Yes, without this component it would not be a living/learning Residential Learning Community. You are exempt from this requirement if you are an Honors student living in the Honors College.
YES, you can.
NO, your floor is reserved for CAS students only.
There is no additional charge for being a member.
CASRLC applications are considered on a first come, first served basis. (See Admissions for eligibility criteria, including HS GPA requirements.) In order to participate in the CAS Residential Learning Community, you must first be admitted to Kent State University, declare interest in a major/program in the College of Arts & Sciences, and live in Wright Hall. You must then fill out the CAS Residential Learning Community application. Once accepted, your space in CASRLC is not secured until Residence Services has received your room deposit.
It is mandatory that CASRLC students reside in Wright Hall, take a common core of classes, and attend activities and programs for your specific learning community.
Yes, you have to live in Wright Hall to participate in CASRLC, with the exception of Honors students living in the Honors College.