What is special interest
Special Interest Housing
During the academic year there will be two special interest housing programs - The
International House and the Honors House. The Mentor RA in charge of Special Living
Environments will oversee the groups, meet monthly with a contact person from each
house, conduct safety and security inspections of the residences, and make sure
that the groups continue to be connected with the R-MC community in terms of information
regarding events, school breaks protocol, general student body information, etc..
To get information on the Special Interest Housing Selection Process and to see
how you can get involved click here.
International House (Knight House)
The International House provides housing to new and returning international students,
as well as American students that apply to live in the house. Since the house accommodates
a wide range of nationalities, students will learn to live in a unique, diverse
atmosphere. Through monthly programming, the international house will promote cultural
diversity and understanding among all students on campus. The house has 6 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms and common areas. Each student bedroom comes with beds, desks, chairs,
and dressers. Common areas open to all students include the living room, dining
area, and kitchen.
The Honors House serves as an informal gathering place for participants in the Honors
Program, and as a residence for several students, including officers of the Student
Honors Association. It also is often a location for more formal Honors activities.
The house has 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and common areas. Each student bedroom comes
with beds, desks, chairs, and dressers. Common areas open to all Honors students
include the living room and kitchen, and a study room with computers.
the Residence Hall Listing
Special Interest House Manager Important Forms: