Commuter and Transfer Student Life
Collegia Program
  • The three-time national award winning Collegia spaces offer home-like environments in which commuter and transfer students can renew themselves between classes, meet with classmates and faculty in a relaxed setting, have conversations with friends, enjoy a snack or join in a special activity. The warm and attractive Collegia environments include small kitchens, comfortable sofas and reading lamps, study tables, computers, printers, newspapers, books, and access to snacks from an honor bar.

    Each Collegium is continuously staffed by undergraduate and graduate students who provide a welcoming presence to students and serve as a resource for them. Occasional special events such as barbecues, pancake breakfasts, career counseling nights, and wellness demonstrations bring the community together and help establish relationships. The focus, however, is less on "doing" and more on "being," allowing the community to develop organically at a pace and depth that is authentic and meaningful for students.

    Interested in being a Collegium leader?

    The Collegia Program is now hiring undergraduate and graduate students for the 2014-15 academic year.  The job description and application process can be found on the Redhawk Network .  Search for Job # 41241.

    Collegia Communities

    Pick the collegium that is right for you and come to the space to enroll with a staff member. Commuter Students may enroll in only one collegium. Enrollment is free and begins the first day of the quarter.

     Collegia Program Community Commitments  

    Redhawk Commitment

    Collegia Communities Overview

    • Lynn Collegium - Welcomes freshmen and sophomore students from all academic programs.
    • Chardin Collegium - Welcomes juniors and seniors from all academic programs.
    • Reidy Collegium - Welcomes juniors and seniors with an academic focus in Engineering, Science and Nursing.
    • Tekakwitha Transfer SUccess Collegium - Welcomes junior and senior transfer students from all academic programs.
    • McGoldrick Collegium - Welcomes graduate students, military veterans, and non-traditional undergraduates (25 years and older) from all academic programs.