How can I expand my understanding of global affairs? Join the Reves Hall living learning community!
Reves Hall is international living learning community is William & Mary's own "Global Village," housing international and domestic students with an interest in international affairs. Reves Hall is designed to foster an inclusive atmosphere that encourages students to pursue global scholarship, engage in intellectual debate, develop cross-cultural competence, and expand their awareness of the issues that affect our interconnected global community.
For academic year 2014-2015, the international living learning community will be located on the 3rd floor of Reves Hall.
Students commit to participating in Reves Hall programs and activities which include:
- An exclusive core academic experience for residents through participation in a 1 credit course, "The Global 21st Century", taught by renowned scholar, Dr. Stephen Hanson, Vice Provost for International Affairs. This Fall 2014 course (GBST/IR390) is required of students selected to live in Reves Hall and the course is only open to Reves Hall residents. It will meet in the Reves Room from 3:30-5:00pm on Wednesdays. Combining lectures by visiting and W&M faculty, this course will highlight some of the key international developments and movements that have influenced our current global society. The course will culminate with a 5-6 page paper.
- Spring semester trip to meet policymakers in Washington D.C.
- Reves Hall Global Lectures: A speaker series with informal discussions between students, professors, and other guest speakers on global affairs.
- Cultural and Social Events: International potluck dinners, pumpkin carving party, holiday festivities, etc.
- Activities co-sponsored with student groups
These programs are supported and overseen by the Reves Hall Program Coordinator, an undergraduate student who lives in Reves Hall and works with the Reves Center faculty advisor to coordinate programming.
- During the application period, students can also apply for the position of Reves Hall Programming Coordinator.
- As compensation for his/her programming duties, the Reves Hall Program Coordinator receives a stipend of $500 per semester and is given first choice in room selection.
2014-2015 Reves Hall Calendar
|Mon., Nov. 11, 2013||
Reves Hall application available on-line.
|Mon., November 11, 2013||Non-refundable Room Reservation Deposit accepted at the Cashier's Office, Blow Memorial Hall|
|Sat., January 25, 2014, 12-2 pm||Open House in Reves Hall|
|Wed., February 5, 2014, midnight||Deadline for submitting online applications and applications for Reves Hall Programming Coordinator.|
|February 6-17, 2014||Application review period; Interviews for Reves Hall Programming Coordinator|
|Fri., February 14, 2014, 5pm||Deadline for paying $200 non-refundable room deposit to the Cashier's Office. No late payments will be accepted and your application can not be considered unless the deposit has been paid.|
|Fri., February 18, 2014||All applicants will be notified by e-mail of acceptance or waitlist status.|
|Thurs., February 20, 2014||Deadline for students to confirm their acceptance into Reves Hall.|
|Fri., February 21, 2014||Alternates contacted from waitlist, if necessary|
|Wed., February 26, 2014, 4:30-5:30pm||Reves Hall Mixer - Opportunity to meet future hall-mates and seek out a roommate if you need one. Location: Reves Room (1st floor of the Reves Center).|
|Wed., February 26, 2014, 5:30pm||Students must go or appoint a proxy to the Reves Room to select room and sign a 2014-2015 Housing Agreement with Residence Life.|