Applying for Rodin Priority Points, January 2017:
- THIS APPLICATION IS CLOSED.
- The application was open from 9am on Wednesday, January 18 until 5pm on Monday, January 23. Check back for open application on Wednesday, January 18.
- The point review process is closed.
For a single room, the student must be a current Rodin resident.
For a double room, at least one student must be a current Rodin resident.
For a triple room, at least two students must be current Rodin residents.
For a quad room, at least two students must be current Rodin residents.
Priority Point System for Current Rodin Residents
For those residents interested in returning to Rodin House, there is a point system in place that allows students to earn advanced and/or priority status for selecting their room for the following year based on engagement. The maximum amount of points that a resident can earn is 40. Point information is available on the application.
Here’s the point system for Rodin (similar to other high rises on campus):
- Points for length of time in House (by semester). Residents earn points for each consecutive semester living in the House. Residents who study abroad maintain their “residency” during the semester abroad.
- Points for Active Participation in Governance Structures and House Organizations. Residents earn points for consistent engagement throughout the course of the fall semester.
- Rodin House Council (RHC)
- Rodin United
- Research Team (includes Research Fellows)
- Residential Program Steering Board or Floor Leadership Position
- Sophomore Surge Participation
- Underground Shakespeare Company
- IM Sports/College House Cup Participant
- #rodinCARES Planning Group
- Points for House Managers and/or Leadership Roles. Each manager earns points for his/her house-wide leadership of events and programs.
- Points for House Office Staff, ITA Staff, and Information Center Staff. Each employee of Rodin House earns points for his/her execution of work in both the fall and spring semester.
- House Defined Community Involvement Points. Recognizing that residents get involved in the House in many different types of ways, Rodin has created an option to “apply” for additional points. Residents will be asked to submit a “Rodin Resume” listing the various ways they’ve engaged in the House community (examples include but are not limited to attending floor and House events, planning and/or initiating programs, forming Rodin-only study groups, playing on an intramural sports team, etc.) Residents do not need to list and/or account for every single activity in the House. Points will be based on the quality of an interaction not the quantity (level of leadership, initiative, etc.). Outstanding contributions to the House will be weighed in the points allocation.