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Service and Theme Housing 
The Department of Residential Education and Housing offers a variety of living and learning communities for St. Norbert College students. The living learning communities for 2013-2014 academic year as follows:

Michels Service-Learning Hall (Michels Hall)

The Michels Hall Service Program is a service opportunity available to sophomores and juniors at St. Norbert College. Students apply in groups of four or eight with the intention of living together in Michels Hall and completing an academic year of service with a specific community organization that supports children and/or families in Brown County. For more information and applications for Michels Service-Learning Hall, click here.

Theme Houses

A group of students who have common educational endeavors or common co-curricular interests will have the opportunity to reside together in a theme residential environment. Further details regarding the application process can be found here. Once you and your group are ready, the application for Theme Houses can be found here. Keep in mind that each individual must fill out the last page on their own to be submitted with the application.

International Houses (Convent and Rectory)

Mission and Purpose

The international houses provide students who have common interest with international based experiences the opportunity to reside together in a living and learning residential environment.  The international houses establish a direct link between residential, academic, and co-curricular life for students within the St. Norbert community while simultaneously enhancing students’ academic, cultural, organizational, and personal interests within their living environment. Additionally, the International Houses allow students to promote cross-cultural understanding, mutual respect and friendship among students from all nations and backgrounds. For more information and the application for the International Houses, click here.



Department of Residential Education and Housing

Phone: (920) 403-3360
Fax: (920) 403-3361
E-mail: housing@snc.edu


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