Document Templates

So You Think You Know Your Roommate?

This event is game-show styled that is based off of the Newlywed Game. I have done this event two years in a row and it has always turned out to be a success! I hold this event in the first semester, about a month after school starts so that it gives the residents some […]

Hotel Dorm Newsletter

At my college we have a residence hall on campus and we also have dorms that are located in the hotels in the area because our residence hall is filled to capacity. Hotel living is pretty sweet…but sometimes it can get hard to build the community that exists in the residence hall. I constructed […]

By |October 6th, 2014|Categories: Newsletter Templates||1 Comment

Sample Floor Meeting Outline

Sample 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!

By |September 12th, 2014|Categories: Advice, Building Community, Document Templates||0 Comments

Survey

Interest and needs survey (MS Word) Great 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.

By |September 5th, 2014|Categories: Advice, Building Community, Communication, Document Templates|Tags: |0 Comments

Mandatory Floor Meeting Sign

“Mandatory” 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 provided.

By |August 25th, 2014|Categories: Document Templates, Sample Flyers||0 Comments

Roommate Game (Complete program with flyers)

Program Title: “The Roommate Game” or “The Newly Roommie Game”
Description:

This program is done in a game show format. It is inspired by the show “The Newlywed Game,” this program is a great way to promote positive roommate relationships and build community

 
Roommate Game Program with Questions (MS WORD)
 

Read an article on successful program planning

Assessment:

This program […]

Trick or Treat for Canned Goods

Trick or Treat for Canned Goods – (optional titles… “Trick or Treat for a Good Cause…” “Scary Charity…” Be creative!
Description:
You and your interested residents dress up for Halloween to go trick or treating for canned goods. The food items collected will be donated to the local foodbank. If you don’t have a foodbank […]

License Plate Door Decs

 

Click here to download the instructions in MS Word Doc

Visit http://www.acme.com/licensemaker
Choose the state your resident is from
Choose the style of license plate you like
Press “Make License”
Right Click on the graphic that is created and choose “copy” (continued below)

Open the included license plate template in MS Word
Click on one of the license plates in the […]

By |August 21st, 2014|Categories: Door Dec Templates, Door Decorations, Hall Decorations, Reviewed||0 Comments

Helpful Documents (Survey, Meeting Outline & Signs)

Survey: (CLICK HERE FOR SURVEY TEMPLATE IN MS WORD) Great 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.
Floor Meeting Outlines: (CLICK HERE FOR FLOOR MEETING OUTLINE IN MS WORD) This outline can help you think about […]

By |August 18th, 2014|Categories: Communication, Document Templates, Flyers, Reviewed, Sample Flyers||0 Comments

Dry Erase Door Decs

Description: Link to the Template This is usually a favorite! It is simply an MS Word template taht you need to edit, then print out on nice paper. You then tape dry erase transparencies over the top. The finished product will look something like these, depending upon the paper you choose to use (click on the […]

By |August 14th, 2014|Categories: Door Dec Templates, Door Decorations, Hall Decorations, Reviewed||0 Comments