Residence Life

Residence Life is the terminology used to describe the comprehensive program that surrounds the experience of living "on-campus" in a residence hall at a college or university in Canada and the United States. Residence Life is usually structured with planned events (called "programming"), a code of conduct and/or ethics, and a relatively large array of staff.

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