What is the Home Flight Scholars Program (HSFP) Residential Community?
The HFSP Residential Community is for Native American students that would like to build their network and community with students who have similar educational and social backgrounds. Residents in this community can choose to share a room with a student who is in the NAIS ARC or another Home Flight scholar. Students also receive advising tailored to their academic, cultural, and social needs from our Native American advisor and retention specialist.
HFSP will live on the same floor as the NAIS ARC in Kalapuya Ilihi, which is adjacent to the Many Nations Longhouse. At the longhouse daily study sessions, meals, food pantry, and community activities are available. The Native American Student Union, Indigenous Women’s Wellness Group, Native American Law Student Association, and other like-minded social communities meet in the longhouse.
What are the community expectations?
- Attend one community program per term.
- There is no coursework required for the Home Flight community.
Home Flight community students are also required to meet regularly with the Native/Indigenous retention specialist and/or the Many Nations Longhouse steward.
Residence Hall: Kalapuya Ilihi (tentative, fall 2024). Students living in this community will select roommates who are also in the community.
Please note that communities can be moved to different residence halls if the size or need of the community changes.
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Who is eligible and how do I apply?
The Home Flight Scholars Residential Community is limited to Home Flight Scholars only. For more information about the Home Flight Scholars Program, visit their web page. Please note, Home Flight Scholars are not required to live in the residential community. They may choose to apply to other communities or live elsewhere on campus.
- Register for University Housing and select the community you prefer in the "Community Preference" section.
- Answer the community questions on your housing registration.
Completed community applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until May 1. Wait lists for communities will close May 15.