“The end depends upon the beginning”
HPaW Residential College in Baridon Hall (HPaW@Baridon)
EDGE Residential College in Hughes Hall (EDGE@Hughes)
The Stars Residential College in Short/Denney Hall (The Stars@Short/Denney)
STEM Residential College in Arkansas Hall (STEM@Arkansas)
EPIC Residential College in Bear Hall. (EPIC@Bear)
Minton Commuter College in Old Main Hall (MCC@Old Main)
Each Residential College has a unique theme and character; more details can be found on the individual websites.
Resident Masters left to right: (front row) Dr. Chris Craun (History), MCC@Old Main, Dr. Tom Snyder (Economics) EPIC@Bear, (back row) Dr. Faith Yarberry (Chemistry) STEM@Arkansas, Dr. Kondwani Phwandaphwanda (Music) The Stars@Short/Denney, Mr. Brian James (English) EDGE@Hughes, & Dr. Danielle Archie (Psychology) HPaW@Baridon
Just a few of advantages of living in a Residential College
Each residential college has a faculty member—called a Resident Master—who lives in the building and serves as academic example and guide (see picture above).
You will have an opportunity to make a difference both at home and abroad through a wide offering of service-learning projects, including (but not limited to) our Bear Essentials Food Pantry and our Science & Society in Rwanda program.
Are you convinced you want a spot in a Residential College? Any incoming freshman or transfer student can apply for admission. Are you still thinking about it? Take a look at what these UCA graduates who lived their first year in a Residential College have to say at http://uca.edu/residential/resident-college-success-stories/.