The Third World Social Justice Co-op serves the following purposes:
The members may choose to hold programs that educate others about topics that include themes of social justice and race. However, this space does not exist for the purpose of educating other people about oppression.
Applying to be a member of Third World Social Justice housing does not guarantee acceptance into the co-op and does not guarantee a spot on co-op’s housing wait list. The application will be anonymous and confidential.
Two spaces will be reserved for for first-year and transfer students. Applications for first-year and transfer students will be reviewed in June.
Members of Third World Social Justice housing do not have to reapply each academic year in order to continue being in the housing co-op if they lived there during the previous semester. Membership expires after a member does not live in Third World Social Justice housing for a semester, and they must reapply to become a member if they wish to live in Third World Social Justice housing again.
Summer Office Hours:
By appointment only12-4pm, Tue-ThursWilder Hall Room 406