Residence Life

Division of Student Services

Residence Life Learning Outcomes:


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Academic Excellence: Active engagement in the curriculum both inside and outside of the classroom.

As a result of living in a Residence Life community:

  • students will experience opportunities to make meaningful connections between their academic and extracurricular pursuits.

  • students will know how to access academic support resources that contribute to their academic success.

Community: Accountability to and participation in a diverse communal living environment that fosters interdependence, positive and meaningful relationships, and a sense of belonging at Reed.

As a result of living in a Residence Life community:

  • students will recognize their role in the development and maintenance of an honorable community

  • students will develop meaningful relationships that contribute to their sense of belonging at Reed.

Personal Development: Positive development of key life skills gained through formative experiences.

As a result of living in a Residence Life community:

  • students will be able to identify specific life skills that they have developed or strengthened, which will contribute to their success at Reed and beyond.

Respect: Interactions guided by civility, integrity, inclusivity, open dialogue, and the resolution of differences through restorative practices.

As a result of living in a Residence Life community:

  • students will be able to use restorative and honorable communication to manage conflicts.

  • students will participate in meaningful dialogue across differences of identity, background, or beliefs.

Wellness: Holistic care for an individual’s well-being, including a strong support network and access to campus resources.

As a result of living in a Residence Life community:

  • students will know how to access resources that contribute to their holistic well-being (ie, psychological, emotional, physical).

  • students will be able to explain their definition of self-care and identify specific strategies for maintaining personal balance.





Contact Res Life

res.life@reed.edu
Phone: 503/777-7536
Fax: 503/517-7691
Office: 28 West,
5436 SE 28th Ave.

Amy Schuckman

Assistant Dean
503/517-7834

Clea Taylor

Director of Housing
503/517-7429

Hours

Monday–Friday
8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.;
closed noon–1 p.m.

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