You can request a club e-mail alias or webpage from your adviser. He/she must submit the request on your behalf to CUIT.
There are University Copy Centers in the International Affairs Building (401 IAB, 854-3797) and in the basement of the Journalism Building (106 Journalism, 854-3233). Village Copier, who is one of our vendors, is another option.
Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible to apply.
No, you must have guaranteed housing status.
No, you must be an undergraduate SEAS or CC student with guaranteed housing status.
You should go speak with your financial aid adviser and consult with him or her about your particular situation.
Over 1000 upper-class students living in either East Campus or Wien Hall comprise this extremely diverse community.
The Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) are faculty members who are committed to students, involvement in the residential community, and learning that occurs outside the classroom. Faculty members and the
Special Interest Communities (SICs) offer a unique residential experience by allowing sophomores, juniors, and seniors to live and explore common interests together.