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When you're a commuter student, it's important to have a space and a community to call your own on campus. The Commuter Life Program at Ambrose fosters community and a sense of belonging among students who live off campus. The Director of Commuter Life oversees the program with the support of student Commuter Life Leaders (CLLs).
Watkins Commuter Collegium
The Watkins Commuter Collegium is a comfortable and welcoming space that functions as a home away from home for our undergraduate commuter students. It’s a place where you can work or unwind between classes while making connections with your fellow students.
If you’re an undergraduate commuter student, you’re welcome to become a member of the Watkins Commuter Collegium. Membership is $25 per semester, and you’ll also need to sign a covenant stating that you’ll act responsibly and respectfully to the collegium space and the other people who use it. Members are welcome to bring in a guest, and this guest can be a residence student.
Members of the collegium can use all of its amenities:
- Kitchen area with fridge, sink, and microwaves
- Tables and seating for studying and group work
- 3 comfortable living areas for relaxing and hanging out
Visit the collegium or contact the Director of Commuter Life or one of the Commuter Life Leaders for more information on membership.