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 5/31/2003 Casa Zapata, the university's Latino/Chicano ethnic dormitory, unveiled a new student-created mural May 31 as part of its 30th anniversary celebration. The mural's theme, "family", reflects the feeling of living in the dorm, according to event organizers. The mural is located in the dorm's lounge. Credit:  Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service

University Theme Houses

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What’s Happened

All University Theme Houses (UTHs) have an application and review process. This fall, the Committee on Residential Learning (CoRL), made up of faculty, staff, and students, has reviewed applications for UTH-As.  There were 11 applications and 9 approved for next year.  The UTH-As for next year will be:

  • At Home Abroad
  • Equity, Access, and Society Theme (EAST)
  • Explore Energy
  • Humanities House
  • Outdoor House
  • Public Service and Civic Engagement
  • Structured Liberal Education (SLE)
  • The Well House

UTH-Special Interest-Co-ops are currently working with CoRL and Residential Education on their process.

Food truck event hosted by a theme house.
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What’s Next

  • The application process with CoRL for our UTH-Special Interest - Fraternities & Sororities has launched this quarter.
  • The UTH-Ethnic Theme Dorm process will also launch in winter quarter.

Learn more about University Theme House here

Resident and move-in staff at campus opening outside of Okada.