The purpose of this house is to raise awareness of Asian Studies through various on campus events and to create an environment for students to practice the languages and be surrounded by others who share the same interest.
Home to 7 students, the house has a full kitchen, living room and dining room. Laundry facilities can be accessed in 283 Pulteney (Stucco House). Each room is equipped with full telephone, cable and Internet access.
Residents must express an interest in either the languages or cultural studies of Asia and be in good academic standing (min. 3.0 GPA). Residents are required to particpate in all house events and must possess tolerance for people of different racial backgrounds.
Meal Option: Co-op
Room Types: 5 Singles, 1 Double
Window Treatment: Pull-down Shades (white)
Bed style: Standard twin. Students over 6'3" may request extra long beds.
Coming Soon! Please check back for an updated list of events for Spring 2010.
The Asian Student Union, International Student Association and Anime Central are student-run organizations that may be of interest to students studying Asian Studies.
For more information about these organizations or to learn about starting your own Asian-themed club, contact Cully Semans (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Office of Student Activities.