Residence Life Programming
One of the most prominent goals of OHRL is to create a fun and enjoyable campus experience for residents. For this reason, OHRL hosts or promotes events each semester in addition to Music Video Bingo and Movie Nights, Open Gym and Rock N Bowl. This fall, you can also look forward to:
Healthy, Wealthy and Wise speaker series: Noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 28, in Legacy Hall with Kasim Abdur Razzaq
The Talking Series is back with Respectful Conversations. Each conversation begins at 6 PM in Legacy Hall. Please pre-register here so that we have enough food for you.
- Tuesday, Sept. 24: A Respectful Conversation about building an inclusive community
Residence Life Activities
OHRL continues its tradition of offering FREE social and educational programming to student residents and commuter students. This year there are a variety of events offered collaboratively with many campus and community partners. Light meals and/or snacks are typically a part of our free programming.
Resident Students Association
The Resident Students Association (RSA) will represent the interests and concerns of the residents of M State Campus Housing. RSA will sponsor activities, both educational and social, and can have representative positions on several committees across campus and the college.
All residential students are encouraged to be an active member of RSA through the monthly General Assembly meetings. The RSA General Assembly meets on the first Sunday of each month from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Spartan Lounge at College Manor.
Mark your calendar and bring your ideas for programming you'd like to discuss, elevate/bring awareness to issues that concern you, and discover opportunities to make residential life even better as you learn, live, work and play in campus housing.
Prevention, Safety and Wellness
Are you interested in harm reduction and/or violence prevention?
You have the opportunity to help M State create an on-campus environment that supports your learning and living goals even better.
Please consider this service opportunity that will allow you to help plan and execute prevention, safety and wellness activities.
Join the Spartans Living Well Coalition and add your voice to activities planned to promote wellness and decrease alcohol and marijuana use. The Coalition typically meets at 10 am on the 4th Tuesday of each month in Room C331 to reduce rates and changing norms about alcohol and marijuana usage on the Fergus Falls campus. Contact Kitra Nelson, project coordinator, at (218) 736-1535 or email@example.com with your questions.
Movies.Minnesota.edu is a FREE video streaming service funded through OHRL. Students can make requests to include their favorite movies by submitting them online.
This service is available to students on the SpartanWiFi network.
Students have two viewing options: