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									    Programming
   Why do we program?
Because we are looking to build
community. We use it as a tool
  to bring people together to
 interact in meaningful ways.
Program Requirements
 Residence Life student staff must
  complete a minimum of six programs
  each semester
• Programs must be linked to the Guiding
  Principles: Academic Support, Personal
  Growth, Healthy Lifestyles, and Social
  Responsibility.
 One of the two programs for Social
  Responsibility for the academic year must
  focus on diversity.
  Program Requirements
• All student staff must contribute to one
 traditional program in their area. This program
 may count towards the six-program minimum.
   A traditional program is usually executed as
    a staff and is repeated each year. Some
    examples of traditional programs are;
    MASA’s Halloween carnival, RHA’s ResLife
    week, Peer Mentor’s shindig, and South’s
    speak easy.
 Program Requirements
• All student staff must plan and implement a
 recurring program for their specific community.
 This program may count towards the six-program
 minimum at Pro-Staff’s discretion.
   A recurring program is one that is repeated
    multiple times in a semester. Some examples
    of a recurring program are; sundaes on
    Sundays, workout Wednesdays, monthly study
    nights, etc.
 Program Requirements
A program approval form must be
 submitted to your ProStaff through
 email one week before any program.
A program report must be written for
 each program within 48 hours of the
 program.
               Grading Criteria
     Programs will be scored on a scale of 3-0, 3 being the highest.
           A program designed to get a three will strive to
                     meet the following criteria:

• Incorporate and address the Residence Life Guiding Principles.
• Be thoroughly thought-out, well planned, and creatively
    advertised.
•   Have resident involvement throughout the entire program.
•   Meet community needs through on-going needs assessment.
•   Be intentional and purposeful in identifying and meeting learning
    outcomes.
•   Have adequate attendance from residents.
•   Positively impact the community and residents.
          Grading Criteria
    Programs will lose points for things such as:
 Poor advertising
 Little resident involvement/poor attendance
 Not being adequately planned
 Not being tied to resident needs
 Not fully incorporating a guiding principle
          Grading Criteria
  A program may receive a zero for any or all of the
                 following reasons:
 No resident involvement
 No meaningful impact on community or
  residents
 Not approved by ProStaff
 No advertising
 Not incorporating guiding principles
Returner Programming

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   Returners to
    Volunteer
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                        Planning

   Brainstorming session –develop program topic and title
   Develop a general timeline and order of events
   Evaluate budget, get sponsors, bid to RHA
   Program approval
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                 Coordinating
   Schedule location and reserve equipment
   Create teaser advertisement
   Recruit residents
   Advertise; Facebook event, door fliers
   Incentives for attending program- Poker chips
   Team up with other resources, dining, AG
   Assign people shifts including set up and take down
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                    Executing



   Show up early enough to decorate and make it look
    nice
   Be there to welcome residents
   Make sure residents are engaged
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                     Finishing

 Send thank you cards
 Evaluate your efforts
 Fill out program report
 Turn in receipts

								
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