The project, completed for the fraternity’s 160th anniversary at Lafayette, provides a model to draw on for living-learning communities, says President Alison Byerly.
Initiative: Connected Communities Program
Lafayette’s new residential life program connects communities around shared interests and values and incorporates academic advising, career counseling, intramural competitions, and social activities.
Here are some examples of the impact of your investment.
New students have been grouped into five Commons that will build a strong sense of community, create memories, and encourage a shared experience with peers.
Visionary donors made an impressive transformation of the central campus possible.
Trustees confirm support of President Byerly’s vision.
A special new residence for students interested in global topics is named in appreciation for the support of Richard ’64 and Rissa Grossman.
Support by Walter ’57 and Christa Oechsle and Richard ’64 and Rissa Grossman and are making the advances possible.