Residence Hall Community Partnerships

Residence hall community partnership students

Community built to last

Each residence hall has built a lasting relationship with a local organization. The partnership is facilitated by two of your fellow residents called Community Partnership Coordinators (CPCs). Students and organization members work closely together to plan activities (both one-time and weekly) and ensure that both groups needs and expectations are being met. CPCs also work with their residence hall's Community Life Council (CLC) to help coordinate other opportunities for service-learning, civic engagement, and social justice. These include participating in the ACCESS county-wide food drive each October, (re)Vision days, and the annual service auction to raise money for the hall's partner organization.

Find your residence hall below to see who your hall is partnered with and who to contact to get involved.

Explore Hall Partnerships

Boer-Bennink with Cook Library Center

Community Partnership Coordinators

Anna and Noah

Cook Library logo

This is a privately funded library of the Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities program that serves as an after school center for youth from nearby schools. We have a Cook Library Scholars Program where we serve 36 students with homework help, enriching programs, leadership activities, and family engagement. Building relationships with the children is emphasized, so come help with homework, read, play games, and make new friends.