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Philosophy and Purpose of Residential Life:

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As a vital part of a liberal arts education, the Concordia University Texas Office of Residence Life exists to challenge and support the personal wellness and the educational wholeness of students by inspiring diverse understandings of the world, encouraging critical thinking, and promoting meaningfully engaging living. Our goal is that students become civically-minded, life-long learners, and committed community members. 

Values:

We value diversity, kindness, creativity, and growth. We encourage students to become active members of their communities. The things we do affect others, therefore participation with and commitment to neighbors is essential. We want our community to succeed academically, spiritually, physically, and emotionally. Therefore we have well-trained staff and have intentional guidelines, policies, and procedures to help you make the most of your residence hall experiences.   

The Residential Community:

Living on campus enables students to have all the campus resources at your fingertips. The library, your professor's office, and sporting events are a short walk away.  In addition, living on campus provides you the opportunity to get deeply involved in various clubs, sports, and organizations without battling traffic! It is a great place to meet new people and form lasting friendships. The Office of Residential Life is dedicated to providing students with a safe, educational, supportive, place to call home. 

Tour of the Residential Community:

If you have questions regarding Residential Life and/or Housing please contact 512.313.4305 or residentiallife@concordia.edu.

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