Theme Living Communities-Lifestyles Floor
There are three theme communities offered to residents of Sutter Hall, each coordinated by housing staff and a Sacramento State faculty member with whom residents will have the opportunity to develop relationships throughout the academic year. Residents may request to live in one of these communities during the room selection process.
The Global Awareness Community brings together residents who share common interests in sustainability, current events and issues, and gaining awareness about different cultures. As members of this community, residents have a unique opportunity to become more globally aware; as such, this floor is also a great place for students interested in majors such as foreign languages, ethnic studies, business with an international emphasis, political science, sociology, speech communication, women’s studies, and those who just want to share their story with others. This community is ideal for students who want to develop a greater understanding of difference and how individuals can promote positive change in society. This community is located on the first floor even side of Sutter Hall.
Leadership and Service
The Leadership and Service Community brings together residents who share common interests and goals in developing leadership skills, having leadership experiences, and taking part in volunteer opportunities. As members of this community, residents have the unique opportunity to participate in specialized programs, workshops, retreats, and community activities revolving around service and leadership. This community is located on the second floor even side of Sutter Hall.
Wellness and Healthy Lifestyles
The Wellness and Healthy Lifestyles Community brings together residents who share common interests and goals in a healthy and active lifestyle, recreation, and a commitment to explore holistic wellness (physical, mental, emotional and physical). As members of this community, residents have the unique opportunity to participate in specialized programs, retreats, activities, and to develop relationships with faculty and staff members. This community is ideal for all students who are committed to a substance-free lifestyle and who share a common interest in learning more about developing healthy eating habits, and making healthy life choices. This community is located on the third floor even side of Sutter Hall.