will have access to programming, performances and exhibitions both on and off campus to enrich their lives as artist/scholars. The Arts Theme Community is an ideal place to make friends, spark creativity, and actively engage in an artistic lifestyle. The housing is located adjacent to the Arts District on the Kennesaw Campus.

      In order to apply for the theme housing, you must do the following:

      1. Be a declared major or minor in one of our programs (art, dance, music, or theatre & performance studies)

      2. Contact the Academic Resource Center for Students and express your interest in the theme housing

      3. If approved, your student will be added to a themed housing list and granted access to the housing block. Housing will notify your student when this happens.

      4. Once notified, your student will have access to the reserved housing block and be able to select your space on their website.

      Contact Ms. Christine Collins in the ARCS or Ms. Jenny Brown in Residence Life for more information.

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