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International Program

Residential Life Handbook

 

International student at his desk in a dormatory at John Bapst.By opening our Residential Program to students from many diverse countries and backgrounds, we understand that there will be many adjustments for students in both their academic and residential lives.  It is our goal to help students make these adjustments and develop the skills it takes to meet new challenges. 

No principle or value carries more weight in how the school expects students to conduct themselves in the residence halls than the word Respect, which is at the core of the John Bapst Mission Statement:  “…fostering in students a respect for learning, for themselves, and for others.”  A residence hall is a living community that evolves under the influence of the people who live there and by the atmosphere they create.  Students have an important role in setting the character of the residence hall, and houseparents look to students for help in establishing and following guidelines for daily life.  At the same time, the school sets forth clear, specific expectations and regulations that govern life in the residence halls.

For complete information about our rules and philosophies of residential life, please download and review the John Bapst Student Handbook.

 
 

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