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Residence Life Youll find a large and vital residential community here at Rensselaer. Approximately 60 percent of undergraduates live in campus housing in options that range from traditional double and triple rooms in residence halls to apartments. First- and second- year students are required to live on campus. Junior senior and graduate students may choose to live on or off campus. Most first-year students live in freshmen-only residence halls. Students may also choose to live in one of several themed communities including Design and Arts Housing DArts which typically appeals to students in Architecture E-Arts EMAC GSAS or DIS programs Leadership House which offers programs and workshops throughout the year on issues like decision making motivation and team building Wellness House in which students learn about and practice holistic methods to improve the health of their minds and bodies and Earth Energy and Environmentthe Vasudha Living and Learning Community which offers the opportunity to join a cohort of like-minded students who take several courses during the first year around issues of the Earth our energy resources and the natural environment. DESIGN AND ARTS HOUSING LEADERSHIP HOUSE WELLNESS HOUSE VASUDHAEARTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT GREEK FRATERNITY AND SORORITY 29ACTIVE FRATERNITIES 5ACTIVE SORORITIES 30of students are members of fraternities and sororities student life 50