- Live in Turlington Hall. Residents are required to uphold the Student Code of Conduct, University Housing Community Standards, and remain in good academic standing.
- During the fall and spring semesters of your first year in the Arts Village complete AVS100 – The Arts Forum. The Arts Forum is a one-credit hour experiential course requiring attendance at three mandatory sessions and attendance at nine elective arts events both on and off campus. The visual and performing arts programs of Arts NC State — NC State Live, the Crafts Center, the Dance Program, the Gregg Museum of Art and Design, the Music Department and University Theatre—provide the foundation of this course through performances, workshops, and exhibitions.
- During the fall of your second year (if you choose to stay), complete AVS 100, which will include several arts-based tracks to choose from (crafts, dance, theatre, music, etc.),
- During the spring semester of your second year, take AVS 100 or complete your personalized Arts experience. This could include taking a 1-3 credit hour arts-focused class, involvement in an Arts NC State group or activity or an independent Arts Village project.
- Attend four residence hall sponsored programs each semester you reside in the Arts Village. A residence hall sponsored program is an activity developed and/or sponsored by a Resident Advisor (RA), Arts Village Mentor or Hall Council. Programs range from social events to opportunities to learn about campus resources and personal or professional development.
- Have and maintain good academic standing with the university (2.0 GPA).
- Roommate must be a member of the village.
Arts Forum Class Information
Download the Arts Forum (AVS 100) requirements and syllabus » AVS100Fall2016Syllabus (PDF)