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The [[Greek Row Houses]] are provided by the university as an invitation to Greek society groups. The intention is that they are given one of the on-campus houses as their headquarters for no more than five years, encouraging them to grow to a size where they can establish their own fraternity housing nearby. This has worked well, attracting fraternities to the university so shortly after its founding.
 
The [[Greek Row Houses]] are provided by the university as an invitation to Greek society groups. The intention is that they are given one of the on-campus houses as their headquarters for no more than five years, encouraging them to grow to a size where they can establish their own fraternity housing nearby. This has worked well, attracting fraternities to the university so shortly after its founding.
* '''Alpha Tau Omega (Fraternity):''' x
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* '''Alpha Tau Omega (Fraternity):''' Fraternity with a lot of athletes and engineers.
* '''Alpha Phi Omega (Service Cofraternity):''' x
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* '''Alpha Phi Omega (Service Cofraternity):''' Coed frat known for big social justice concerns.
* '''Delta Omicron Sigma (Veterans' Cofraternity):''' x
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* '''Delta Omicron Sigma (Veterans' Cofraternity):''' Coed frat made up of military veterans.
* '''Phi Sigma Nu (Native American Cofraternity):''' x
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* '''Phi Sigma Nu (Native American Cofraternity):''' Coed frat made up of Native American students.
* '''Pi Kappa Alpha (Fraternity):''' x
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* '''Pi Kappa Alpha (Fraternity):''' Fraternity known for its heavy partying.
* '''Theta Phi Alpha (Sorority):''' x
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* '''Theta Phi Alpha (Sorority):''' Only sorority on campus. Fairly diverse, with a strong social emphasis.
  
 
===Dormitory Quads===
 
===Dormitory Quads===

Revision as of 19:15, 19 June 2014

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Enrollment (2012): 6500 (2500 full time)
Characters
AdministrationFacultyStudentsFraternity Members
Places
Athletic CenterATO Fraternity House • Library • Queer Resource Center
Other Info
Floorplans: DormitoriesGreek Row Houses
Mechanics: Status (University of Astoria) • Status (ATO)

Main Campus

Administrative

  • Clatsop Hall: x
  • Student Center: x
  • Library: x
  • Athletics Center: x

Classrooms

  • Alter Hall: x
  • Art Center: x
  • Columbia Hall: x
  • Patriot Hall: x
  • Towler Hall: x
  • Hartnett Hall: x
  • Richmond Science Center: x
  • Innis Hall: x
  • Kant Hall: x
  • Delphis Hall: x

Greek Row

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The Greek Row Houses are provided by the university as an invitation to Greek society groups. The intention is that they are given one of the on-campus houses as their headquarters for no more than five years, encouraging them to grow to a size where they can establish their own fraternity housing nearby. This has worked well, attracting fraternities to the university so shortly after its founding.

  • Alpha Tau Omega (Fraternity): Fraternity with a lot of athletes and engineers.
  • Alpha Phi Omega (Service Cofraternity): Coed frat known for big social justice concerns.
  • Delta Omicron Sigma (Veterans' Cofraternity): Coed frat made up of military veterans.
  • Phi Sigma Nu (Native American Cofraternity): Coed frat made up of Native American students.
  • Pi Kappa Alpha (Fraternity): Fraternity known for its heavy partying.
  • Theta Phi Alpha (Sorority): Only sorority on campus. Fairly diverse, with a strong social emphasis.

Dormitory Quads

The UofA Dorms are all built along the same lines, arranged around a central quad that serves as a place for recreation and relaxation, a central social hub for many of the students. Many of these quads also have small street-food cart vendors set up there from midday to just before dark, providing quick and easy food outside of the Student Center's food court.

  • Kayman Hall: x
  • Redhawk Hall: x
  • Garza Hall: x
  • Bendall Hall: x
  • Sanders Hall: x
  • Reyes Hall: x
  • Under Construction: x

Sports Programs

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  • Basketball: x
  • Baseball: x
  • Cross Country: The cross-country team meets year-round, with three meets a year. Athletes outside of their usual training or competition seasons are usually encouraged to join the cross country team as a way of staying in shape.
  • Rugby: The Bandits have a rugby team. Full practice begins in February, and matches start in April.
  • Swim: x
  • Wrestling: The Bandits also have a double-handful of wrestlers, spread about evenly though the weight class. The season runs from October to March.

University Schedule

Fall Term 2012

  • Move-in for First-year and Transfer Students: Mon, Sep 17
  • New Student Orientation: Wed, Sep 19 - Fri, Sep 21
  • Opening Exercises & Freshman Convocation: Sat, Sep 22 - Sun, Sep 23
  • First Day of Classes: Mon, Sep 24
  • Midterms: Mon, Oct 22 - Fri, Oct 26
  • Homecoming & Family Weekend: Sat, Oct 27 - Sun, Oct 28
  • Thanksgiving Break: Thurs, Nov 22 - Fri, Nov 23
  • Fall Term Classes End: Fri, Nov 30
  • Finals: Mon, Dec 3 - Fri, Dec 7
  • Graduation: Sat, Dec 8

Winter Break 2012 - 2013

  • Sat, Dec 8 - Sun, Jan 6