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NEW Fourth Edition of “Developing a Co-Curricular Learning Model” for Student Affairs and Residence Life!

We're excited to release the fourth edition of our eBook on residential curriculum and curricular approaches, written by Dr. Paul Gordon Brown and sponsored by Roompact. The content is expanded from the third edition and now includes more visuals and worksheets. As before, it remains freely available for you to download and use. Whether you're... Continue Reading →

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Register for the 3rd Annual Roompact Users Conference (October 10, 2021; Chicago, IL)

Roompact is pleased to announce its third annual user's conference scheduled for this fall on Saturday, October 10th, 2018 between 4:00-6:00pm at the Westin O'Hare in Chicago. Our abbreviated "mini conference" this year will feature Roompact updates, a showcase session on specialized use cases of our software, and the opportunity to interact with Roompact teammates and... Continue Reading →

Roommate Agreements As A Process NOT A Document

Roommate agreements are a common process that many residence life departments deploy at the beginning of an academic year to help students transition to life with a (new) roommate. Typically a roommate agreement will be a document containing a number of questions that roommates review and complete together. They can include questions about expectations, habits,... Continue Reading →

3 Res Life Quick Tips for a New RA

As a new RA, you are tasked with many competing demands and expectations from not only your academics, but your new colleagues and supervisor. When starting your new position, keep these three quick tips in mind for a successful and balanced transition to your new role. Remember, those around you want you to succeed! 1.... Continue Reading →

ResEdChat Ep 9: Camille Bonar Reflecting on her 2021 ACUHO-I Internship Experience

In this episode of Roompact's ResEdChat, we bring back our ACUHO-I Summer 2021 Intern, Camille Bonar, to reflect on how her internship has been. We discuss working from home, differences in expectations versus reality for a position, and what you can think about before beginning an internship to set you up for success. If you're a current grad or undergrad, or a supervisor of an intern, check out what we learned from Camille's experience.

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