Welcome to Roschel College House

Roschel College House is F&M's newest student residence and, perhaps, the most visible affirmation of the College's commitment to sustainability -- being the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified structure on campus. The building encompasses several distinctive spaces on its first floor, including an oversize Great Room that serves variously as a living room, library, theater, performance area, and exhibit gallery. The monthly lunch series, "What Matters?" and the First Friends Peer Mentoring Program are examples of the many opportunities the College Houses create for learning outside the classroom, bringing in a variety of speakers to illustrate the different influences -- some unexpected -- that contribute to one's personal and professional development.

You can learn more about the experience of living in the Houses in "Learning After Dark," by Dean Hammer, the first Don of Roschel College House.


About Our House

Inside Roschel College House

Learn about our traditions,  government, and apparel

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Our People

Let us introduce you to the Don and Dean of our House. Also meet our House Government and other Peer Leaders.  

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Our Events

The Roschel College House facebook page lists  all our events  

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The Pulse of Roschel College House

Story 5/9/2023

Senior Spotlight: Jacob Nelson

Jacob Nelson shares his favorite memories as a member of men's swimming and the orchestra.

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Story 5/3/2023

Senior Spotlight: Robel Tadesse

Robel Tadesse shares how his involvement in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has been a rewarding experience.

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Story 11/21/2022

Students Decode Zoom Gestures

"Gesturing is a form of communication that is so routine to us that we hardly notice it, yet it serves a huge role in daily interactions by communicating emotions and ideas that speech can't," said...

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Story 10/18/2022

Making Connections: Talking Death, Horror and Dark Tourism...

Learn more about our Connections courses and the engaging faculty who lead them. First up in the series is Death, Horror and Humanity, taught by Professor of Marketing Jeffrey Podoshen.

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