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Off Campus Housing: AQ Community House

In an effort to increase options for student housing and to strengthen Aquinas College's relationship with its neighbors in the Eastown Neighborhood, the College has created the AQ Community House Program. The program combines opportunities for community leadership and service learning, while giving students real-world responsibilities in a residential environment. AQ Community House
 
About Community House
The AQ Community House is a coeducational program and will house six students the first year, with a possible addition of two more students after the first year. It is open to upper class men and women who:
  • Have a minimum GPA of 2.7
  • Are in good financial standing with the College
  • Have been a previous AQ on-campus resident for at least one year
  • Are currently enrolled full time for the full year
  • Are a traditional age student
  • Are enrolled in CL 399/Independent Project in Community Leadership
Working with a faculty advisor, the students will be responsible for the following:
  • Attending Eastown Neighborhood Association meetings
  • Developing and conducting service learning projects that will have positive impact on the neighborhood
  • Maintaining the residence, internally and externally
  • Convening regular meetings to engage and mentor students living in other rental units in the neighborhood
  • Managing financial resources required for program activities and overhead
  • Completing CL 399 course requirements
>>Find out what the inaugural group of Community House residents think of the house.
 
Application Information
Download (pdf):
>>Community House Expectations >>Community House Application
 
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Questions?
The AQ Community House is located within the Eastown Neighborhood within walking distance of the AQ campus. Interested students should contact Residence Life at (616) 632-2944 or reslife@aquinas.edu.