Posted by Natalia Varela Donado on
Thursday, October 21, 2010
By Natalia Varela Donado. email@example.com
Our University has distinguished itself for doing a great job at building community. ne of its ongoing commitments with faculty, students and staff is to continuously foster the appropriate settings to facilitate that. It is seen among its numerous spaces all over campus where people can come together, to share a meal, study, of just build on relationships.
One of its highly acclaimed programs, both internally and externally and conducted by the Direction of Transfer and Commuter Students Services, is the . This program, which has been continuously growing since it first began a little over years ago, facilitates the lives of hundreds of students who commute to school on a daily basis. It features five different spaces assigned to students across all academic programs, in a warm home-like environment where they can relax, study, sleep, eat, or just hang out while they are not in class. These are also the places where several friends have first met and life-long relationships have been formed.
The McGoldrick Collegium, located in the Hunthausen Building, welcomes us Graduate students. If you have not yet been there, I encourage you to visit, and become a membert is free and you will get to enjoy the space for the entire year. So if you’re still walking around campus before classes begin, trying to find a place to get ready, relax and meet interesting people, come to the McGoldrick, a welcoming “home away from home”.
To find out more about the McGoldrick Collegium and the Collegia Program, please visit http://www.seattleu.edu/commuters/Inner.aspx?id=19052