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House Fellows Program

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The House Fellows Program invites faculty or staff members to associate with a particular house so they can help student residents and can get to know them better. The goals are to enhance house life, intellectually and socially, and to broaden the understanding of how the college functions as a residential educational institution.

House fellows associate with a house in a variety of ways, such as sharing a meal (usually Thursday dinner). As they become more familiar with the students in their house, fellows will come up with their own ways to be involved.

Involvement

House fellows decide with residents how much and in what ways they will contribute to house life. Some house fellows have the time and inclination to be involved with critical life issues in the house; others are comfortable with light social interactions. Whatever the involvement, it is important that house fellows and house residents stay in touch.

Each house's vice president or an appointed house fellow liaison stays in touch with the house fellows.

House Fellows Guide for Faculty & Staff (PDF)

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To learn more about the House Fellows Program, contact Dean of Students Julie Ohotnicky at johotnic@smith.edu or (413) 585-4940.