Bennion Service House
Bennion Service House residents work together to foster community and lifelong civic engagement among students living in the residence halls through action, dialogue, education, and outreach. The Service House residents promote an environment of support, respect, friendship, diversity, and learning within the Service House and the greater community. —Written by the Residents of the Service House in its 1st year, February 2005
Service House Resident Activities
The Service House Dialogues are the heart of programming for this living learning community, providing unique opportunities for residents and student attendees to examine their civic engagement and gain a deeper understanding of community issues, resources and opportunities for involvement.
Residents are involved in planning each Service House Dialogue, which includes selecting and researching dialogue topics, collaborating with community guest speakers, outreach and general event planning. Participation is required for all residents. Residents plan around three dialogues a year. Please check the Bennion Center Calendar for exact dates.