The WCHS welcomes involvement from students across campus. The Houses maintain public hours so that all students can take advantage of the dining rooms in the House System and attend the public programming that occurs nearly every week. These programs range from language conversations over dinner to discussions hosted in the House Professor's apartment. Employment opportunities are also available for graduates and undergraduates.
Undergraduate Resident Fellows (URFs) are undergraduates who serve as pillars of the community in the house. Often juniors and seniors, these residents are committed to supporting the well-being of individuals and community in the house. An active presence on their floors and helping to facilitate a cohesive community lets the URFs have a pulse on how things are going. They partner with Graduate Resident Fellows to create a healthy community.
Online URF Application
[DUE before 11:59pm Sunday, November 8, 2020]
House Office Assistants (HOAs) are undergraduate staff that support the House Offices. The House Office is the central hub of the house. This office distributes residents' mail and packages, assists with lockouts, troubleshoots facilities, supports the house programming through advertising and social media, and assists all residents and guests of the house. Personable, engaging, organized, and responsible undergraduate students serve as Office Assistants. Interested students should apply directly to the House Office they are interested in being a part of. Staffing occurs at the beginning of each semester.
Graduate Resident Fellows (GRFs) are graduate or professional students who live in and work directly with undergraduates in the House System. The GRFs are an incredibly dynamic group of students who value the learning that occurs outside of the classroom and take on a leadership role within the house community.
The 2020-2021 GRF application deadline has passed. Check back here in winter 2020 for information about applying to be a GRF for the 2021-2022 academic year.
The GRF's role is demanding and rewarding. GRFs share on-call responsibilities for their House and are trained to support residents' well-being. Looked to as the community leader, GRFs will partner with their Assistant Dean to address student concerns and enforce community standards. As an intellectual role model and mature community member, the GRF can also expect to serve as a friend and mentor to residents.