and needs survey (MS
way to get to know your residents' interests
and needs. This is a MUST for planning programming.
It can also help you connect residents with
others who have similar interests.
(Links to content on new site) Originaly used to market a "True
Colors" personality program, this colorful
flyer is eyecatching and can be used for just
about anything. It could be a great fit for
a diversity program. The only drawback is it
will take a good bit of ink from your printer!
Word - link to new site) -
Simply edit this template in
Microsoft Word and use a table tent to advertise
your program! This is especially effective if
you have a cafeteria in your hall.
"Sun Flyer" (Link to new site) - This flyer is currently set up as a
labor day picnic flyer, but can be adapted for
MS Word File
Page Flyers (Link to new site) - This flyer
is currently set up for the "Roommate
Game". Great for stuffing mailboxes
or sliding under doors.
Flyer (Content on new site) )- This is a way to
get away from the traditional 8.5 x 11 flyer
concept. This bookmark is currently set to advertise
an open mic night.
(5 bookmarks on a 8.5 x 11 page. Just edit,
copy, and cut)
MS Word File
Floor Meeting Outline (MS Word) This
outline can help you think about how you want
to run your first floor meeting. You obviously
need to use whatever is given to you by your
supervisor, but if you still need additional
structure or ideas, this document may help!
Floor Meeting Sign (SIGN - MS Word)
Make sure your residents KNOW about your first
floor meeting. This sign encourages them to
contact you if they ABSOLUTELY can't make it,
because they will be responsible for the information
Tampering with Fire Safety Equipment (SIGN
- MS Word) "FOR EMERGENCY USE ONLY
- Tampering With Fire Safety Equipment is a
Felony" You may wish to add the consequence
of pulling a fire alarm at your institution
(usually immediate evication)
You Lock Your Door? (SIGN - MS Word)
Sign to remind students to lock their door when
they are not home or when they are sleeping.
Useful for communities which don't have automatic
door locks on doors.