Active Citizen

Becker active citizen (n.): a generally awesome returning Becker resident who adds to the community through informal engagement and as a fun neighbor.  

Active Citizens (ACs) make great things happen around them and are committed to making Becker an awesome place to live. They add to the house in a wide variety of activities, ranging from spontaneous board game nights to organizing programs through the House Council. They are likely the person who will say "hi" every time you pass them and end up grabbing people for dinner in Becker's dining room. They are all returning to Becker so they are a great resource of information, including where to find the laundry room and how to sign out cupcake pans when your friend has a birthday. Each active citizen has their own style for how they make Becker awesome, so keep an eye out for them!

A competitive application process is run late in the fall semester to select the next cohort of roughly a dozen ACs. We are looking for a group of students that genuinely care about Becker and who will be able to live in the House for the entire upcoming academic year. The ACs select first in the continued occupancy lottery open to Becker residents early in the spring semester. ACs serve three semesters and are welcome to reapply. Information sessions will be held during the fall semester and you should talk to the current ACs about what they do if you think you might be interested in applying.