Things To Do

Social Activities

Living with many other college students is a unique experience that we strive to make more enjoyable by providing several different types of social interaction opportunities. We offer a variety of activities from intramural teams, road trips, and movie nights to dances, game nights, video game tournaments, and the list goes on and on. Our staff strives to make living on campus a fun and exciting experience by offering many different types of social programs for students.

Examples of Social Programs:

  • Casino Night (Large social night event offering over $2,000 worth of prizes at no cost to students)
  • Block Party (Traditionally over 1,300 students attend for dancing, free pizza and soft drinks and a chance to meet the new students to campus)
  • Lincoln Haunted Basement (One of the scariest haunted houses in the City of Reno held around every Halloween)
  • Price is Right (It just wouldn't be college if we didn't have our own version where student could win lots of prizes)
  • Pizza, Pop, and Politics (Can you think of a better way to watch the election debates and results than having a group of your closest friends to argue with)
  • Hall Council meetings (This is the best way to get involved and help plan your hall wide activities and is way to meet the other students in your residence hall)
  • Residence Hall Association meetings (RHA) This group helps plan the campus wide events like Casino Night and Block Party and is a great way to meet other students from all the residence halls on campus)

Educational Activities

Our staff strives to make living on campus a memorable experience by providing exciting and diverse educational information and activities for students. The information and experiences we provide vary from bulletin boards to interactive presentations. We offer a variety of programs from traditional programs based on past success as well as brand new programs based on current issues and student need.

Examples of Programs:

  • The Tunnel (An experiential program based on current issues of oppression and discrimination)
  • Tutoring for Math and Science Classes
  • Fire Safety
  • Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention
  • Personal and Property Safety
  • Sexual Assault Prevention
  • Test Your Gaydar (Program on stereotypes and the effects)
  • Diversity Issues Bulleting Boards (Passive information exploring many different issues related to human diversity)
  • Monthly Community Meeting (Information meeting about campus activities, academic success, and current community issues)
  • Safe Trick-or-Treat (A community service event put on for the local elementary school students by residence hall students to provide a safe and fun environment to trick-or-treat)

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