The College of Arts and Sciences Residential College is comprised of three learning communities which are housed in Wright Hall. It is a community that seeks to broaden the learning experience at KSU beyond the traditional classroom, lab, or studio setting. Itâ€™s a place where you get to know faculty, academic advisors and benefit from unique learning and leadership opportunities.
The CASRC is open to freshmen and upper- class students majoring in such areas as Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics, Anthropology, Geology, Computer Science, Psychology, Sociology, Geography, Criminology and Justice Studies, Political Science, Applied Conflict Management, History, Philosophy, Pan African Studies, English, Classics, Modern and Classical Languages and Paralegal Studies.
Wright Hall is connected to Rosie's Diner, open 24 hours and is close to other eateries such as Eastway Market & Deli. Wright Hall also has a computer lab, RESNET (the computer center for tech support), and tutoring service. An Academic Advisor & staff member has daily office hours and the area desk is open 24 hours a day.
The CASRC provides a sense of community and is more than just a place to live. It is a smaller community within the larger university, where you can create a special undergraduate experience. CAS Residential College provides a close-knit community for U.S. and international students looking for diverse cultures, languages and amazing college experiences. You will be able to interact with students who share interests similar to yours and who have ambitions to become professionals in their areas of study.
Visit the learning community pages for more information. (See options above.)